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Mrs. Cox-7th Grade

Number theory and decimals

compatible numbers numbers that are easy to add, subtract, multiply, or divide mentally
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."What number multiplied by itself gives me this number?"
square(d) when a number is multiplied by itself
area the number of square units covering a surface of a figure
circumference the distance around a circle or its perimeter
diameter the distance across a circle through its center
difference the solution to a subtraction problem
dimensions the measurements of a figure's edges (length, width, height)
equation a mathematical sentence using numbers and/or variable(s) where both sides are equal
Created by: leahmartin10