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unit 7 and 8 math vocab

colon means ratio
term parts of expression that are added or subtracted
rate comparison of 2 quantities measured in different units of measure
ratio comparison of 2 quantities measured in same unit of measure
metric system decimal system of weights and measures that is used universally in science and commonly throughout the world
customary system measurement system often used in the US
scale factor ratio between two sets of measurements (i.e. 1cm:5mi)
conversion factor ratio written in fraction form that can express the same value or quantity in two different units (i.e. 1ft/12in = 12in/1ft=1)
unit rate rate in which the second quantity in the comparison is one unit (i.e. 10cm per minute)
proportion comparison of 2 equal ratios
equivalent equations equations having the same value for all the values of the variables
evaluating to find the value of a numerical or algebraic expression
equation a mathematical sentence that shows that two expressions are equivalent
solution of an equation a value or values that make an equation true
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