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Math EOG words

Math words and definitions

a whole number that divides exactly into another number factors
a metric unit for measuring length, equal to 100 centimeters meter
two rays meeting at a common point angle
a point that is equal distance from all parts of a circle center
symbol used to show a number digit
to reach an approximate answer often by rounding estimate
any part of a group, number or whole fraction
a long thin continuous mark line
a number with a dot that indicates less than one decimal
find the solution to a problem solve
the result when two numbers are multiplied product
to reduce the numerator and denominator in a fraction to the smallest numbers possible simplify
repeated design or recurring sequence pattern
sharing or grouping a number into equal parts divide
what something is worth or the amount value
number above the line of a fraction, showing the number of parts of the whole numerator
bottom number in a fraction, the number of parts the whole is divided into denominator
having the same amount or value equivalent
a number that is a product of a number and another number multiple
ordered list of objects sequence
Created by: melmer