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Modeling Integers

Terrell-MODELING INTEGERS: Terms from the Integers Unit (November - present)

DISTANCE A count of the number of units from one point to another. The distance from 3 to 9 is 6, because there are 6 spaces between 3 and 9.
ABSOLUTE VALUE The distance of a number from 0. Symbol: double vertical bars (|x|) |-3| = 3, because -3 is 3 spaces away from 0.
LIKE TERMS Terms that contain the same variables, with the corresponding variables having the same power. 4x and 5x are like terms; 4x and 5x^2 are unlike terms
QUOTIENT The result of dividing one real number by another real number. 6/2 = 3; 3 is the quotient
SQUARE ROOT A number that when multiplied by itself will produce the given number. The square root of 36 is 6, because 6 * 6 = 36.
PERFECT SQUARE Any number that produces a whole number for its square root. 16 is a perfect square, because the square root of 16 is 4 and 4 is a whole number.
NONNEGATIVE NUMBER Any number that is positive or equal to 0. 6, 3.47, 0, 912.85
Created by: terrellmath