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056 Fractions Voc

056 Fractions Vocabulary

Fraction A number that represents an equal part of a whole or equal part of a set
Numerator The top number in a fraction
Denominator The bottom number in a fraction
Unit Fraction Represents one equal part of the whole. The top (the numerator) is always 1
Benchmark Fractions Common fractions that are used for estimation
Whole Number A number without fractions
e.g. For example
i.e. In other words. A synonym
Integer A whole number (e.g. 0, 1, 2, 3, 10, 45, 111100889)
Equivalent Fractions Fractions that have the same value
Improper Fraction The fraction with a numerator that is greater than or equal to the denominator
Mixed Number A number that has a whole number and a fraction part
Factors Numbers that are multiplied together to form a product
Factor Pairs The two factors that are multiplied to find a product
Prime Number A whole number with exactly two factors: 1 and itself
Simplest Form A fraction in which the numerator and the denominator have no common factor greater than 1
Composite Number A whole number with more than two factors
Greatest Common Factor The largest of the common factors of each of two or more numbers
Least Common Multiple The smallest multiple greater than 0 that is a common multiple of each of two or more numbers
Neither Prime nor Composite One (Number 1)
Created by: Mindful_Pumpkin