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Unit 3 Vocabulary

Vocabulary Review for Unit 3 Concepts

TermDefinition
quadrant Four regions of a coordinate plane that are separated by the x-axis and y-axis.
percent proportion Part over whole is equal to the percent over 100.
ratio A comparison of two numbers by division.
percent A special ratio that compares a number to 100.
ratio table A table that provides equivalent ratios.
scaling To multiply or divide by a number to get a desired ratio.
discount A deduction from the usual cost of an item.
tip The amount of money given for services provided, typically 15% to 20%.
sales tax A tax on goods and services purchased, which is added to the buyer's cost.
unit rate A comparison of two quantities in which the second number being compared represents a quantity of 1.
Created by: mlyons204