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Math Unit 2

fraction a number used to name a part of a group or a whole
numerator the number above the fraction bar; the part of the whole
denominator the number below the fraction bar; the whole
least common multiple (LCM) the smallest non-zero number that is a multiple of two or more numbers
multiple the product of two numbers
greatest common factor (GCF) the largest number that divides two or more numbers evenly
simplify reducing a fraction to its lowest terms
factor one of two numbers multiplied to get a product
multiply to increase or cause to increase in number, quantity or degree
divide to split or separate into parts
equivalent fractions fractions whose denominator and numerator are in the same ratio as the original fraction
mixed fractions a whole number and a fraction combined into one "mixed number"
improper fraction where the numerator is greater or equal to the denominator - "top heavy"
least common denominator (LCD) the smallest number that can be used for all denominators of two or more fractions
common denominator when two or more factors have the same denominator
ordering fractions comparing fractions from the least to the greatest
factor one of two numbers multiplied together to get a product
product the answer of two factors being multiplied together.
Created by: cjbmorrison