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BMS 6th Math 9-13

Study cards for 6th grade math terms.

Prime Number A number that only has two factors: one (1) and itself.
Composite Number A number that has more than two factors.
Factor Pair Two numbers that multiply to equal another number.
Multiple A product of a number and any other whole number.
Product The number obtained when multiplying two numbers.
Venn Diagram Two shapes that overlap. In the overlapping section, common elements are listed. In parts that do not overlap, uncommon elements are listed.
Factor A number that will divide into a number evenly.
Quotient The solution to a division problem. The answer
Dividend The number that is being divided. The number inside of the division bracket.
Divisor The number that is doing the dividing. The number outside of the division bracket.
Remainder The number left over when a number cannot divide evenly into another number.
Created by: kcapaldi