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A mathematical sentence that includes operations and numbers | |
a statement using letters and numbers i.e. 3x+1 | |
a sentence that is true | |
A sentence that is neither true or false | |
A sentence that is false | |
The study of the properties of relations and numbers, using four operations- Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division | |
The branch of mathematics that uses both letters and numbers to show relations between quantities | |
The number that multiplies the variable | |
The mathematical processs of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division | |
A letter or symbol thet stands for an unknown number | |
A whole number or its opposite | |
A whole number less than zero | |
Numbers the same distance from zero but on different sides of zero on the number line | |
A number on the number line | |
A whole number greater than zero | |
The distance a number on the number line is from zero | |
The answer to an addition problem | |
The arithmetic operation of combining numbers to find their sum or total | |
A number that is added to one or more numbers | |
The arithmetic operation of taking one number away from another to find the difference | |
The answer to a subtraction problem | |
The arithmetic operation of adding a number to itself many times | |
A number that is multiplied in a multiplication problem | |
The answer to a multiplication problem | |
The arithmetic operation that finds how many times a number is contained in another number | |
The number by which you are dividing | |
The answer to a division problem | |
A number that is divided | |
Part of an expression separated by an addition or subtraction sign | |
Terms that have the same variable | |
Combine like terms | |
Terms that have different variables | |
Number that tells the times another number is a factor | |
The number being multiplied, a factor | |
The product of multiplying any number by itself once or many times | |
The distance around the outside of a shape | |
A triangle with three equal sides | |