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Math Vocab Ch. 5

Of two or more fractions this is the LCM of the denominators. Ex- for the fractions 5/6 and 4/9, this is equal to 18. least common denominator (LCD)
Numbers that their product is 1. Ex- the pair of fractions -13/45 and -45/13 are these. reciprocals
A number that two or more numbers can both go into. Ex- for 5,6, and 12, this is equal to 60. least common multiple (LCM)
In this, the same block of digits repeats infinitely many times. Ex- you can convert the fraction 1/9 to one of these. repeating decimal
Of a number this is he product of that number and any nonzero whole number. Ex- for 7, one of these is 35. multiple
You can use conversion factors to change from one unit of measure to another in a process called this. Ex- this tells you to multiply 8ft by 12in/1ft to find the number of inches in 8 ft. dimensional analysis
When the divison ends with a remainder of zero the quotient is called this. Ex- you can convert the fraction 4/5 to one of these. terminating decimal
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