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Math Vocabulary E

Math Vocabulary

Commutative Property the order in which two numbers are added or multiplied does not change the sum or product
Equation a mathematical sentence stating that two quantities are equal
Multiplicative Identity any time you multiply a number by 1, the result or product is that original number
Infinite limitless or endless
Integer a whole number and their opposite
Quotient the answer to a division problem
Associative Property the way in which three numbers are grouped when they are added or multiplied does not change their sum or product
Expression number, symbols and operations grouped together that shows the value of something, example 2x + 5
Absolute Value distance from zero on the number line
Thousandths the third digit after the decimal point
Additive Identity if you add a real number to zero, then you get the same number back
Inequality the mathematical sentence that may contain: <, >
Created by: SpencerMath