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# PT Vocabulary

TermDefinition
common factor A factor that two or more numbers share.
common multiple A multiple that two or more numbers share.
composite number A whole number with factors other than itself and 1.
conjecture A claim about a pattern or relationship based on observations.
counterexample An example that disproves a claim.
Distributive Property A mathematical property used to rewrite expressions.
divisor A number that divides a given number leaving a zero remainder.
equivalent expressions Expressions that represent the same quantity.
even number A multiple of 2.
exponent The small raised number that tells how many times a factor is used.
factor One of two or more whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
factor pair Two whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.
factored form The form of an expression made up of products of factors rather than sums or differences of terms.
factorization A product of numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number.
greatest common factor A product of numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number.
least common multiple The least multiple that two or more numbers share.
multiple The least multiple that two or more numbers share.
odd number The least multiple that two or more numbers share.
Order of Operations A set of agreements or conventions for carrying out calculations with one or more operations, parentheses, or exponents.
prime factorization A product of prime numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number.
prime number A product of prime numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number.
proper factors A product of prime numbers, perhaps with some repetitions, resulting in the desired number.
relatively prime numbers A pair of numbers with no common factors except for 1.
square number A number that is a result of the product of a number multiplied by itself.
expanded form The form of an expression made up of sums or differences of products.
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