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# Math Exam

Question | Answer |
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Fundamental Therom of Arithmetic | Any number that can be split into equal groups |

Relatively Prime | A number that is partly prime |

Expotential Notation of a Number | A number that you split up useing words |

Factor | A number that other numbers go into |

Multipule | A number that goes into other numbers |

Numerator | The top number in a fraction |

Denominator | The bottom number in a fraction |

Mixed Number | A regular number mixed with a fraction |

Improper Fraction | A fraction that has a bigger number on the top and a smaller number on the bottom of the fraction |

Variable | A letter in the equation |

Coefficent | The number in the equation |

Distributive Property | States that the product of a number and a sum is equal to the sum of individual products of the addends and the number |

Variable Expression | A combanation of numbers, operations, and variables |

Verbal Expression | A math question |

Constant | An expression or equation has a fixed value and does not contain Variables |

Prime | a number that has 2 factors one and its self |

Composite | a number that has more than two factors |

GCF | The largest factor to get |

LCM | The smallest factor to get |

Communitave Property of Addition | The order does not matter |

Comunitave property of Multiplication | The order does not matter |

Associtave Property of Addition | groupings does not matter it is the same sum |

Associtave Property of Multiplication | groupings does not matter it is the same product |

Additve Identity | You add the number to zero so that the original number does not change |

Multiplicitave Identity | You multiply the number to one so that the original number dos not chance |

Additive Inverse | The opposite of a number |

Multiplicative Property of Zero | The two sides of an equasion remain equal if they are multiplyed by the same number |

Like Terms | Terms that can be combined |

Integers | Positive and Negative |

Whole Numbers | Numbers that do not have any fractions in them |

Counting Numbers | Numbers that you started counting with 1,2,3,4,5 |

Rational Numbers | Any number that can be made by dividing one interger by another |

Absolute value | Te distance of a number from zero |

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