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Chp 1 Vocabulary

Course 1 CP

Base The factor multiplied by itself to evaluate an exponent.
Exponent The number of times the base is multiplied. The tiny number written with the base.
Squared A number that has an exponent of 2. Second power.
Cubed A number with an exponent of 3. Third power.
Equation A math sentence with an equals sign.
Evaluate Find the value or solve.
Solution The value of the variable.
Factor The number being multiplied.
Function Rule Describes the input and output relationship.
Prime Factorization The prime numbers or factors that represent a composite number.
Variable A letter used in a math expression that can represent more than one number.
Order of Operations Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply or Divide, Add or Subtract
Prime Number A number with exactly 2 factors. Example: 7 = 7x1; this is the only way to make 7 using whole numbers and multiplication.
Composite Numbers A number with more than 2 factors. Example: 25 = 5x5 and 25 = 25x1. 25 is composite because it has 3 factors, 5, 25 and 1.
Created by: jconger