Chapter 5

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Chapter 5

 Integral Factorsfactors that are integers
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Integral Factors factors that are integers
Prime Number an integer greater than one that has no positive integral factors other than 1 and itslef
Prime Factorization (of a positive integer) you write the number as a product of prime
Common Factor a factor of 2 or more integers
Greatest Common Factor the largest integer that is a factor of all the given integers
Relatively Prime when the GCG is 1
Property of Quotients if a,b,c, & d are real numbers and b and d are both not equal to zero, ac/bd=ac/bd
Rule of Exponents for Division if "a" is a nonzero real number and "m" and "n" are positive integers then: A to the m/ A to the n= A to the m-n
Greatest Common Factor of Two or More Monomials the common factor with the greatest coefficient and the greatest degree of the variables
Quadratic Term A term with a degree of 2
Linear Term A term with a degree of 1
Constant A term with no variable factor

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