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Math Rules

TermDefinition
Addends The two numbers you ADD together
Sum The answer you get when you ADD
Subtrahend Second number in a subtraction problem
Minuend First number in a subtraction problem
Difference The answer in subtraction
Factors Numbers being multiplied
Product Answer in a multiplication problem
Dividend First number, or what is being divided, in division
Divisor Second number, or number doing the dividing, in division problem
Quotient Answer in a division problem
Communitive Law of Addition The order of the numbers being added does not affect the sum
Communtative Law of Multiplication The order of the numbers being multiplied does not matter
Commutative Property a+b+c=b+c+a a×b×c=b×c×a
Associative Law of Addition Grouping of the numbers being added does not matter
Associative Law of Multiplication Grouping of the numbers being multiplied does not matter
Associative Property (a+b)+c=a+(b+c) (a×b)×c=a×(b×c)
Absolute Value
How many spaces from zero the number is
Identity Property of 0/Identity Property of Addition When you add 0 to any number the sum equals the number itself
Identity Priperty of 1/Identity Property of Multiplication
Whenever you multiply any number by 1 the product equals the number itslef
Zero Product Property When you multiply any number by 0 the product always equals 0
Created by: EricaJ13