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convert to change from one form to another
numerator the top number of a fraction
denominator the bottom number of a fraction
repeating decimal a decimal that continues and does not stop
terminating decimal a decimal that stops
bar notation mathematic symbol that is placed above the repeating number in a decimal
base the bigger number when working with exponents
exponent the smaller number when working with exponents--it tells the base how many time to multiply itself
squared a number multiplied by itself
cubed a number that is multiplied by itself 3 times
ascending in numerical order from least to biggest
descending in numerical order from biggest to smallest
percent out of 100
Scientific Notation A number written as a multiplication problem that contains a whole number that is 1 or more but less than ten and a power of 10
Square Root One of the 2 equal factors of a number. IE the square root of 64 is 8
Created by: jcrist