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Year 7 Positive Inte

Definitions and Facts from the NSW Year 7 Positive Integers Topic

square root the positive value which if squared gives the number
divisibility test rules for finding whether a number is divisible by a specific value
addition the process of finding the total value of two or more numbers
subtraction the process for finding the difference between two numbers
algorithm a procedure involving a number of steps that eventually leads to the answer to a problem.
product he result of multiplying numbers together
squaring the process of multiplying a number by itself
division involves finding the number of equal groups into which a particular number can be divided
quotient the result of dividing one number by another
dividend the number being divided
divisor the number you are dividing by
expanded notation A way of writing a number as the sum of its parts. eg 612=(6×100)+(1×10)+ (2×1)
numeral a symbol used for a number
place value the value of the column in which a digit is found
order of operations the set of rules that give the order in which the operations are performed
Created by: wdobson