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unit 2: Fun and Gam

Arrays Rectangular arrangements that have equal numbers in the rows and the columns.
Composite Number A number that has more than two factors, factors in addition to one and itself.
Decompose The process of factoring terms and numbers in an expression.
Exponent The number of times a number or expression (called a base) is used as a factor of repeated multiplication. Also called the power.
Factor Numbers that are multiplied together to result in a product.
Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic Every integer, N>1, is either prime or can be written as the product of primes.
Greatest Common Factor The largest factor that 2 or more numbers have in common.
Identity Property of Multiplication To multiply by 1 does not change the number.
Least Common Multiple The smallest number other than zero that two or more numbers have in common.
Multiple A number that is a product of a given whole number and another whole number.
Prime Factorization The expression of a composite number as a product of prime numbers.
Prime Number A number with exactly two distinct factors. A positive number that is divisible only by itself and the number one.
Square Number A number that is the product of a whole number and itself. Sometimes called a perfect square.
Created by: mcrippen