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TEAS Math

TermDefinition
whole numbers
mixed numbers
improper fractions
proper fraction
least common denominator
simplified fraction
numerator
denominator
dividend
real number
rational number
irrational number
greatest common factor
percents
estimations
take-home pay
deductions
Roman numeral system
Arabic numeral system
independent variable
dependent variable
line graphs
ordered pair
circle (or pie) graph
histograms
bar graphs
constant a quantity that does not change
coefficient the numerical part of a term; the number that is being multiplied to the variable
expression one or more terms consisting of any combination of constants and/or variables
variable an unknown quantity in an expression, usually in the form of a letter such as x, y, or z
like terms terms that have the same variable and with the same exponent
degree the exponent or sum of exponents of the variable(s) of a term
divisor the denominator in a division problem; for example, in 14/2, 2 is the divisor
dividend the numerator in a division problem; for example, in 14/2, 14 is the dividend
quotient the answer to the division problem; for example, in 14/2, 7 is the quotient
term
polynomial
monomial
bionomial
distributive property
FOIL standards (First, Outer, Inner, Last)
equation
inequality
addition priciple
multiplication principle
reciprocal
absolute value
Created by: ShannonLowe