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Module 3-Math Vocabulary

Whole Number A counting number from zero to infinity.
Integers A positive number, a negative number or zero, but not a fraction or a decimal.
Fraction Any part of a group, number or whole.
Skip Counting Counting forwards or backwards in multiples or intervals of a given number.
Rote Counting Counting in order; not skipping any numbers.
Distributive Property A property indicating a special way in which multiplication is applied to addition of two or more numbers in which each term inside a set of parentheses, such as a(a+c)=ab+ac.
Numberation The act or process of counting or numbering; enumeration.
Commutative Property In addition and multiplication, numbers may be added or multiplied together in any order.
Associative Property In addition and multiplication, no matter how the numbers are grouped, the answer will always be the same.
Created by: Denise G.