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# 5th Math BAV

### Math Vocabulary

TermDefinition
balance to compare the entries in a check register to the bank's records of the deposits and withdrawals and to fix any errors found
base a number that has an exponent
composite a number that has more than two factors
deposit money added to a bank account
distributive property the property that states multiplying one factor by the addends of another factor is equal to multiplying the two factors
fair number cube a cube that has an equal amount of each number on its faces, such as dice
greatest common factor (GCF) the largest factor that two or more numbers have in common
improper fractions fractions in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
least common denominator (LCD) a number that is the smallest multiple of two or more denominators
least common multiple (LCM) a number that is the smallest multiple of two or more numbers
mean the number found by adding two or more numbers and dividing the sum by the total number of addends; also called the average
milli- metric prefix meaning one thousandth
centi- metric prefix meaning one hundredth
kilo- metric prefix meaning one thousand
mixed number a number that includes a whole number and a proper fraction
percent the number of parts out of 100
plane a flat surface that extends in all directions without end
prime a number whose only factors are one and itself
proper fraction a fraction that has a numerator less than its denominator
range the difference between the largest number and the smallest number in a data set
ray a set of points that starts at an endpoint and continues infinitely in one direction along a straight path
straight angle an angle that is 180 degrees
thousandths one part of one whole divided into one thousand parts; the third place value after the decimal
Venn diagram a diagram that uses circles or other shapes to compare different sets and to show how the sets overlap
withdraw money subtracted from a bank account
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