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5th grade Algebra

* variable A letter, such as n, that represents a number in an expression or an equation
* term A number in a sequence or a variable, such as x or y in an algebraic expression
* sequence A set of numbers that follows a pattern
* expression A mathematical phrase involving numbers and operations that work together to show a value
* algebraic expression A mathematical phrase involving a variable or variables, numbers, and operations. Example: x - 3
* corresponding term Matching, as in related terms in two sequences
* order of operations The order in which operations are done in calculations. FIRST: punctuation (parentheses, brackets, braces) SECOND: exponents THIRD: x and รท (left to right) FOURTH: + and - (left to right)
parentheses Punctuation symbols used to group numbers together ( )
brackets Punctuation symbols used to group numbers together [ ]
braces Punctuation symbols used to group numbers together { }
evaluate To find the value of
interpret Understand the meaning of
numerical patterns Numbers arranged in order, following a particular rule
ordered pair A pair of numbers written in a specific order, used to identify a location on a coordinate plane
coordinate plane A way to show a location of a point using a pair of perpendicular number lines that intersect at zero
Created by: mrszmath