# Study sets matching "cst math"

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Least Common Multiple

Greatest Common Factor

Rational numbers

Irrational numbers

the smallest multiple shared by two numbers.... The least common…

Largest factor shared by two numbers. The GCF of 28 and 36 is…

Can be written as a fraction

Cannot be written as a fraction. (Pi & square root of 2)

Least Common Multiple

the smallest multiple shared by two numbers.... The least common…

Greatest Common Factor

Largest factor shared by two numbers. The GCF of 28 and 36 is…

Commutative Property (addition)

Associative Property (addition)

Identity Property (addition)

Inverse (addition)

a+b=b+a/ 3+5=5+3 (order changes)

(a+b)+c = a+(b+c) (3+4)+5=3+ (4+5) (grouping)

(a+0)=a

5+(-5)=0

Commutative Property (addition)

a+b=b+a/ 3+5=5+3 (order changes)

Associative Property (addition)

(a+b)+c = a+(b+c) (3+4)+5=3+ (4+5) (grouping)

Indirect proof

direct proof

inductive reasoning

exhaustive proof

A proof in which the statement to be proved is assumed to be f…

a proof that makes no use of assumptions... a proof that p -> q…

reasoning based on patterns you observe... the process of reason…

a proof that establishes a result by checking a list of all po…

Indirect proof

A proof in which the statement to be proved is assumed to be f…

direct proof

a proof that makes no use of assumptions... a proof that p -> q…

percent change

tax, markup, discount singular

proportions

simple interest

((F-I)/I)*100; F-final, I=initial

I.V. + (I.V.)(P) or I.V. - (I.V.)(P); where I.V.= initial valu…

percent change

((F-I)/I)*100; F-final, I=initial

tax, markup, discount singular

I.V. + (I.V.)(P) or I.V. - (I.V.)(P); where I.V.= initial valu…

Cardinal Numbers

Ordinal Numbers

Multiplying Exponents

Dividing Exponents

Numbers that tell how many (1,2,3,etc.)

Numbers that tell about order (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.)

a^n x a^m=a^n+m

a^n/a^m=a^n-m

Cardinal Numbers

Numbers that tell how many (1,2,3,etc.)

Ordinal Numbers

Numbers that tell about order (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.)

whole numbers

cardinal numbers

ordinal numbers

irrational numbers

numbers you use to tell how many. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,......

tell how many, for example there are 9 players on the field in…

tell about order. 1st, 2nd, 9th

cannot be written as a fraction; the most famous irrational nu…

whole numbers

numbers you use to tell how many. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,......

cardinal numbers

tell how many, for example there are 9 players on the field in…

commutative property... (of addition and m…

associative property... (of addition and m…

distributive property... (of addition and…

additive identity

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…

a(b*c) = ab + ac

adding zero to the number does not change it... EXAMPLE: a + 0 = a

commutative property... (of addition and m…

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

associative property... (of addition and m…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…

whole numbers

cardinal numbers

ordinal numbers

place value

numbers that tell how many... 0,1,2,3,4,5 infinite

tell how many (ex. 9 players)

tell what order (ex. 1st, 13th, ect)

value of a digit depends on the place it occupies... -millions, h…

whole numbers

numbers that tell how many... 0,1,2,3,4,5 infinite

cardinal numbers

tell how many (ex. 9 players)

reflexive property

segment bisection

midpoint

segment trisection

a segment or angle is always congruent to itself

a point, segment, ray, or line that divides a segment into 2 c…

the point where a segment is bisected; cuts the segment into 2…

two points, segments, rays, lines, or any combination thereof…

reflexive property

a segment or angle is always congruent to itself

segment bisection

a point, segment, ray, or line that divides a segment into 2 c…

percent change

tax, markup, discount singular

proportions

simple interest

((F-I)/I)*100; F-final, I=initial

I.V. + (I.V.)(P) or I.V. - (I.V.)(P); where I.V.= initial valu…

percent change

((F-I)/I)*100; F-final, I=initial

tax, markup, discount singular

I.V. + (I.V.)(P) or I.V. - (I.V.)(P); where I.V.= initial valu…

whole numbers

cardinal numbers

ordinal numbers

place value

numbers that tell how many... 0,1,2,3,4,5 infinite

tell how many (ex. 9 players)

tell what order (ex. 1st, 13th, ect)

value of a digit depends on the place it occupies... -millions, h…

whole numbers

numbers that tell how many... 0,1,2,3,4,5 infinite

cardinal numbers

tell how many (ex. 9 players)

whole numbers

ordinal numbers

an exponent shows

a^n x a ^m =... 7^8 x 7^5=

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6....... the numbers you use to tell how many... in…

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th...... tell us about order

how many times a factor appears

a^ n+m... 7^13

whole numbers

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6....... the numbers you use to tell how many... in…

ordinal numbers

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th...... tell us about order

factor

greatest common factor

least common multiple

distributive property

number that divides a value evenly is called

The Greatest Number between two values is called

The smallest common term between two values is called

Multiplying outside value with inside terms. 3->(4+4x)= 12+12x…

factor

number that divides a value evenly is called

greatest common factor

The Greatest Number between two values is called

cardinal numbers

ordinal numbers

rational numbers

Irrational numbers

numbers such as 1,9, and 18. Tell how many

numbers that tell the order. Ex: 1st, 2nd, 9th, 18th

integer in the numerator and denominator written as a fraction…

cannot be written as fractions with an integer in the numerato…

cardinal numbers

numbers such as 1,9, and 18. Tell how many

ordinal numbers

numbers that tell the order. Ex: 1st, 2nd, 9th, 18th

Cardinal numbers

Ordinal numbers

Place value

Exponents

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.

Millions Hundred Thousands Ten Thousands Thousands Hundreds Te…

3^5 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 243

Cardinal numbers

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.

Ordinal numbers

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.

reflexive property

segment bisection

midpoint

segment trisection

a segment or angle is always congruent to itself

a point, segment, ray, or line that divides a segment into 2 c…

the point where a segment is bisected; cuts the segment into 2…

two points, segments, rays, lines, or any combination thereof…

reflexive property

a segment or angle is always congruent to itself

segment bisection

a point, segment, ray, or line that divides a segment into 2 c…

integers

composite numbers

rational number

irrational number

whole numbers including zero

any whole number that is not a prime number

include all integers, decimals, and actions

can't be written as fractions or decimals because the number o…

integers

whole numbers including zero

composite numbers

any whole number that is not a prime number

commutative property... (of addition and m…

associative property... (of addition and m…

distributive property... (of addition and…

additive identity

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…

a(b*c) = ab + ac

adding zero to the number does not change it... EXAMPLE: a + 0 = a

commutative property... (of addition and m…

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

associative property... (of addition and m…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…

Cardinal numbers

Ordinal numbers

Rational numbers

Irrational numbers

counting numbers ... 1,2,3,4

Ordering by numbering... 1st,2nd,3rd,4th

terminate or repeat

cannot be written as a fraction, doesn't end, doesn't terminate

Cardinal numbers

counting numbers ... 1,2,3,4

Ordinal numbers

Ordering by numbering... 1st,2nd,3rd,4th

commutative property... (of addition and m…

associative property... (of addition and m…

distributive property... (of addition and…

additive identity

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…

a(b*c) = ab + ac

adding zero to the number does not change it... EXAMPLE: a + 0 = a

commutative property... (of addition and m…

states that the order of the numbers when adding or multiplyin…

associative property... (of addition and m…

states that the grouping of numbers when adding or multiplying…