an area of maths where numbers are represented by letters
order of operations (PEMDAS)
a set of rules to solve mathematical problems
a quantity that can vary or change taking on different values
the number that gives reference to the repeated multiplication required
a pair of numbers the same distance away from zero (positives and negatives)
the point of intersection of the x and y axes on a coordinate plane
an equation in which some numbers are represented as letters
the value of a number being raised to an exponential power
the number of times a base number is multiplied by itself
the vertical and horizontal lines that make up the quadrants of a coordinate plane
always a positive number, refers to the distance of a number from 0
a factor or "co-part" of any term
a value that doesn't change, it is also referred to as a numerical term
the ordered pair that states the coordinate on a coordinate plane
what is found when one number is subtracted from another
to calculate the numerical value
symbols that represent numbers or operations
whole numbers, as positive values and the negative value or opposite including zero
often referred to as 'fast adding', the repeated addition of the same number
the value obtained when any two or more numbers are multiplied together
one quarter of the plane on the Cartesian coordinate system
the solution to a division problem
the value of a number when multiplied by itself, gives you the original number
the operation of finding the difference between two numbers or quantities
a part of an algebraic equation or a number in a sequence
the vertical (up down)
the horizontal (left right)
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