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Math Unit 1

6th grade term

prime number a number whose only factors are 1 and itself
prime factorization the breakdown of a number down into its prime factors
expression a math sentence without an equal sign
equation a math sentence that contains an equal sign
coefficient the numerical factor of a term that contains a variable
variable a symbol, usually a letter, used to represent a number
terms the parts of an expression separated by a plus or minus sign
base the bottom number when used with an exponent
exponent the small top number used with a base also called "to the ____power"
factor one of two numbers multiplied together to get a product
cubed an exponent to the third power
squared an exponent to the second power
composite the number derived by multiplying two or more factors together
Created by: cjbmorrison