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math vocab 1-4

numbers that are not fractions or decimals whole numbers
a decimal that ends or terminates Terminating decimal
the distance a number is away from zero on a number line absolute value
the set of whole numbers and their opposites Integers
whole numbers beginning at 1 counting/natural numbers
Any number that can be written as a/b and b is not zero Rational Number
another way of writing a fraction decimal
a comparison of 2 quantities by division Ratio
The numbers that make up a given number Digits
a ratio that compares the whole group to part of the group Whole to part ratio
the flat surface created by the x and y axis lines coordinate plane
part of a whole number written using a numerator and a denominator fraction
numbers to the left of zero on a number line negative integers
the line that divides a figure into two halves that are a reflection of each other line of symmetry
integers to the right of zero on a number line positive integers
two integers that are the same distance from zero opposite integers
two fractions with like denominators common denominators
a ratio that compares a part of the group to the whole group part to whole ratio
the horizontal line on a coordinate plane x axis
the point where the x and y axis intersect origin
a line or bar above the part of a repeating decimal that repeats bar notation
the vertical line on a coordinate plane y axis
using a fraction such as 1/2 as a reference point benchmark
fractions that name the same amount but look different equivalent fractions
the four regions on the coordinate plane four quadrants
a fraction in which 1 is the only number that can divide evenly into the numerator and denominator simplest form
a decimal in which one or more digits repeat repeating decimal
a pair of coordinates that represent a point on the coordinate plane ordered pair
in a fraction, the number above the fraction line numerator
fractions that do not have the same number on the denominators unlike fractions
in a fraction, the number below the fraction line denominator
a flipped over fraction reciprocal
a point in the same position but a different quadrant reflection
fractions with the same number in the denominator like fractions
the opposite operation inverse operation
a fraction in which the numerator is bigger than the denominator improper fraction
a whole number and a fraction mixed number
a ratio that compares a part of the group to another part of the group part to part ratio
a rate that makes a comparison to one unit unit rate
numbers that are multiplied to make a product factors
two ratios that name the same comparison equivalent ratios
numbers that have more than two factors composite numbers
numbers greater than 1 that only has 2 factors; 1 and itself prime number
a ratio that compares 2 quantities that have different units rate
two equivalent ratios proportion
LCM least common multiple
a number written as the product of all prime numbers prime factorization
skip counting; the product of two numbers when one number is constant multiples
rounded numbers that are easy to compute mentally compatible numbers
a letter that stands for an unknown number variable
the number being divided in a division problem dividend
the number that is being divided into the dividend divisor
math that uses number and letters algebra
the answer to a division problem quotient
Created by: fiona01