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# Flashcard Quiz 1

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How do you change a decimal to a fraction on the calculator? Tap math, enter, enter on the calculator.
How do you change a percent to a fraction? Divide by 100 then hit math, enter, enter
How do you identify like terms? They have the same variables being raised to the same power.
How do you type a fraction in the calculator? Type the numerator / the denominator.
What are irrational numbers? Anything that cannot be written as a fraction or whole number.
What are rational numbers? Anything that can be written a fraction or whole number.
What is a perfect square? The result of multiplying a number by itself.
What is the formula for percent of increase and decrease? The amount of change time 100 divided by the original amount.
What is the rule for adding and subtracting with exponents? Must have like terms, combine the bases and keep the original exponents.
What is the rule for dividing with exponents? With the same base, subtract the exponents and simplify any coefficients.
What is the rule for multiplying with exponents? Bases must be the same, multiply the coefficients and add the exponents.
What is the rule for raising a power to a power with exponents? Keep the base and multiply the exponents.
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