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# Math Unit 4 Words

### Study the unit 4 math words definitions with these flash cards

TermDefinition
Division Property of Equality When both sides of an EQUATION are DIVIDED by the SAME NUMBER, the remaining EXPRESSIONS are still EQUAL.
Equation A mathematical sentence that contains an EQUAL SIGN.
Inequality A mathematical sentence that contains the symbols <, >,
Inverse Operation A mathematical process that COMBINES two or more numbers such that its PRODUCT or SUM EQUALS the IDENTITY
Multiplication Property of Equality When both sides of an EQUATION are MULTIPLIED by the SAME NUMBER, the remaining EXPRESSIONS are still EQUAL.
Subtraction Property of Equality When both sides of an EQUATION have the SAME NUMBER SUBTRACTED from them, the remaining EXPRESSIONS are still EQUAL.
Addition Property of Equality When both sides of an EQUATION have the SAME NUMBER ADDED to them, the remaining EXPRESSIONS are still EQUAL.
Term A NUMBER, a VARIABLE, or a PRODUCT of NUMBERS and VARIABLES
Variable A SYMBOL or LETTER used to represent a number or quantities that VARY from one expression to another.
Set A collection of numbers, geometric figures, letters, or other objects that have some characteristic in common.
Substitution To replace one element of a mathematical equation or expression with another
Constraint CONDITION used to limit the type of data that can go into a table.
Infinitely many The number of solutions to a given EQUATION has no limitâ€¦ there are an unlimited number of workable solutions.
Constant of proportionality The constant value of the ratio of two proportional quantities x and y; usually written y = kx, where k is the constant of proportionality
Direct Proportion/Direct variation The relation between two quantities whose ratio remains constant
Proportion An EQUATION which states that two RATIOS are EQUAL.
Constant speed Movement at a FIXED (constant) DISTANCE per UNIT of TIME.
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