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Associative (grouping) Property: the order in which you add or multiply THREE OR MORE numbers does not change the outcome. Example: a+(b+c)=(a+b)+c

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Common Factor: a number that is a factor of two or more numbers

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Commutative (order) Property: the order in which you add or multiply two numbers does not change the outcome. Example: a**b=b**a

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Composite Number: a whole number that is exactly divisible by more than two factors

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Congruent: figures that have the same size and shape

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Denominator: the part of a fraction below the line, which tells how many equal parts there are in the whole

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Difference: the result of subtraction

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Distributive Property: the product of a number and the sum of two numbers is equal to the sum of the two products. Example: a**(b+c) = (a**b)+(a*c)

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Divisible: when you divide, the remainder is zero

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Equivalent: equal in value, but in a different form

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Equivalent Fractions: two or more fractions that represent the same number

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Estimate: to find an answer that is close to the exact answer

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Expanded Form: a way to write numbers that shows the value of each digit

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Exponent: a number that indicates how many times the base appears as a factor

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Exponential Form: a symbolic way of showing how many times a number is used as a factor

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Factor: one of two or more numbers or expressions that are multiplied to form a product

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Fraction: a number used to name a part of the group or part of a whole

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Greatest Common Factor (GCF): the greatest number that divides evenly into two or more numbers

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Improper Fraction: a fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its denominator

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Integers: the set of numbers containing zero, the natural numbers, and their opposites

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Leading Digit: the digit farthest to the left, having the greatest value

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Least Common Multiple (LCM): the smallest number that is a common multiple of two or more numbers

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Like Fractions: fractions that have the same denominator

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Lowest Terms (or Simplest Form): when the numerator and denominator of a fraction have no common factors other than 1

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Mean: average; calculated by dividing the number of items in a set by the sum of those numbers

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Median: the MIDDLE number when the data is ordered from least to greatest

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Mixed Number: a number written as a whole number and a fraction

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Mode: the number(s) that occurs the MOST in a set of data

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Multiple: the product of that number and any whole number

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Natural Numbers: the counting numbers

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Number Line: a line with equal distances marked off to represent numbers

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Numerator: the number written above the fraction line that tells how many equal parts of the whole are being counted

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Place Value: a system of numeration in which the value of a digit depends on its position in the numeral

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Prime Factorization: expressing a composite number as the product of its prime factors

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Prime Number: a whole number greater than one that has only two factors, 1 and itself

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Product: the result of multiplication

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Proper Fraction: a fraction whose numerator is less than its denominator

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Quotient: the result of division

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Range: the difference between the greatest number and the least numbers in a set of data

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Ratio: a comparison of two numbers using division

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Round: to estimate a number by replacing it with a number expressed to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, and so on

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Simplify: to divide the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the greatest common factor

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Standard Form: a number written with one digit for each place value

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Sum: the result of addition

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Term: each number in a sequence or pattern

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Unlike Fractions: fractions that have different denominators

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Variable: a symbol such as a box or a letter used to represent an unknown value

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Whole Numbers: set of natural numbers and zero

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