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ALG I LAP 4

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in a division problem, the expression you divide by divisor
in a division problem, the expression that is divided by another expression dividend
in a division problem, the answer quotient
its value is always equal to 1 definition of a value raised to the 0 power
the product of a number between 0 and 10 and an integral power of 10 scientific notation
the number between 0 and 10 when a value is written in scientific notation mantissa
the exponent of 10 when a number is written in scientific notation characteristic
the greatest numerical value that divides evenly into two or more numbers evenly Greatest Common Factor
the common factor that contains the greatest common factor of the numerical coefficients and the smallest exponent of each variable that is a factor of all the monomials Greatest Monomial Factor
indicates that the reciprocal of the base should be raised t the positive power of the exponent negative exponent
Created by: mcchesney