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notes nad key terms and definitions mr. trans exam 1 math set 8

counting numbers the whole numbers excluding zero are called counting numbers
rational numbers fractions and percents are all rational numbers
absolute value vertical bars before and after a number indicate absolute value, which is the distance a number is from zero on a number line
positive integer a positive integer is an integer greater than zero
negative integer a negative integer is a number less than zero
exponent an exponent tells how many times a base is used as a factor
whole numbers the whole numbers are all counting numbers and zero
integer an integer is whole numbers and their opposites
evaluate when you evaluate an expression you write it in simplest form
order of operations mathematicianations agreed on an order of operations so that numerical expressions would have only one value
Created by: ryan1997