Grade 6 - Topic 3 (Numeric & Algebraic Expressions) Envisions Math
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This tells the number of times the base is used as a factor.
A number that is used as a factor a number of times shown by an exponent.
To find the value of the expression
--- a number that can be written using exponents
A mathematical phrase that has at least one variable and at least one operation. Example: 4x + 7
A letter or symbol that represents an unknown quantity. Most commonly used are x and y.
A number that is multiplied by a variable in an algebraic expression. In this example, 2 is the coeffient: 2y - 8
Each part of an expression that is separated by a plus or minus sign. In this example, 2y is a term and 8 is a term: 2y - 8
Expressions that are equal. They have the same value regardless of what number is substituted for the variable.
When evaluating an algebraic expression, use this to replace the variable with a number.
Use operations to combine like terms in an algebraic expression.
Terms that have the same variable. Example: 4x and 6x are like terms. You can add these together and write 10x.
A number written as the product of its prime factors
An expression that contains only numbers and operations
A whole number that has exactly two factors, 1 and itself.
A number with more than two factors
a diagram showing the prime factorization of a number
LCM (Least Common Multiple)
The smallest whole number greater than 0 that is a common multiple of each of two or more numbers.
GCF (Greatest Common Factor)
the greatest number that is a factor of two or more numbers
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