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# 6th MATH PART 2(n-z)

### 6th Math from Textbook COMPLETE

TermDefinition
Negative number a number less than zero and written with a negative sign in front of it
Numerator top number in a fraction; indicates the number of equal parts that are described by the fraction
Per for each
Percentage a ratio or fraction with a denominator of 100
Percentage change represents the relative change between the new value and the original value of a quantity or item
Percent means out of 100
Percent decrease of a value measures how that value decreases, as a percent of its original value
Percent increase of a value measures how that value increases, as a percent of its original value
Proportion two quantities are in _________ if they increase or decrease in the same ratio
Rate a quantity measured with respect to another measured quantity e.g 60 miles per hour; A measure of a part with respect to a whole; a proportion; The cost per unit of a service
Ratio the comparison of two quantities expressed in the form x:y
Simplest form for a fraction - when the numerator and denominator have only 1 as their common factor; for a ratio- if the two quantities have only 1 as their common factor
Solution the answer to a problem or the value or values of variables that will make the equation true (when substituted into the equation)
Solve to find the answer to a problem or the value of a variable
Speed a measure of how far an object can travel in a given unit of time
Average speed this is found by considering only the total time taken by the object and the the total distance traveled.
Sum the result from adding numbers
Table a set of data or information that is organized in rows and columns
Tax an amount of money paid to the government to help fund government expenditures or services
Sales tax a tax imposed on goods purchased and services used. It is usually added to the item’s cost.
Income tax a tax imposed based on one’s income (earnings)
Tenths parts of one whole that is divided into 10 equal parts
Time the duration or interval between two events. It is usually measured in seconds, minutes, hours and so on.
Vertical this type of line is straight up and down
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