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1. From Latin: finger or toe digit
2. The two primary characteristics of our number system symbol and location
3. From Old French, from Latin: to be strong, valor value
4. A way to write fractions based on ten (tenths, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands) decimal
5. A repeating cycle - three place value columns period
6. A number that, when multiplied by itself, will result in a given number Square root
7. Tells how many times a number is used as a factor exponent
8. Hindu-Arabic numeral system The historical basis of our number system with roots in the 1st century
9. A number with exactly two factors, one and itself prime number
10. A number with more than two factors composite number
11. Two numbers you can multiply together to get another number factor pair
12. The product of a number and any other whole number - the answer in skip counting multiple
13. Thousand from swollen hundred
14. An array of this number can be a square Square number
15. A system for writing very large or very small numbers scientific notation
16. A recipe / formula / procedure for performing a mathematical operations Algorithm
17. One of two or more numbers that can be multiplied together to get a product factor
18. A visual representation of multiplication array
19. The number that is going to be multiplied the number of times indicated by an exponent. The number of digits in a number system of the same name. base
Created by: Mr Giss