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Everyday Math Unit 1

key vocabulary for unit 1

A property of multiplication that two numbes can be multiplied in either order without changing the product. For example: 5 * 10 is the same as 10 * 5. Commutative property of Multiplication
A counting number greater than 1 hat has more than two factors. composite number
A shortcut for determining whether a counting number is divisible by another counting number without actually doing the division. division rule
If a larger number can be divided by a smaller number with no remainder. divisible by
a number that is divisible by 2. even number
a small raised number that is used in exponential notation to tell how many times the base is to be used as a factor exponent
a way of representing repeated multiplication by the same factor. exponential notation
Each of the two or more numbers in a product. For example: 2 * 3 = 6 - 2 and 3 are factors. factor
two factors of a number whose product is n factor pair
a number written as a product of two or more of its factors other than one factor string
a number sentence that modeals a number story or situation number model
A number that is not divisible by 2. odd number
A counting number written as a product of prime-number factors prime factorization
a number greater than 1 that has exactly two whole number factors. Example: 3 and 5 prime numbers
the answer you get when you multiply two numbers, called factors, together. product
The answer you get when you divide one number by another number. Quotient
An arrangement of objects in rows and columns that form a rectangle. rectangular array.
The amount left over when one number is divided into another number. remainder
A rectangular array with the same number of rows and columns square array
numbers that are the product of multiplying a number by itself. Example: 9 and 16 square numbers
The factors of a square number. The number that is multiplied times itself to get the product. square root
Created by: smark3