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Ch 1 Algebra

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A PRODUCT THAT IS MADE BY A SINGLE FACTOR BEING MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF. Square
THE PROPERTY THAT SAYS THAT WHEN YOU ADD OR MULTIPLY, ORDER DOESN'T MATTER. 2+3 = 3+2 ; (3)(4) = (4)(3) Commutative Property
A MATHEMATICAL STATEMENT THAT CONTAINS AT LEAST ONE VARIABLE.    EXAMPLE: 3X+4 Algebraic Expression
A REPLACEMENT FOR A VARIABLE THAT MAKES AN OPEN SENTENCE INTO A TRUE EQUATION Solution
THE SET OR COLLECTION OF ALL OF THE SOLUTIONS OF AN EQUATION.  Solution Set
A LETTER OR SYMBOL THAT REPRESENTS AN UNKNOWN VALUE. Variable
THE PROPERTY THAT SAYS THAT WHEN YOU ADD OR MULTIPLY, THE GROUPING DOESN'T MATTER. EXAMPLE: 2+(3+4) = (2+3)+4 Associative Property
TO FIND THE VALUE OF AN EXPRESSION BY SUBSTITUTING THE VARIABLES WITH THEIR VALUES AND THEN CALCULATING Evaluate
TWO MATHEMATICAL STATEMENTS THAT HAVE THE SAME VALUE BUT MAY LOOK DIFFERENT. EXAMPLE: 2X + 4 + 3X + 7 = 5X + 11 Equivalent Equations
THE FACTOR THAT IS MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF IN A POWER. Base
THE PROPERTY THAT IS MODELED BY A(B + C) = AB + AC EXAMPLE: 7(2X + 5) = 14X + 35 Distributive Property
A x 1 = A Identity Property of Multiplication
A METHOD OF WRITING THE MULTIPLICATION OF FACTORS BY USING EXPONENTS Exponental Form
THE ACT OF GETTING AN EXPRESSION INTO IT'S SIMPLEST FORM.  Simplfing
A NUMBER, A LETTER OR THE COMBINATION OF NUMBERS AND/OR LETTERS SEPARATED BY OPERATIONAL SIGNS.    Expression
THE NUMBER THAT TELLS YOU HOW MANY TIMES A FACTOR IS MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF.  Exponent
A MATHEMATICAL SENTENCE THAT USES AN EQUAL SIGN TO STATE THAT TWO EXPRESSIONS HAVE THE SAME VALUE   EXAMPLE: 2X + 4 = 7 Equation
TO SIMPLIFY AN EXPRESSION BY PUTTING TOGETHER TERMS THAT HAVE EXACTLY THE SAME VARIABLE FACTORS. Like Terms
AN EQUATION THAT SHOWS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO OR MORE VARIABLES. EXAMPLE: P = 2L + 2W Formula
Postive numbers and their opposite including zero Integers
Positive numbers and zero Whole numbers
Positive numbers or counting numbers Natural numbers
numbers that can be written in the form a/b where b does not equal zero Rational numbers
Created by: rhondacarlton