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Percent means "per 100" or how many "out of 100"; percent is another name for hundredths.
A numerical value less than 1. For example, 0.875 is a decimal.
Expressions that have the same value or that have the same mathematical meaning. For example, ½ and 0.5 are equivalent.
A number representing some part of a whole or part of a set; one number compared to another in the form a/b.
A numerical value two decimal places to the right of a decimal point. The hundredths place for the numerical value 3.458 would be 5.
A numerical value one decimal place to the right of a decimal point. The tenths place for the numerical value 0.25 would be 2.
A comparison of two numbers by division
The product of a number and any natural number
The smallest common multiple of two or more numbers
The set of counting numbers (1, 2, 3,).
A natural number that has more than two different factors
A divisor of two or more numbers that is commonly shared
A representation of a number as the product of its prime factors. For example, the prime factorization of 18 is 2 × 3 × 3.
An integer that divides evenly into a number
The greatest common factor of two or more numbers is the largest of the common factors that all of the numbers share.
A number that has exactly two factors
The set of whole numbers and their opposites
The result obtained by multiplying two or more numbers or variables
Capable of being divided, especially with no remainder: 15 is divisible by 3 and 5.
A number without a decimal or fractional part
The symbol ">" is used to describe a numerical term larger than the one compared to it.
The symbol "=" is used to show that two numerical terms are equal.
Separates a whole number amount from a number that is less than one
The symbol "<" is used to describe a numerical term smaller than the one compared to it
The value of a digit as determined by its position in a number; the name of the place or location of a digit in a number
An integer that is greater than zero; it is located to the right of zero on a number line.
An integer that is less than zero; it is located to the left of zero on a number line.
A number that has no decimal or fraction. Examples: 6, 10, and 1
The opposite of a given integer can be found by adding or taking away a negative sign (-). For example, the opposite of -13 is 13, and the opposite of -8 is +8.
An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers
An amount obtained as a result of dividing numbers
The expression written above the line in a fraction
The expression written below the line in a fraction that indicates the number of parts into which one whole is divided.
A fraction in which the numerator is larger than or equal to the denominator. The value of an improper fraction is greater than or equal to one.
The least common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions. Example: 6 is the least common denominator of 2/3 and 1/6.
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