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arithmetic sequence: a sequence in which the difference between two consecutive terms is the same

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bar notation: A line or bar placed over the digits that repeat

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common difference: the difference between any two consecutive terms in an arithmetic sequence

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common ratio: the ratio between any two consecutive terms in a geometric sequence

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dimensional analysis: the process of including units of measurement when computing

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geometric sequence: A sequence in which the ratio between any two consecutive terms is the same

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least common denominator (LCD): the least common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions

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least common multiple (LCM): The least of the nonzero common multiples of two or more numbers

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mean: thw sum of the data divided by the number of terms in the data set, also called the average

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measure of central tendancy: for a list of numerical data, numbers that can represent the whole set of data.

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median: in a set of data, the middle number of the ordered data, or the mean of the two middle numbers

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mode: the number or numbers that occurs most often in a set of data

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multiple: the product of a number and a whole number

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multiplicative inverse: two numbers whose product is one

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period: In a repeating decimal, the digit or digits that repeat

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rational number: a number that can be written as a fraction in the form a/b. where a and b are integers and b = 0

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reciprocal: another name for a multiplicative inverse

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repeating decimals: a decimal whose digits repeat in groups of one or more

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sequence: an ordered list of numbers

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term: Each number in a sequence is known as this.

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