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# Vocabulary Pt. 1

DefinitionTerm
Adding zero to a number gives a sum identical to the given number. Additive Identity Property of Zero OR Identity Property of Addition
The sum stays the same when the grouping of the addends is changed. Associative Property of Addition
The product stays the same when the grouping of the factors is changed. Associative Property of Multiplication
The sum stays the same when the order of the addends is changed. Commutative Property of Addition
The product stays the same when the order of the factors is changed. Commutative Property of Multiplication
A number with with one or more places to the right of the decimal point. Decimal
The quantity below the line in a fraction. Denominator
The amount that remains after one quantity is subtracted from another. Difference
Sharing the factor with two or more terms inside the parenthesis. Distributive Property
A quantity to be divided. Dividend
The quantity by which another quantity is to be divided. Divisor
A statement that two mathematical expressions are equal. Equation
To solve. Evaluate
The number that tells how many equal factors there are. Ferguson calls it, "Baby 2". Exponent
A variable or a combination of variables, numbers and symbols that represent a mathematical relationship. Expression
A way of representing a part of a whole or part of a group in equal parts. Fraction
The product of any number and 1 is equal to the original number. Multiplicative Identity Property of 1 OR Identity Property of Multiplication
The number or expression written above the line in a fraction. Numerator
Rules describing the sequence to use when evaluating expressions. Order of Operations
A pair of numbers that gives the coordinates of a point on a grid. Ordered pair
The result of multiplication problem. Product
The result of a division problem. Quotient
The number being subtracted in a subtraction problem. Subtrahend
The result of an addition problem. Sum
A picture representation of an answer. Visual model
Any number that does NOT have a fraction or decimal attached. Whole Number
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