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Algebra 1 Vocabulary

Chapter 1; Lessons 1:1 to 1:4

A letter that is used to represent 1 or more numbers. Variable
The numbers represented by variables. Values
A collection of numbers, variable, and operations. Varable Expression
To find the value of an expression by replacing each variable by a number. Evaluating the Expression
Writing the units of each variable in a real life problem to help determine the units for the answer. Unit Analysis
An expression that uses words to represent a real-life situation. Verbal Model
The result of repeated multiplication. Power
The number or variable that is used as a factor in repeated multiplication. Base
The number of variable that represents the number of times the bas is used as a factor. Exponent
Symbols such as parentheses ()or brackets [] that indicate the order in which operations should be performed. Grouping Symbols
The rules established to evaluate an expression involving more than one operation. Order of Operations
Created by: iam_matthewj