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Math Unit_5

Fractions, Percents, and Decimals Vocabulary

Bar Graph A graph that uses horizontal and vertical bars to represent data.
Circle Graph A graph in which a circle and its interior are divided into parts to show the parts of a set of data. This graph is also known as a pie graph.
Denominator The number below the line in a fraction. In the fraction a/b, b is the denominator.
Equivalent Fractions Fractions that have different denominators but name the same amount. For example, 1/2 and 4/8 are equivalent fractions.
Improper Fraction A fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator. For example, 4/3 is an improper fraction.
Mixed Number A number that is written using both a whole number and a fraction. For example, 2 ¼ is a mixed number.
Numerator The number above the line in a fraction. For example, in the fraction a/b, a is the numerator.
Percent Per hundred, or out of a hundred. For example, “48% of the students in the school are boys” means that 48 out of every 100 students in the school are boys.
Percent Circle A tool on the Geometry Template that is used to measure and draw figures that involve percents (such as circle graphs).
Repeating Decimal A decimal in which one digit or a group of digits is repeated without end. For example, 0.33333 is a repeating decimal.
Unit Fraction A fraction whose numerator is 1. For example, 1/3 and 1/8 are unit fractions.
Whole (One, or unit) The entire object, collection of objects, or quantity being considered – the ONE, the unit, 100%
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