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Bridges 5th Grade Unit 2, Modules 1-4
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decimal
Relating to powers of 10; also, a fraction with a denominator that is a power of 10, often expressed using digits and a decimal point
denominator
The bottom number in a fraction, which shows into how many equal parts the whole is divided; also, the divisor
equivalent fractions
Two or more different fractions that represent the same quantity
fraction
A ratio of two integers; a number expressed as some number of equal parts of a whole
hundredth
One of 100 equal parts of a whole (1/100 or 0.01)
improper fraction
A fraction greater than 1 that is not expressed as a mixed number; a fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
mixed number
A number greater than 1 expressed as a whole number plus a fraction whose value is less than 1
multiple
A number that is the product of a given whole number and any other whole number; a number that may be divided by a given number without a remainder; for example 3,6, and 12 are multiples of 3
numerator
The top number in a fraction, which shows how many equal parts are to be counted; also, the dividend
tenth
1 of 10 equal parts of a whole (1/10 or 0.1)
common denominator
For 2 or more fractions, a common multiple of the denominators
expression
1 or more mathematical symbols that represent a number or quantity; expressions do not include equality or inequality signs
factor
A whole number that divides evenly into another number
lowest terms (simplest form)
The form of a fraction in which the numerator and denominator have no common factors other than 1; another term for simplest form
product
The result of multiplying two or more numbers; in the array model, the product is the area of the array
ratio
A comparison of two numbers using division, often expressed as a fraction
ratio table
A model that represents equivalent ratios; can be used as a tool to solve problems that involve multiplication, division, fractions, and proportions
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