Randolph TSA Math 6 - Unit 1 Vocabulary
This set contains all the vocabulary terms for Unit 1.
Terms in this set (16)
A value close to the exact answer and is found by rounding or other methods.
An estimate that is greater than the exact answer.
An estimate that is less than the exact answer.
Numbers that are close to the given numbers that make estimation or mental calculation easier.
In a division equations, the number by which the dividend is being divided.
The result of a division expression.
In a division equation, the number being divided.
To write an expression in simplest form. For a numerical expression, it's just finding the answer.
An expression that contains only numbers and operations.
order of operations
A specific set of rules for evaluating expressions.
In exponential form, this tells how many occurrences of a number is being multiplied.
In exponential form, this tells the number that is being multiplied.
A form of a number that shows a number being repeatedly multiplied.
This property applies to addition of multiplication. The property states that for three or more numbers, their sum of always the same, regardless of their grouping.
(7 + 6) + 3 = 7 + (6 + 3)
6 = 5
This property applies to addition of multiplication. The property states that two or more numbers can all be multiplied or all be added in any order without changing either the product or the sum.
7 + 5 = 5 + 7
6 = 6
The property that states that if you multiply a sum by a number, you will get the same result if you multiply each addend by that number and then add the products.
(8 + 3) = (5
8) + (5 * 3)
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Numbers & Animals Vocabulary | Everyday Traditional Mandarin Chinese
Vocab Study Guide for Math MP2
5H Math Vocabulary Set 1
Videotext Unit 1 Part C
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
TSA World History 7 - Ch 13:
TSA Science 7 - Sun, Earth, and Moon Terms
TSA World History 7 Review: Chapter 20 - Science and Exploration - People, Places, and Terms
Cell Energy Cycle
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Convert fraction to percent
Math 6 Mid-term Review
Identifying Properties Math 6