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A. V; #1

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algebraic expression an expression that contains a variable
associative property a property of addition and multiplication that says when you add or multiply three numbers it doesn't matter which two are added or multiplied first
commutative property a property of addition and multiplication that says changing the order of the numbers being added or multiplied doesn't change the answer
distributive property a redistribution of the numbers while still keeping the equation equal.
equation a number sentence that contains an equal sign.
expression a group of mathematical symbols that represents a number or can represent a number if values are assigned to any variable in the expression
inequality a mathematical sentence that compares two unequal expressions using one of the comparing symbols
integers a number in the set (-4,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,4...) a whole number or the opposite of a whole number.
linear equation an equation whose graph in a coordinate grid is a straight line.
order of operation rules that tell in what order to perform operations in arithmetic and algebra
probability the likelihood that an event wil occur
proportional having equivalent ratios
rational number a number that can be written as a fraction using only whole numbers and their opposites.
Created by: arausch1