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Unit 1 Vocabulary

Vocabulary Review for Unit 1

rational number any number that can be expressed as a fraction
integer positive and negative whole numbers, including zero
absolute value the distance a number is from zero
percent "out of 100"
equivalent fractions fractions that are equal in value
opposites two numbers that are the same distance from zero, but on different sides of the number line
prime number a whole number whose only two factors are one and itself
composite number a whole number with more than two factors
square number the product of a whole number times itself
benchmark a reference number used to estimate the size of other numbers
factor one of two or more whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product
multiple the product of a given whole number and another whole number
annex the zero that is added to the beginning or end of a decimal
Least Common Multiple the smallest multiple that two or more whole numbers share
Greatest Common Factor the largest factor that two or more whole numbers share
prime factorization a product of only prime numbers resulting in a desired number
divisor a number that divides by a given number leaving a zero remainder
quadrants the four regions in a coordinate plane separated by the x-axis and y-axis
Created by: mlyons204