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Whole Numbers
Describes a set of numbers that does not contain any fractions or decimals.
Describes a set of numbers that does not contain any fractions or decimals.
Whole Numbers
True or False
The set of whole numbers include zero
True
Integers
Describes whole numbers and their negative counterparts
Describes whole numbers and their negative counterparts
Integers
Absolute Value
Describes the value of a number regardless of its sign
Describes the value of a number regardless of its sign
Absolute Value
Even Numbers
Describes any number that can be divided by 2 evenly, meaning the answer has no decimal or remainder portion
Describes any number that can be divided by 2 evenly, meaning the answer has no decimal or remainder portion
Even Numbers
Odd Numbers
Describes any number that does not divide evenly by 2
Describes any number that does not divide evenly by 2
Odd Numbers
Prime Numbers
Describes a number that is only evenly divisible, resulting in no remainder or decimal, by 1 and itself
Describes a number that is only evenly divisible, resulting in no remainder or decimal, by 1 and itself
Prime Numbers
Composite Numbers
Describes a positive integer that is formed by multiplying two smaller integers together.
Describes a positive integer that is formed by multiplying two smaller integers together.
Composite Numbers
True or False
Composite numbers can not be divided evenly by numbers other than 1 or itself
False
Composite numbers can be divided evenly by numbers other than 1 or itself
Real Numbers
Describes rational numbers and irrational numbers
Describes rational numbers and irrational numbers
Real Numbers
Rational Numbers
Describes any number that can be expressed as a fraction, with a non-zero denominator
Describes any number that can be expressed as a fraction, with a non-zero denominator
Rational Numbers
Since any ______ can be written with 1 in the denominator without changing its value, all integers are considered rational numbers
Integer
Since any integer can be written with _______ in the denominator without changing its value, all integers are considered rational numbers
1
Since any integer can be written with 1 in the _______ without changing its value, all integers are considered rational numbers
Denominator
Since any integer can be written with 1 in the denominator without changing its value, all integers are considered ______ numbers
Rational
Every ______ number has a decimal expression that terminates or repeats
Rational
Every rational number has a _______ expression that terminates or repeats
Decimal
Every rational number has a decimal expression that _______ or _______
Terminates
Repeats
Irrational Numbers
Describes numbers which cannot be written as a finite decimal
Describes numbers which cannot be written as a finite decimal
Irrational Numbers
_______ is considered to be an irrational number because its decimal portion is unending or a non-repeating decimal
Pi
Pi is considered to be an ______ number because its decimal portion is unending or a non-repeating decimal
Irrational
Pi is considered to be an irrational number because its decimal portion is _______ or a non-repeating decimal
Unending
Pi is considered to be an irrational number because its decimal portion is unending or a ________-________ decimal
Non-Repeating
Factors
The numbers multiplies to achieve a product
The numbers multiplies to achieve a product
Factors
_______
Every product in a multiplication equation has, at minimum, two factors
Factorization
Factorization
Every product in a multiplication equation has, at _______, two factors
Minimum
Factorization
Every product in a multiplication equation has, at minimum, _______ factors
Two
_______
For the sake of most discussions, assume that factors are positive integers
Factorization
Factorization
For the sake of most discussions, assume that factors are _______ integers
Positive
Factorization
For the sake of most discussions, assume that factors are positive _______
Integers
______ _______
Involves an additional step after breaking a number down to its factors:
Breaking down the factors until they are all prime numbers
Prime Factorization
Prime Factorization
Involves an additional step after breaking a number down to its factors:
Breaking down the factors until they are all prime numbers
Common Factor
Factor shared by two numbers
Factor shared by two numbers
Common Factor
Greatest Common Factor
The largest number among the shared, common factors
Least Common Multiple
The smallest number that's a multiple of two numbers
The smallest number that's a multiple of two numbers
Least Common Multiple
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