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Math Vocab Words

A list of math Vocab words

Numerator The number above the line in a common fraction showing how many parts are taken away from the denominator
Denominator Number below the line in a common fraction, divisor
Absolute value The number of spaces a number is away from zero
Integer A whole number, not a fraction
Opposites Same absolute value on different sides of zero
Ratio The comparison of two different magnitudes
Rate Ratio between two different units
Unit rate Ratio of two units in which the second term is one
Unit price Price of an object per one
Reciprocal Transposing the numerator and denominator
Varibale The letter that replaces an unknown number
Proportion An equation stating that two ratios are equal
Equation A number sentence that states two values are equal
Tax The sum of money the government demands to a type of product
Commision Earnings asked on percentage of the total amount of sales
Percent Per hundred
Created by: Stephenfrost71