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Unit 3 Vocabulary Math 6th Equations and Inequalities
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A letter representing an unknown amount.
A number used to multiply the variable.
Opposite, reverse operations.
(add -- subtract, multiply -- divide)
A set value that doesn't change.
A math statement with an equal sign, to show that two expressions are equal.
A math phrase with numbers, variable, and operations, but no equal sign.
A pair of numbers whose sum is zero.
Two math expressions are not equal.
less than or equal to
greater than or equal to
Open circle does not include the solution
filled circle does included the solutions
answer containing the value that makes an equation true
set containing the values the make a inequality true
to use the rules of arithmitic and algebra to rewrite an expression in its simplest form
the process of replacing the variables in an expression with the numerical value and simplifying
to work out the answer or solution to a mathematical problem.
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