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Muench Math FDP

Fractions, decimals and percents

multiple any product of a given number; in a x b = c, c is a multiple of both a and b
factor any even divisor of a whole compound number; in a x b = c, a and b are factors of c
numerator how many parts we have of the whole; the top number in a fraction; in an "of" word problem, the numerator multiplies
denominator how many total pieces for this fraction; the bottom number in a fraction; in an "of" word problem, the denominator divides
decimal_place a digit showing how many times ten (to the left of the decimal point) or times one-tenth (to the right)
decimal_point to the left are whole numbers; to the right are how many parts of one whole
percent how many parts of one hundred in this fraction; a tenth is 10 percent; a half is 50 percent
fraction_to_decimal divide the numerator by the denominator
decimal_to_fraction state as a fraction with as numerator the given decimal and as denominator a one with as many zeros as digits in the decimal; simplify
decimal_to_percent multiply by 100; move the decimal point two places to the right
Created by: kmuench