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chapter 1vocab

math, decimals and intergers vocab

QuestionAnswer
absolute value, distance from 0 on number line
additive inverse, two numbers with the sum of 0
Associative Property of Addition, changing the grouping of the addends doesnt change the sum
Associative Property of Multiplication, changing the grouping of factors doesnt change the product
Commutative Property of Addition, changing the order of the addends doesnt change the product
Commutative Property of Multiplication, changing the order of factors doesnt change the product
compatible numbers, numbers that are easy to compute mentally
Distributive Property, a(b+c)=a(b)+a(c)
Identity Property of Addition, The sum of 0 + a = a
Identity Property of Multiplication, The product of 1 + a = a
Integers, The set of positive whole numbers their opposites and 0
Mean, The sum of the data divided by the number of data items
Median, The middle value number of a data set
Mode, The number that occurs the most in a data set
Opposites, Two numbers that are the same distance from 0 on the number line but are going in opposite directions
order of operations, The order in which you calculate an equation with more than two operations P-E-M/D-A/S
outlier, data item that is much higher or lower in a set of data
range, the distance between the greatest and least value in a data set
Zero Property, product of zero and any number is zero
Created by: jakegm