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# Chapter 1 Words

Numbers that can be written as fractions Rational Numbers
Whole numbers and their opposites Integers
Numbers Used when counting Natural Numbers
All counting numbers and "0" Whole Numbers
A letter that stands for a number variable
Numbers with only 2 factors Prime
Numbers with more than 2 factors Composite
A mathematical phrase with numbers and operations only Numerical Expression
Two numbers the same distance from zero Opposites
The distance a number is from zero Absolute Value
Adding opposites equals "0"-6 + 6 = 0 Additive Inverse
"Order changes" a + b + c = c + b + a Commutative Property
"To group together-groupings change"(c + d) + y = c + (d + y) Associative Property
x + 0 = x Identity of Addition
x(1) = x Identity of Multiplication
6(x + 7) = 6x + 6(7) Distributive
To Find the Answer Evaluate
Numbers with a perfect square root Ex: 1, 4, 9, 16, . . . Square Numbers
Examples - 1, 8, 27, 64, . . - Perfect Cube Roots Cube Numbers
The answer to an addition problem Sum
The answer to a subtraction problem Difference
The answer to a multiplication problem Product
The answer to a division problem Quotient
A number that multiplies a variable Coefficient
A term with no variable Constant
Parts of an expression a number
Terms with the same variable raised to the same exponent Like Terms
A mathematical phrase with numbers, letters, and operations variable expression
A decimal that stops- .5 Terminating Decimal
A decimal that continues forever with a pattern Repeating Decimal
Numbers that cannot be written as fractions Ex: Pi, decimals that continue forever with no pattern
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