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Utah 5th Math St. 1

1/2, 2/4, 3/6, 4/8/ 6/12 Equivalent fractions
Any of the natural numbers, positive, negative or zero. A number that is not a fraction. Integer
A number to be divided by another number. 24/6=4 (26). Dividend
The answer of a division problem. 24/6=4 (4). Quotient
The number by which a dividend is divided. 24/6=4 (4). Divisor
Any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together. 3x4=12 (3 and 4) Factor
1) parentheses; 2) exponents; 3) multiply and divide from left to right; and 4) add and subtract from left to right. Order of operations
The smallest fraction you can have that has the same value. 1/8 = 3/24. 2x2x3x3 = 4x9. Simplest terms
Other symbols for multiplication. X, *
Other symbols for division. /, --
3 1/2, 4 2/3, 7 1/4 Mixed numerals
7/2, 14/3, 29/4. The numerator is larger than the denominator, Improper fractions
Created by: Utah 5th Grade