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eog practice


Fraction part of a whole
Reduce/Simplify to get the fraction in smallest terms of dividing
Quotient the answer to a division problem
Divisor the # that you divide by
Dividend the # that is being divided
Remainder the # left over after you divide into equal groups
Factor a # that you can multiply by another # to get a specific product
Multiple a product you get when you multiply a factor by a #
Prime number a # that only has 2 factors, 1 and itself
Composite a # that has more than 2 factors
Prime Factorization finding out the prime #s that are factors of a #
GCF the largest factor that 2 numbers have that's the same
LCM the smallest multiple that 2 #s have that's the same
Algebraic expressions math phrase that uses symbols or letters for a missing #
Variable the letter or symbol in an expression
Constant the # in an expression
Coefficient the number with a variable to show multiplication (3h)
Term variables, constants, and coefficients
expression a math phrase that represents a missing # (4n-7)
Equation 2 expressions that equal each other (86-q=19)
Ratio a comparison of 2 items of the same units (part to part, part to whole, and whole to part)
Rate a ratio that compares 2 different measurements
Unit Rate when you have a rate that the bottom (or one of the measurements) has been simplifies to 1
Percent a ratio that compares a # to 100
Created by: jaqueline