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math 050

glossary and properties

questionsAnswers
periods groups of three digits in large numbers
digits whole numbers 0-9
sum result of addition problems
addends numbers being added
variable letter or symbol that represents a number
difference the result of subtraction
subtrahend number being subtracted
minuend number being subtracted from
polygon flat closed figure formed by line segments connected at their ends
perimeter distance around the outside of a polygon
product result of multiplication
area surface contained within a perimeter
dividend number being divided
divisor number dividing
quotient result of division
long division dividing long numbers
remainder leftover after division
exponent repeated multiplication aka power
base number being multiplied in powers
square root reverse process of squaring
variables quantities subject to change
constants quantities not subject to change
rational number a fraction whose numerator is an integer and denominator is a non-zero integer
commutative property of addition changing the order of addends does not affect the sum
associative property of addition changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum
commutative property of multiplication changing the order of two factors does not affect the product
associative property of multiplication changing the grouping of factors does not affect the product
distributive property of multiplication over addition the product of a number and a sum [a(b+c)] can be
periods groups of three digits in large numbers
digits whole numbers 0-9
sum result of addition problems
addends numbers being added
variable letter or symbol that represents a number
difference the result of subtraction
subtrahend number being subtracted
minuend number being subtracted from
polygon flat closed figure formed by line segments connected at their ends
perimeter distance around the outside of a polygon
product result of multiplication
area surface contained within a perimeter
dividend number being divided
divisor number dividing
quotient result of division
long division dividing long numbers
remainder leftover after division
exponent repeated multiplication aka power
base number being multiplied in powers
square root reverse process of squaring
variables quantities subject to change
constants quantities not subject to change
rational number a fraction whose numerator is an integer and denominator is a non-zero integer
commutative property of addition changing the order of addends does not affect the sum
associative property of addition changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum
commutative property of multiplication changing the order of two factors does not affect the product
associative property of multiplication changing the grouping of factors does not affect the product
distributive property of multiplication over addition the product of a number and a sum [a(b+c)] can be
periods groups of three digits in large numbers
digits whole numbers 0-9
sum result of addition problems
addends numbers being added
variable letter or symbol that represents a number
difference the result of subtraction
subtrahend number being subtracted
minuend number being subtracted from
polygon flat closed figure formed by line segments connected at their ends
perimeter distance around the outside of a polygon
product result of multiplication
area surface contained within a perimeter
dividend number being divided
divisor number dividing
quotient result of division
long division dividing long numbers
remainder leftover after division
exponent repeated multiplication aka power
base number being multiplied in powers
square root reverse process of squaring
variables quantities subject to change
constants quantities not subject to change
rational number a fraction whose numerator is an integer and denominator is a non-zero integer
commutative property of addition changing the order of addends does not affect the sum
associative property of addition changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum
commutative property of multiplication changing the order of two factors does not affect the product
associative property of multiplication changing the grouping of factors does not affect the product
distributive property of multiplication over addition the product of a number and a sum [a(b+c)] can be
periods groups of three digits in large numbers
digits whole numbers 0-9
sum result of addition problems
addends numbers being added
variable letter or symbol that represents a number
difference the result of subtraction
subtrahend number being subtracted
minuend number being subtracted from
polygon flat closed figure formed by line segments connected at their ends
perimeter distance around the outside of a polygon
product result of multiplication
area surface contained within a perimeter
dividend number being divided
divisor number dividing
quotient result of division
long division dividing long numbers
remainder leftover after division
exponent repeated multiplication aka power
base number being multiplied in powers
square root reverse process of squaring
variables quantities subject to change
constants quantities not subject to change
rational number a fraction whose numerator is an integer and denominator is a non-zero integer
commutative property of addition changing the order of addends does not affect the sum
associative property of addition changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum
commutative property of multiplication changing the order of two factors does not affect the product
associative property of multiplication changing the grouping of factors does not affect the product
distributive property of multiplication over addition the product of a number and a sum [a(b+c)] can be
periods groups of three digits in large numbers
digits whole numbers 0-9
sum result of addition problems
addends numbers being added
variable letter or symbol that represents a number
difference the result of subtraction
subtrahend number being subtracted
minuend number being subtracted from
polygon flat closed figure formed by line segments connected at their ends
perimeter distance around the outside of a polygon
product result of multiplication
area surface contained within a perimeter
dividend number being divided
divisor number dividing
quotient result of division
long division dividing long numbers
remainder leftover after division
exponent repeated multiplication aka power
base number being multiplied in powers
square root reverse process of squaring
variables quantities subject to change
constants quantities not subject to change
rational number a fraction whose numerator is an integer and denominator is a non-zero integer
commutative property of addition changing the order of addends does not affect the sum
associative property of addition changing the grouping of addends does not affect the sum
commutative property of multiplication changing the order of two factors does not affect the product
associative property of multiplication changing the grouping of factors does not affect the product
distributive property of multiplication over addition the product of a number and a sum [a(b+c)] can be
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