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Numerator The top part of a fraction which tells us the "part" of a whole.
Denominator The bottom part of a fraction which tells us the part of a whole which is cut into equal parts.
Absolute value The distance a number is away from zero.
Integers A whole number.
Opposites A number completely different from another.
Ratio A part to part relationship.
Rate The amount at which the number increases or decreases.
Unit rate The rate at which the unit increases or decreases
Unit price The price per unit
Reciprocal One pair of numbers that when added together equals one
Variable The symbol used to replace an unknown number
Proportion An equation stating that two ratios are equal
Tax The fee charged by the government on a product
Equations The statement stating the equality of two expressions
Commission Earnings based on a percentage of the total amount of sales
Percent Per hundred
Created by: angelinajordan71