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Kristin Silva

average [mean] the sum of the addends divided by the number
clockwise turning in the direction a clock turns in; to the right
comunative property the sum or product stays the same when the order of addends/ factors changes [ex: 2+3+=9 and 4+2+3=9]
composite number a number that has more than two factors[ 4, 28, 164,...]
divisible a whole number that is divided by another whole numberwith no remainder
equation a math sentence showing two parts as equal[ex: 2x8=18 or 8x4=6x4]
fact family a group of addition addition/ subtractionor multiplication/ division facts that use the same set of numbers in various combinations
percent a number compared to part of 100 using a % sign; per hundred
prime number a number with only two factors; 1 and itself
Created by: ksilva