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# Obj 1 - 2:

### Vocabulary

Question | Answer |
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The first five __________ of 6 are 6, 12, 18, 24 and 30. | multiples |

The _______________ of 6 are 1, 2 3, and 6. | factors |

Fractions with the same denominators are called _______________. | like fractions |

A fraction is in _______________ when the GCF of the numerator and the denominator is 1. | simplest form |

The fraction 13/9 is an __________________ because the numerator is greator than the denominator. | improper fraction |

When you divide the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by their GCF you are doing this: | simplifying |

An equation that shows that two ratios are equal is called a __________________. | proportion |

To change a percent to a decimal, you move the decimal ___________________________. | two places to the left |

To change a decimal to a percent, you move the decimal _______________________. | two places to the right |

____________ are parts per hundred. | Percents |

When the numerator is less than the denominator it is called a __________________. | proper fraction |

A ___________ has a whole number and a fraction. | mixed number |

A number that has exactly two factors, 1 and itself, is called a _____________________. | prime number |

A number with more than two factors is called a ______________________. | composite number |

The answer in a multiplication problem is the ___________. | product |

The answer in an addition problem is the _____. | sum |

The answer in a division problem is the _________. | quotient |

What does the following symbol mean: < | less than |

What does the following symbol mean: > | greater than |

What does the following symbol mean: = | equal to |

the bottom half of a fraction that tells how many equal parts are in a whole | denominator |

the top half of a fraction that tell how many parts of a whole are being considered | numerator |

You must first have a common denominator - Perform the operation on the numerator - Keep the denominator the same | adding and subtracting fractions |

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