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1.
Addend: Any number used to get the sum or total.

2.
Difference: The answer to a subtraction problem.

3.
Equivalent Decimals: Decimals with the same value.

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Equivalent Fractions: Fractions with the same value.

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Hundredths: One part of one hundred divided into 100 parts; two places to the right of the decimal.

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Minuend: The first number in a subtraction sentence; the number being taken away from.

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Place Value: The value of a digit depending on its place in a number.

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Subtrahend: The number being subtracted from another.

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Sum: The total or whole amount; the result of adding.

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Tenths: One part of one ten divided into 10 parts; one place to the right of the decimal.

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Thousandths: One of a thousand equal parts; three places to the right of the decimal.

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Whole Number: A counting number from zero to infinity.

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