Prentice Hall Math Pre-Algebra Chapter 4
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The remainder is 0 when you divide one integer by another
A whole number that ends with a 0, 2, 4, 6, 8.
A whole number that ends with a 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9.
The repeated factor of a number written in exponential form.
This number tells you how many times a number (a base) is used as a factor.
Expression written in the form an. Also used to refer to the exponent.
A whole number that divides another whole number with remainder 0.
A whole number greater than 1 with more than two factors.
A whole number with exactly two factors, one and the number itself.
The number written as a product of prime numbers.
A factor that two or more numbers share.
Greatest common factor
The greatest factor that is shared by two or more numbers.
Fractions that name the same amount
When the only common factor of the numerator and denominator is 1
A fraction that has a numerator that is less than its denominator
A fraction that has a numerator that is greater than or equal to its denominator.
A number that is written as a compound of a whole number and a proper fraction
A number that is a product of that number and a non-zero whole number.
A number that is a multiple of each of two or more numbers.
Least common multiple
The least multiple that is common to two or more numbers.
Least common denominator
The least common multiple of two or more fractions' denominators.
It is use to compare fractions.
a decimal that stops or ends
A decimal that repeats the same digit or group of digits. A bar is drawn over the digits that repeat.
A factor tree, a division ladder
Two methods of finding the unique prime factorization of a number.