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vocab. unit 2

Math

TermDefinition
Factor a number (or expression) that is multiplied by another to yield a product
Multiple the product (result) of multiplying two whole numbers
Product the result obtained by multiplying two numbers
prime number a whole number greater than 1 whose only factors are 1 and itself
composite number a number exactly divisible by at least one whole number other than 1 and itself; a number with more than two factors
even number A multiple of 2
divisor A number that divides a given number leaving a zero remainder
common multiple A multiple that two or more numbers share
common factor A factor that two or more numbers share
factor pair Two whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product
factorization A product of numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number
GCF The greatest factor that two or more numbers share
LCM The least multiple that two or more numbers share
odd number A whole number that is not a multiple of 2
prime factorization- A product of prime numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number
Created by: ksanchez24