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Math Stack One

MATH 4 STACK ONE mles GISS

TermDefinition
symbol and location Two primary components of our number system
place value The characteristic of our number system that allows for an infinite number of numbers
period a group of three place value columns
decimal, decimal number, and mixed number a way to express fractions, follows the same protocols as whole number place value
digit and number one of ten symbols can be used alone or in combinations
factor and product the terms in a multiplication sentence
quotient dividend and divisor the terms in a division sentence
factor when multiplied by another gives a product
odd and even numbers two ways to classify numbers based on their factors
algorithm a procedure, protocol , or recipe
scale and interval used on a graph to show the distance between lines
scatterplot, bar graph, pie, and line graph types of graph, each has a specific purpose
array model a model of multiplication
title, scale labels, interval required components of a graph
factor pair to factors that when multiplied result in a specified number
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