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unit 8 vocab


exponet the number in a power that tells how many times the base is used
base repeated factor
square root the square root of a number is a number that when multiplied by itself equals the number
prime factorization a whole number written as the product of prime factors
order of operation a set of rules that states the order in which operation
equation a statement that two expressions are equal
variable a letter or symbol that represents a number
inverse operation opposite or reverse that undo each other
expresion a combination of one or more numbers, variables, or numbers and variables with one or more operation
evaluate to substitute a value for a letter and then calculate to simplify the expression
inequality a statement that two expression are not equal
input the number that goes into a function table
output the number that comes out of a function table
function a consistent relationship bweteen two sets of numbers each number in one of the sets is paired with exacaly one number in the other set a function can be shown on a chart or as a set of order pairs.
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