a mathematical phrase containing variables or constants and including at least one operation. Example: 12 - X
a mathematical sentence stating that two expressions are equal.
a branch of mathematics using symbols rather than numbers.
a mathematical phrase that has at least one variable and one operation. Example: 10 X n or 10n
the answer to an addition problem.
the numbers being added.
the answer to subtraction problem.
the number from which another number is being subtracted.
the number being subtracted from another number.
the answer to a multiplication problem.
a number that divides another number without a remainder. The numbers that are multiplied together to get a product.
the answer in a division problem. Example: 45/9 = 5, 5 is the quotient.
the number used to divide another number. Example: In 12/3, 3 is the divisor.
the number being divided by another number. Example: In 12/3, 12 is the dividend.
either of two lines drawn perpendicular to each other in a graph. These serve as the "X" and "Y" of the coordinate plane.
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