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Unit 1

Rational Number Relationships

TermDefinition
Absolute Value The distance an Integer is from zero on a number line.
Number Line A way to represent Integers. The line can be vertical or horizontal.
Exponent Tells how many time the base is used as a factor. Also tells how many times the base is multiplied by itself.
Base The common factor in a number written in power or exponential form.
Scientific Notation A number written as the product of a number and the power of ten. It is used to write very big or very small numbers.
Standard Notation The number as we normally write it.
Percent Used to compare a number to 100.
Equivalent Forms Having the same value, but look different.
Convert To change into another form.
Opposites Two integers that are the same distance from zero on a number line.
Negative A number less than zero.
Positive A number greater than zero.
Perfect Square A number made by squaring a whole number.
Square Root A number when multiplied by itself gives the original number.
Radical An expression that has a square root. (The symbol that looks like a check mark.)
Squared To multiply a number by itself. A base raised to the power of 2.
Cubed The multiply a number by itself three times. A base raised to the power of 3.
Created by: PRO Teacher scash