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6thRational Numbers

6th grade Rational Numbers vocabulary

The largest factor shared by two or more numbers. Greatest common factor
In repeating decimals the line placed over the digits that repeat. Bar
The smallest multiple that 2 or more numbers share. Least common multiple
A fraction with a numerator of 1. Unit fraction
A number that divides two or more given numbers evenly. Factor
Equal amounts represented in different forms. Equvialent
A number written as a whole number and a fraction. Mixed number
The smallest denominator that a group of fractions have in common. Least common denominator
The usual way of writing numbers. Standard form
When a number is written in this form 2000+700+30+1. Expanded form
To switch the numerator and denominator of a fraction. Invert
These numbers include integers, terminating decimals, repeating decimals and fractions. Rational numbers
A fraction with the numerator smaller than the denominator. Proper fraction
A decimal that doesn't end, because it shows a repeating pattern of digits after the decimal point. Repeating decimal
A fraction where the numerator is larger than the denominator. Improper fraction
To put a fraction in lowest terms. Simplify
What you get when you multiply a number by another whole number. Multiple
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