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1.
base: the number that is multiplied

2.
composite number: a number that can be divided evenly by more than 1 and itself

3.
expanded form: a number with exponents showing the place value

4.
exponent: tells how many times we multiply the base

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factors (noun): numbers that multiply to give a product

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factor (verb): write a number's prime factorization

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Greatest Common Factor (GCF): the biggest number that can be evenly divided into both numbers

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monomial: a number, variable, or product of numbers and variables, for example: 8x

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power: a number with an exponent

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prime factorization: all the prime numbers that multiply to give us the number

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prime number: a number that can only be divided evenly by 1 and itself

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scientific notation: writing very large or very small numbers as the product of a number and a power of 10

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simplest form: when the numerator and the denominator of the fraction have a GCF of 1

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standard form: a number without exponents

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