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Chapter 4 words


fraction part of a whole or group
improper fraction fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator
mixed number a whole number and a fraction
like fractions fractions with the same denominator
unlike fractions fractions with different denominators
equivalent fractions fractions with the same value
prime number a number with exactly two factors, itself and 1
composite number a number with more than two factors
simplest form when a fraction has been reduced to a numerator and a denominator with no other common factors except for 1
greatest common factor (GCF) the largest factor that will divide evenly into a set of numbers
divisible will divide evenly with no remainder
repeating decimal a decimal that will continue forever with a certain pattern. (indicated with a bar over the top of the number or patter)
common denominator a denominator that other fractions have in common (they can be changed to this)
Created by: lseman