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Equivalent Fractions fractions that are the same
fraction a number of the form a/b were a and b are whole numbers
numerator a number above the line
percent out of 100
ratio a number often expressed as a fraction, used to make comparisons between 2 quantites
base 10 number system the common number system we use
benchmark a reference number that can be used to estimate the size of numbers
unit fraction a fraction with a numerator of 1
improper fraction a fraction in which the numerator is larger the the denominator
mixed number a number that is written with both a whole number and a fraction
power of 10 is the number times 10
rational number a number that can be expressed exactly by a ratio of 2 integers
decimal a special form of a fraction
denominator the number written below the line in the fraction
Created by: moira1312