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Quiz 20

QuestionAnswer
parts of a cord graph quadrants
same amount but looks different equivalent
not a decimal of fraction whole number
top number in a fraction numerator
can be any number independent variable
depended of the independent for a value dependent variable
weight of a paperclip gram
weight of a textbook kilogram
half of a 2 liter bottle liter
quick addition multiply
answer to a multiplication problem product
" " " division problem quotient
whats left over after you divide remainder
columns and rows of numbers array
the numbers you get when you multiply factors
a letter that represents a number variable
to find the anwser solve
take out the variable and put in the number substitute
a value that stays the same constent
bottom " " denomonator
Created by: Brooklyn.Grill