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Nash Mult, Div, Deci

math terms and their definitions (mult, div, and decimals)

factors Numbers that are multiplied together to find a product. 3 x 2 = 6; 3 and 2 are factors
compatible numbers Numbers that are easy to compute mentally. 9 and 1 are compatible numbers
product The answer in a multiplication problem. 3 x 2 = 6; 6 is the product
estimate A number close to an amount that tells about how much or how many. We can estimate \$9.86 to be \$10
divisor The number by which a number is being divided. 10 / 2 = 5; 2 is the divisor
dividend The number that is divided in a division problem. 10/2 = 5; 10 is the dividend
quotient The answer in a division problem. 10/2 = 5; 5 is the quotient
remainder The number that is left over when a dividend cannot be divided equally. 10/3 = 3 R 1; 1 is the remainder
inverse An operation that checks the answer to another operation, the oppositie operation. Division and multiplication are inverse operations. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
sum The answer to an addition problem. 4 + 7 = 11; 11 is the sum
decimal point This separates the place values. 23.45; the . between the 3 and the 4 is the decimal point.
decimal 14.37 is a decimal.
tenths The place value one place to the right of the ones place.
hundredths The place value two places to the right of the ones place.
thousandths The place value three places to the right of the ones place.
difference The answer to a subtraction problem. 12 - 4 = 8; 8 is the difference
align Line up. You must align, or line up the decimal points when adding or subtracting decimals.
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