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math terms

QuestionAnswer
place value the use in a number system of the position of a digit in a number to indicate the value of the digit
sum the answer to an addition problem
diffrence answer to a subtraction problem
product answer to a multiplication problem
quotient answer to a division problem
numerator top number In a fraction
denominator bottom number in a fraction
fraction bar line meaning to divide
multiple the product of a given whole number and integer
common denominator a whole number that is a common multiple of two or more fractions
simplest form a way of writing a fraction so that the numerator and the denominator have no common factors other than 1
mixed numerator a whole number and a fraction
improper fraction numerator is larger than denominator
proper fraction numerator is smaller than denimonator
Created by: artnishajones9