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Chapter1 vocabulary

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Algebra
Algebraic Expression A combination of variables,numbers,and at least one operation
Area The number of the square units needed to cover the surface enclosed by a geometric figure
Algebra In a power,the number used as a factor
Composite Number A number greater than 1 with more than two factors
Algebraic Expression A combination of variables,numbers,and at least one operation
Area The number of the square units needed to cover the surface enclosed by a geometric figure
Base In a power,the number used as a factor
Composite Number A number greater than 1 with more than two factors
Equals Sign A symbol of equality
Defining the variable Choosing a variable to represent the input when writing a function rule
Created by: Tyler Roach