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LISD 6th EUS 1

Number Theory

base (of an power) the number used as the repeated factor in the multiplication problem
compatible numbers "numbers that are easy to add, subtract, multiply, or divide mentally"
cubed when a factor or base is multiplied by itself three times
evaluate to calculate the answer to an expression or equation
exponent "in a power, the number of times the base is used as a factor"
factor a number that divides into a whole number with no remainder
integer a whole number or its opposite
justify using numbers AND words to support your answer.
order of operations the sequence of steps used when solving problems with several different operations present
prime factorization expressing a composite number as the product of prime numbers
square(d) when a number is multiplied by itself
Created by: aprilchauvette