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PACE unit 1

difference the solution to a subtraction problem
cubed when a factor or base is multiplied by itself three times
exponent in a power, the number of times the base is used as a factor
perfect square the product of two identical whole numbers; its square root is a whole number
square root one of the two equal factors of a number.
squared when a number is multiplied by itself
reciprocal when you flip a fraction
multiplicative inverse when a multiply a fraction by its inverse to get 1
product the answer to a multiplication problem
quotient the answer to a division problem
sum the solution to an addition problem
denominator the bottom number of a fraction, represents the whole set.
numerator the top number of a fraction, represents the part of a whole set.
improper fraction when the top number of a fraction is larger than the bottom number
mixed number a whole number and a fraction written together
equivalent numbers that are equal
exponential form using numbers with exponents to express a larger number
factor a number that can be divided with a remainder, a whole number
Created by: cwagar