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SHSAT Vocabulary

integer any positive or negative whole number
consecutive integers any continuous set of positive or negative integers
factor any positive integer that can be divided easily into a larger one with no remainder
multiple if a is a factor of b, then b is a multiple of a
prime number a number whose sole factors are the number itself and 1
composite number a positive integer with more than two different factors
greatest common factor (GCF) largest positive integer that is a factor of two numbers
least common multiple (LCM) smallest positive integer having any two larger integers as factors
exponent a^x
square root any number that, when squared, forms a larger nuber that the original number can be divided into with no remainder
PEMDAS/GEMDAS order of operations
average the sum of the values divided by the number of values
median the middle value in a set of numbers when placed in asscending or descending order
mode a value occurring most frequently in a set of numbers
absolute value a numbers distance from zero on a number line
sum of a triangles interior angles 180
sum of any two sides of a triangle AB+BC>AC
Pythagorean Theorem a^2+b^2+c^2
angle measure of a staight line 180
circumference C=πd OR C=2πr
area of a circle A=πr^2
perimeter 2l+2w
area of a square/rectangle A=lw
area of a triangle A=1/2bh
area of a trapezoid A=1/2h(b1+b2)
volume of a rectangular solid V=lwh
transitional clues (more of the same) also, for example, moreover, indeed, likewise, similarly, therefore, in fact, as a result
transitional clues (contrast) althought, however, even so, on the contrary, nevertheless, otherwise
Logic Principle 2: Draw Conclusions If p-->q and q-->r,we can conclude that p-->r
Logic Principle 1: Contrapositive If a-->b, than only ~a-->~b can be valid
sum, more than, total +
product, times, of x
quotient, ratio, over ÷ or /
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