# Math Vocabulary

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EQUIVALENTS Quiz

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EQUIVALENTS Quiz

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NAME: _____________________________ DATE: __________ Period:___

EQUIVALENTS YOU NEED TO KNOW (QUIZZES TO FOLLOW)

1      60    Seconds in a Minute              14    36    Inches in a Yard
2      60    Minutes in an Hour               15    3     Feet in a Yard
3      24    Hours in a Day                   16   5280   Feet in a Mile
4       7    Days in a Week                   17   1760   Yards in a Mile
5      365   Days in a Year                   18    16    Ounces in a Pound
6      52    Weeks in a Year                  19   2000   Pounds in a Ton
7      12    Months in a Year                 20    40    Hours in a Regular Work Week
8       4    Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup           21    3     Teaspoons in a Tablespoon
9       2    Cups in a Pint                   22   360    Degrees in a Circle
10      2    Pints in a Quart                 23   180    Degrees in a Triangle
11      4    Quarts in a Gallon               24   212    Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level
12     12    Inches in a Foot                 25    32    Freezing Temperature of Water
Time and a half wage =____                  Double time wage =_____ times the regular
13     1.5   times the regular WAGE           26    2     WAGE

NAME: _____________________________ DATE: __________ Period:___

EQUIVALENTS YOU NEED TO KNOW (QUIZZES TO FOLLOW)

1      60    Seconds in a Minute              14    36    Inches in a Yard
2      60    Minutes in an Hour               15    3     Feet in a Yard
3      24    Hours in a Day                   16   5280   Feet in a Mile
4       7    Days in a Week                   17   1760   Yards in a Mile
5      365   Days in a Year                   18    16    Ounces in a Pound
6      52    Weeks in a Year                  19   2000   Pounds in a Ton
7      12    Months in a Year                 20    40    Hours in a Regular Work Week
8       4    Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup           21    3     Teaspoons in a Tablespoon
9       2    Cups in a Pint                   22   360    Degrees in a Circle
10      2    Pints in a Quart                 23   180    Degrees in a Triangle
11      4    Quarts in a Gallon               24   212    Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level
12     12    Inches in a Foot                 25    32    Freezing Temperature of Water
Time and a half wage =____                  Double time wage =_____ times the regular
13     1.5   times the regular WAGE           26    2     WAGE
EQUIVALENTS QUIZ
NAME: ________________________________ DATE:_________________ Period:_______                                               EQUIVALENTS QUIZ KEY for 4 Jan 2007

1       Freezing Temperature of Water               14     Degrees in a Circle                                754   32     Freezing Temperature of Water                   979   360    Degrees in a Circle

2       Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup                      15     Double time wage =_____ times the regular _____    610    4     Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup                          636    2     Double time wage =_____ times the regular _____

3       Seconds in a Minute                         16     Cups in a Pint                                     876   60     Seconds in a Minute                             690    2     Cups in a Pint

4       Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level   17   Days in a Week                                       666   212    Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level       490    7     Days in a Week

5       Minutes in an Hour                          18   Yards in a Mile                                      133   60     Minutes in an Hour                              439   1760   Yards in a Mile

6       Quarts in a Gallon                          19   Inches in a Yard                                     300    4     Quarts in a Gallon                              371   36     Inches in a Yard

7       Pints in a Quart                            20     Hours in a Regular Work Week                       17     2     Pints in a Quart                                411   40     Hours in a Regular Work Week

8       Days in a Year                              21     Inches in a Foot                                   658   365    Days in a Year                                  444   12     Inches in a Foot

9       Feet in a Mile                              22   Pounds in a Ton                                      910   5280   Feet in a Mile                                  402   2000   Pounds in a Ton

10      Hours in a Day                              23   Degrees in a Triangle                                799   24     Hours in a Day                                  881   180    Degrees in a Triangle

11      Months in a Year                            24   Weeks in a Year                                      386   12     Months in a Year                                986   52     Weeks in a Year

12      Feet in a Yard                              25   Ounces in a Pound                                    349    3     Feet in a Yard                                  746   16     Ounces in a Pound

13      Teaspoons in a Tablespoon                   26   Time and a half wage =____ times the regular _____ 327      3     Teaspoons in a Tablespoon                       740   1.5    Time and a half wage =____ times the regular _____

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1       Freezing Temperature of Water               14     Degrees in a Circle

2       Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup                      15     Double time wage =_____ times the regular _____

3       Seconds in a Minute                         16     Cups in a Pint

4       Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level   17   Days in a Week

5       Minutes in an Hour                          18   Yards in a Mile

6       Quarts in a Gallon                          19   Inches in a Yard

7       Pints in a Quart                            20     Hours in a Regular Work Week

8       Days in a Year                              21     Inches in a Foot

9       Feet in a Mile                              22   Pounds in a Ton

10      Hours in a Day                              23   Degrees in a Triangle

11      Months in a Year                            24   Weeks in a Year

12      Feet in a Yard                              25   Ounces in a Pound

13      Teaspoons in a Tablespoon                   26   Time and a half wage =____ times the regular _____
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EQUIVALENTS QUIZ

1    Quarts in a Gallon

2    Freezing Temperature of Water

3    Pints in a Quart

4    Minutes in an Hour

5    Days in a Year

6    Months in a Year

7    Feet in a Mile

8    Seconds in a Minute

9    Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level

10   Teaspoons in a Tablespoon

11   Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup

12   Hours in a Day

13   Feet in a Yard

14   Days in a Week

15   Ounces in a Pound

16   Inches in a Foot

17   Inches in a Yard

18   Cups in a Pint

19   Time and a half wage =____ times the regular _____

20   Double time wage =_____ times the regular _____

21   Hours in a Regular Work Week

22   Degrees in a Triangle

23   Weeks in a Year

24   Degrees in a Circle

25   Pounds in a Ton

26   Yards in a Mile
Week 13

EQUIVALENTS QUIZ

576    4     Quarts in a Gallon

390   32     Freezing Temperature of Water

186    2     Pints in a Quart

158   60     Minutes in an Hour

100   365    Days in a Year

920   12     Months in a Year

551   5280   Feet in a Mile

426   60     Seconds in a Minute

36    212    Boiling Temperature of Water at Sea Level

273    3     Teaspoons in a Tablespoon

144    4     Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup

298   24     Hours in a Day

279    3     Feet in a Yard

617    7     Days in a Week

838   16     Ounces in a Pound

430   12     Inches in a Foot

979   36     Inches in a Yard

629    2     Cups in a Pint

435   1.5    Time and a half wage =____ times the regular _____

130    2     Double time wage =_____ times the regular _____

665   40     Hours in a Regular Work Week

307   180    Degrees in a Triangle

637   52     Weeks in a Year

77    360    Degrees in a Circle

885   2000   Pounds in a Ton

138   1760   Yards in a Mile
Week 13

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6/17/2012

NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                        NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                             Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Distributive Property     a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.                   912 Distributive Property.
m.          1        m.      Distributive Property     a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.

2 .            Operation                 b. The position a digit holds in a number.                       831 Operation
f.            2 .      f.     Operation                 b. The position a digit holds in a number.

3 .            Value                     c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.       266 Valuec.            3 .      c.     Value                     c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.
Numbers written in a long form to show the value of each                                                                         Numbers written in a long form to show the value of each
4 .            Rename                    d.                                                               299 Rename
g.             4 .      g.     Rename                    d.
digit.                                                                                                                           digit.
5 .            Quotient                  e. The reverse or inverse.                                       846 Quotient
l.            5 .      l.     Quotient                  e. The reverse or inverse.

6 .            Estimate                   f. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.         879 Estimate
p.            6 .      p.     Estimate                  f. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

7 .            Factors                   g. To give a new form that is equal to the original; rename.     270 Factors
j.            7 .      j.     Factors                   g. To give a new form that is equal to the original; rename.
The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does                                                                          The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does
8 .            Expanded Notation         h.                                                               605 Expanded Notation .
d.          8           d.     Expanded Notation         h.
not change the sum or product.                                                                                                   not change the sum or product.
The way numbers are grouped for addition or                                                                                      The way numbers are grouped for addition or multiplication
9 .            Dividend                   i.                                                              979 Dividend
n.            9 .      n.     Dividend                  i.
multiplication does not change the sum or product.                                                                               does not change the sum or product.
10 .            Opposite                   j. The numbers to be multiplied.                                559 Opposite
e.            10 .      e.     Opposite                  j. The numbers to be multiplied.

11 .            Associative Property      k. The result of multiplication.                                 624 Associative Property.
i.         11          i.     Associative Property      k. The result of multiplication.

12 .            Digit                      l. The answer to a division problem.                            535 Digit a.          12 .      a.     Digit                     l. The answer to a division problem.
Numbers within parentheses can be multiplied by the                                                                              Numbers within parentheses can be multiplied by the
13 .            Divisor                   m.                                                                28 Divisor
o.          13 .      o.     Divisor                  m.
same number.                                                                                                                     same number.
14 .            Commutative Property      n. The number to be divided.                                     857 Commutative Property
h.         14 .          h.     Commutative Property      n. The number to be divided.

15 .            Place                     o. The number by which you are dividing.                         992 Placeb.           15 .      b.     Place                     o. The number by which you are dividing.

16 .            Product                   p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.            480 Product
k.           16 .      k.     Product                   p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Distributive Property     a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.

2 .            Operation                 b. The position a digit holds in a number.

3 .            Value                     c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.
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4 .            Rename                    d.
digit.
5 .            Quotient                  e. The reverse or inverse.

6 .            Estimate                   f. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

7 .            Factors                   g. To give a new form that is equal to the original; rename.
The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does
8 .            Expanded Notation         h.
not change the sum or product.
The way numbers are grouped for addition or
9 .            Dividend                   i.
multiplication does not change the sum or product.
10 .            Opposite                   j. The numbers to be multiplied.

11 .            Associative Property      k. The result of multiplication.

12 .            Digit                      l. The answer to a division problem.

13 .            Divisor                   m. Numbers within parentheses can be multiplied by the
same number.
14 .            Commutative Property      n. The number to be divided.

15 .            Place                     o. The number by which you are dividing.

16 .            Product                   p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.

6/17/2012
MC Ch 2 Wk 1

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1.             Open Statement            a. Branch of mathematics that uses letters and numbers.
A statement in mathematics that usually includes numbers,
2.             Evaluate                  b.
variables, and symbols. 4 X 3, 4x - 2
3.             Formula                    c. A combination of symbols used to state a rule. A= lw

4.             Reciprocal                d. To find the value of an expression.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
5.             Algebraic Model           e.
operation and a variable. 3x
6.             Expression                 f. A sentence that is neither true nor false.

7.             Algebra                   g. A number statement with an equal sign
A number that when multiplied with another number has a
8.             Algebraic Expression      h.
product of 1. 1/2 X 2 = 1, 1/2 and 2 are reciprocals.
A group of numbers, shapes, colors, and so on that repeats
9.             Pattern                    i.
in such a way that the next item can be guessed.
10 .            Equation                   j. The formula for a pattern.

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1.             Open Statement            a. Branch of mathematics that uses letters and numbers.
A statement in mathematics that usually includes numbers,
2.             Evaluate                  b.
variables, and symbols. 4 X 3, 4x - 2
3.             Formula                    c. A combination of symbols used to state a rule. A= lw

4.             Reciprocal                d. To find the value of an expression.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
5.             Algebraic Model           e.
operation and a variable. 3x
6.             Expression                 f. A sentence that is neither true nor false.

7.             Algebra                   g. A number statement with an equal sign
A number that when multiplied with another number has a
8.             Algebraic Expression      h.
product of 1. 1/2 X 2 = 1, 1/2 and 2 are reciprocals.
A group of numbers, shapes, colors, and so on that repeats
9.             Pattern                    i.
in such a way that the next item can be guessed.
10 .            Equation                   j. The formula for a pattern.

MC Ch 2 Wk 1
MC Ch 2 Wk 1

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Statement 1 .
977 Open f.                     f.    Open Statement             a.

d.
497 Evaluate           2.       d.    Evaluate                   b.

c.
614 Formula            3.       c.    Formula                    c.

h.
868 Reciprocal         4.       h.    Reciprocal                 d.

j.
844 Algebraic Model 5 .         j.    Algebraic Model            e.

b.
449 Expression         6.       b.    Expression                 f.

a.
526 Algebra            7.       a.    Algebra                    g.

e.          8.
28 Algebraic Expression        e.    Algebraic Expression       h.

i.
954 Pattern            9.       i.    Pattern                    i.

g.
309 Equation          10 .      g.    Equation                   j.

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MC Ch 2 Wk 1
MC Ch 2 Wk 1

ms to their definitions.
Branch of mathematics that uses letters and numbers.
A statement in mathematics that usually includes numbers,
variables, and symbols. 4 X 3, 4x - 2
A combination of symbols used to state a rule. A= lw

To find the value of an expression.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one operation
and a variable. 3x
A sentence that is neither true nor false.

A number statement with an equal sign
A number that when multiplied with another number has a
product of 1. 1/2 X 2 = 1, 1/2 and 2 are reciprocals.
A group of numbers, shapes, colors, and so on that repeats
in such a way that the next item can be guessed.
The formula for a pattern.

MC Ch 2 Wk 1
Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions.
NAME: _______________ Period______ definitions
Match the following terms to their

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1.             Evaluate                   a. To find the value of an expression.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
2.             Algebraic Expression       b.
operation and a variable. 3x
3.             Divisor                    c. The number by which you are dividing.

4.             Rename                     d. To give a new form that is equal to the original; rename.

5.             Equation                   e. A number statement with an equal sign
Numbers within parentheses can be multiplied by the
6.             Distributive Property      f.
same number.
Numbers written in a long form to show the value of each
7.             Expanded Notation          g.
digit.
A number that when multiplied with another number has a
8.             Reciprocal                 h.
product of 1. 1/2 X 2 = 1, 1/2 and 2 are reciprocals.
9.             Opposite                   i. The reverse or inverse.

10 .            Algebraic Model            j. The formula for a pattern.
The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does
11 .            Commutative Property       k.
not change the sum or product.
12 .            Quotient                   l. The answer to a division problem.
A group of numbers, shapes, colors, and so on that
13 .            Pattern                   m.
repeats in such a way that the next item can be guessed.
14 .            Estimate                   n. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.
The way numbers are grouped for addition or
15 .            Associative Property       o.
multiplication does not change the sum or product.
16 .            Value                      p. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.

17 .            Dividend                   q. The number to be divided.

18 .            Formula                    r. A combination of symbols used to state a rule. A= lw

19 .            Product                    s. The result of multiplication.

20 .            Digit                      t. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.
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their definitions.

To find the value of an expression.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
operation and a variable. 3x
The number by which you are dividing.

To give a new form that is equal to the original; rename.

A number statement with an equal sign
Numbers within parentheses can be multiplied by the
same number.
Numbers written in a long form to show the value of each
digit.
A number that when multiplied with another number has a
product of 1. 1/2 X 2 = 1, 1/2 and 2 are reciprocals.
The reverse or inverse.

The formula for a pattern.
The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does
not change the sum or product.
The answer to a division problem.
A group of numbers, shapes, colors, and so on that
repeats in such a way that the next item can be guessed.
A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.
The way numbers are grouped for addition or
multiplication does not change the sum or product.
The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.

The number to be divided.

A combination of symbols used to state a rule. A= lw

The result of multiplication.

Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.
MCON Ch 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6/17/2012

NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                            NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                                 Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Decimal point             a. A number that has a decimal point in it.                                   b.
323 Decimal point      1 .      b.     Decimal point             a. A number that has a decimal point in it.
A period that separates digits representing numbers that are                                                                         A period that separates digits representing numbers that are
2 .            Fraction                  b.                                                                             f.
912 Fraction           2 .      f.     Fraction                  b.
one or more from those that are less than one.                                                                                       one or more from those that are less than one.
The product of multiplying any number by itself once or                                                                              The product of multiplying any number by itself once or
3 .            Terminating Decimal        c.                                                                           k.          3
304 Terminating Decimal.        k.     Terminating Decimal       c.
many times.                                                                                                                          many times.
4 .            Denominator               d. A product of multiplying 10 by itself one or more times.                  h.
682 Denominator        4 .      h.     Denominator               d. A product of multiplying 10 by itself one or more times.

5 .            Power                     e. Part per hundred; hundredths.                                             c
904 Power .            5 .      c.     Power                     e. Part per hundred; hundredths.

6 .            Repeating Decimal          f. Part of a whole number, such as 2/3                                      j.          6
774 Repeating Decimal .         j.     Repeating Decimal         f. Part of a whole number, such as 2/3
The number of parts that are used; the number above the                                                                                The number of parts that are used; the number above the
7 .            Decimal expansion         g.                                                                            i.         7
849 Decimal expansion .         i.     Decimal expansion         g.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                          fraction bar.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                                 The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
8 .            Decimal                    h.                                                                           a.
13 Decimal            8 .      a.     Decimal                   h.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                          fraction bar.
9 .            Power of 10                i. Writing a fraction as a decimal.                                         d.
823 Power of 10        9 .      d.     Power of 10               i. Writing a fraction as a decimal.

10 .            Numerator                  j. A decimal in which one or more digits repeats.                           g.
753 Numerator         10 .      g.     Numerator                 j. A decimal in which one or more digits repeats.
A decimal that ends in unending, or infinite, number of
11 .            Percent                    k. A decimal that ends in unending, or infinite, number of zeros.            e.
928 Percent           11 .      e.     Percent                   k.
zeros.

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Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Decimal point             a. A number that has a decimal point in it.
A period that separates digits representing numbers that are
2 .            Fraction                  b.
one or more from those that are less than one.
The product of multiplying any number by itself once or
3 .            Terminating Decimal        c.
many times.
4 .            Denominator               d. A product of multiplying 10 by itself one or more times.

5 .            Power                     e. Part per hundred; hundredths.

6 .            Repeating Decimal          f. Part of a whole number, such as 2/3
The number of parts that are used; the number above the
7 .            Decimal expansion         g.
fraction bar.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
8 .            Decimal                    h.
fraction bar.
9 .            Power of 10                i. Writing a fraction as a decimal.

10 .            Numerator                  j. A decimal in which one or more digits repeats.

11 .            Percent                    k. A decimal that ends in unending, or infinite, number of zeros.

MCON Ch 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6/17/2012
Chapter 4 Vocabulary
(Math Concepts)

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Ability to be divided by some whole number without a
1.             Prime Factors             a.
remainder.
A whole number greater than 1 that has only 1 and itself as
2.             Prime Factorization       b.
factors.
Greatest Common
3.                                        c. A whole number that is not a prime number.
Divisor (GCD)
4.             Divisibility              d. The largest factor that two or more number have in common.
Greatest Common
5.                                       e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
Factor (GCF)
An expression showing a composite number as a product of
6.             Base                       f.
its prime factors
The prime numbers that when multiplied together equal a
7.             Composite Number          g.
specific composite number.
Least Common
8.                                       h. The smallest number divisible by all the numbers in a group.
Multiple
A number written as a product of a number between 1 and
9.             Scientific Notation        i.
10 and a power of 10
Number that tells how many times another number is a
10 .            Prime Number               j.
factor
11 .            Exponent                   k. The number being multiplied; a factor.

NAME: _____________________ DATE:____________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
Ability to be divided by some whole number without a
1.             Prime Factors             a.
remainder.
A whole number greater than 1 that has only 1 and itself as
2.             Prime Factorization       b.
factors.
Greatest Common
3.                                        c. A whole number that is not a prime number.
Divisor (GCD)
4.             Divisibility              d. The largest factor that two or more number have in common.
Greatest Common
5.                                       e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
Factor (GCF)
An expression showing a composite number as a product of
6.             Base                       f.
its prime factors
The prime numbers that when multiplied together equal a
7.             Composite Number          g.
specific composite number.
Least Common
8.                                       h. The smallest number divisible by all the numbers in a group.
Multiple
A number written as a product of a number between 1 and
9.             Scientific Notation        i.
10 and a power of 10
Number that tells how many times another number is a
10 .            Prime Number               j.
factor
11 .            Exponent                   k. The number being multiplied; a factor.

Chapter 4 Vocabulary
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Chapter 4 Vocabulary
(Math Concepts)

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Factors
180 Primeg.            1.       g.    Prime Factors               a.

Factorization .
195 Primef.           2         f.    Prime Factorization         b.
Greatest Common
d.          .      (GCD)
142 Greatest Common3Divisor d.                                    c.
Divisor (GCD)
a.
628 Divisibility       4.       a.    Divisibility                d.
Greatest Common
e.          .      e.
842 Greatest Common5Factor (GCF)                                  e.
Factor (GCF)
721 Base k.            6.       k.    Base                        f.

c.        7
67 Composite Number .          c.    Composite Number            g.
Least Common
Common Multiple
32 Leasth.      8.             h.                                h.
Multiple
i.
867 Scientific Notation9 .      i.    Scientific Notation         i.

Number 10 .
608 Primeb.                     b.    Prime Number                j.

j.
430 Exponent          11 .      j.    Exponent                    k.

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Chapter 4 Vocabulary
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Chapter 4 Vocabulary
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their definitions.
Ability to be divided by some whole number without a
remainder.
A whole number greater than 1 that has only 1 and itself as
factors.
A whole number that is not a prime number.
The largest factor that two or more number have in
common.
The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
An expression showing a composite number as a product
of its prime factors
The prime numbers that when multiplied together equal a
specific composite number.
The smallest number divisible by all the numbers in a
group.
A number written as a product of a number between 1 and
10 and a power of 10
Number that tells how many times another number is a
factor
The number being multiplied; a factor.

Chapter 4 Vocabulary
(Math Concepts)
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                          Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Math Choncepts Chapter 5 Vocabulary

1 .      a.    Fraction                   a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.                                a.
652 Fraction           1 .      a.     Fraction                  a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.

2 .      b.    Numerator                  b. The number above the fraction line.                               b.
1 Numerator          2 .      b.     Numerator                 b. The number above the fraction line.

3 .      c.    Denominator                c. The number below the fraction line.                               c.
311 Denominator        3 .      c.     Denominator               c. The number below the fraction line.
Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole                                                                          Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole
4 .      d.    Rational Number            d.                                                                    d.
681 Rational Number 4 .         d.     Rational Number           d.
numbers and b is not equal to zero.                                                                                           numbers and b is not equal to zero.
5 .      e.    Equivalent Fraction        e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.            e.           5
742 Equivalent Fraction .       e.     Equivalent Fraction       e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.
Fundmental Law of             The value of a fraction does not change when each part                                                                       The value of a fraction does not change when each part
6 .      f.                               f.                                                           383 Fundmental Law of Fractions
f.         6 .       f.                                 f.
Fundmental Law of Fractions
Fractions                     is multiplied by the same number.                                                                                            is multiplied by the same number.
A fraction in which the numberator is less than the                                                                          A fraction in which the numberator is less than the
7 .      g.    Proper Fraction            g.                                                                    g.
503 Proper Fraction 7 .         g.     Proper Fraction         g.
denominator.                                                                                                                 denominator.
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger                                                                      A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction          h.                                                                    h.
536 Improper Fraction8 .        h.     Improper Fraction       h.
than the denominator.                                                                                                        than the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.            767 Mixedi.Number      9 .      i.     Mixed Number              i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                            A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.                                                                    j.
149 Simplest Form 10 .          j.     Simplest Form             j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                               numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.                                     k.
703 Real Number       11 .      k.     Real Number               k. Any number on the number line.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                          l.          12
201 Simplify a Fraction .       l.     Simplify a Fraction       l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.             m.
557 Rename            13 .     m.      Rename                   m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x,                                                                               The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x,
14 .      n.    Reciprocal                 n.                                                                    n.
912 Reciprocal        14 .      n.     Reciprocal                n.
sometimes called the multiplicative inverse.                                                                                  sometimes called the multiplicative inverse.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions
Math Choncepts Chapter 5 Vocabulary

1 .      a.    Fraction                   a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.

2 .      b.    Numerator                  b. The number above the fraction line.

3 .      c.    Denominator                c. The number below the fraction line.
Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole
4 .      d.    Rational Number            d.
numbers and b is not equal to zero.
5 .      e.    Equivalent Fraction        e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.
Fundmental Law of             The value of a fraction does not change when each part
6 .      f.                               f.
Fractions                     is multiplied by the same number.
A fraction in which the numberator is less than the
7 .      g.    Proper Fraction            g.
denominator.
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction          h.
than the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x,
14 .      n.    Reciprocal                 n.
sometimes called the multiplicative inverse.
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                         NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                              Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Fraction                   a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.                              Fraction
518      a.           1 .      a.     Fraction                  a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.

2 .            Denominator                b. The number above the fraction line.                                    c.
607 Denominator       2 .      c.     Denominator               b. The number above the fraction line.

3 .            Simplest Form              c. The number below the fraction line.                                     j.
413 Simplest Form     3 .      j.     Simplest Form             c. The number below the fraction line.
Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole                                                                               Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole
4 .            Rename                     d.                                                                        m.
705 Rename            4 .     m.      Rename                    d.
numbers and b is not equal to zero.                                                                                                numbers and b is not equal to zero.
5 .            Improper Fraction          e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.                 h.
53 Improper Fraction 5 .      h.     Improper Fraction         e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.
The value of a fraction does not change when each part is                                                                         The value of a fraction does not change when each part is
6 .            Simplify a Fraction        f.                                                                          l.           6
677 Simplify a Fraction .      l.     Simplify a Fraction        f.
multiplied by the same number.                                                                                                    multiplied by the same number.
A fraction in which the numberator is less than the                                                                               A fraction in which the numberator is less than the
7 .            Rational Number            g.                                                                         d.
575 Rational Number 7 .        d.     Rational Number           g.
denominator.                                                                                                                      denominator.
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than                                                                      A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .            Numerator                  h.                                                                        b.
730 Numerator         8 .      b.     Numerator                 h.
the denominator.                                                                                                                  the denominator.
9 .            Equivalent Fraction        i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.                          e.           9
17 Equivalent Fraction .      e.     Equivalent Fraction        i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                                 A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Mixed Number               j.                                                                          Number 10 .
991 Mixedi.                    i.     Mixed Number               j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                                    numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.                                          k.
865 Real Number      11 .      k.     Real Number               k. Any number on the number line.

12 .            Reciprocal                 l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                               n.
561 Reciprocal       12 .      n.     Reciprocal                 l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.
Fundmental Law of
13 .                                      m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.                  f.         of .      f.
634 Fundmental Law 13 Fractions                               m.
Fundmental Law of Fractions To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
Fractions
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes                                                                          The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .            Proper Fraction            n.                                                                         g.
190 Proper Fraction 14 .       g.     Proper Fraction           n.
called the multiplicative inverse.                                                                                                 called the multiplicative inverse.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Fraction                   a. Part of a whole number such as 1/2.

2 .            Denominator                b. The number above the fraction line.

3 .            Simplest Form              c. The number below the fraction line.                               Print Quiz Key                       Make a New Quiz

Any number in the form a/b in which a and b ar whole
4 .            Rename                     d.
numbers and b is not equal to zero.
5 .            Improper Fraction          e. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.
The value of a fraction does not change when each part is
6 .            Simplify a Fraction        f.
multiplied by the same number.
A fraction in which the numberator is less than the
7 .            Rational Number            g.
denominator.
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .            Numerator                  h.
the denominator.
9 .            Equivalent Fraction        i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Mixed Number               j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.

12 .            Reciprocal                 l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .            Fundmental Law of         m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
Fractions
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .            Proper Fraction            n.
called the multiplicative inverse.
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                     NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                               Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Math Choncepts Chapter 6 Vocabulary

A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a                                                                        A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a
1 .      a.    Ratio                     a.                                                                 406 Ratio a.           1 .      a.     Ratio                     a.
fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)                                                                                                        fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)
A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of                                                                             A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of
2 .      b.    Proportion                b.                                                                          b.
759 Proportion         2 .      b.     Proportion                b.
the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0                                                                                    the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0
The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction                                                                           The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction
3 .      c.    Cross product             c.                                                                           product
356 Crossc.            3 .      c.     Cross product             c.
with the numerator of another                                                                                                       with the numerator of another
4 .      d.    Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities                             115 Rate d.            4 .      d.     Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .      e.    Scale Drawing             e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept                      Drawing
908 Scalee.            5 .      e.     Scale Drawing             e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size                                                                         The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .      f.    Dimension                  f.                                                                        f.
599 Dimension          6 .      f.     Dimension                 f.
of an object                                                                                                                        of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real                                                                          The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real
7 .      g.    Scale                     g.                                                                 164 Scaleg.            7 .      g.     Scale                     g.
object                                                                                                                              object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than                                                                        A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction         h.                                                                          h.
62 Improper Fraction 8 .       h.     Improper Fraction         h.
the denominator.                                                                                                                    the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.                           Number
966 Mixedi.            9 .      i.     Mixed Number              i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                                 A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.                                                                         j.
365 Simplest Form 10 .          j.     Simplest Form             j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                                    numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.                                          k.
976 Real Number       11 .      k.     Real Number               k. Any number on the number line.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                                l.          12
763 Simplify a Fraction .       l.     Simplify a Fraction       l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.                  m.
386 Rename            13 .     m.      Rename                   m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes                                                                          The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .      n.    Reciprocal                 n.                                                                         n.
928 Reciprocal        14 .      n.     Reciprocal                n.
called the multiplicative inverse.                                                                                                 called the multiplicative inverse.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
Math Choncepts Chapter 6 Vocabulary

A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a
1 .      a.    Ratio                     a.
fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)
A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of
2 .      b.    Proportion                b.
the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0
The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction
3 .      c.    Cross product              c.
with the numerator of another
4 .      d.    Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .      e.    Scale Drawing             e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .      f.    Dimension                  f.
of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real
7 .      g.    Scale                     g.
object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction         h.
the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Real Number                k. Any number on the number line.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .      n.    Reciprocal                 n.
called the multiplicative inverse.
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                          NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                               Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a                                                                        A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a
1 .            Simplest Form             a.                                                                          j.
99 Simplest Form      1 .      j.     Simplest Form             a.
fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)                                                                                                        fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)
A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of                                                                             A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of
2 .            Scale                     b.                                                                 991 Scaleg.            2 .      g.     Scale                     b.
the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0                                                                                    the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0
The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction                                                                           The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction
3 .            Mixed Number              c.                                                                           Number
324 Mixedi.            3 .      i.     Mixed Number              c.
with the numerator of another                                                                                                       with the numerator of another
4 .            Simplify a Fraction       d. Ratio between two unlike quantities                                       l.           4
336 Simplify a Fraction .       l.     Simplify a Fraction       d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .            Proportion                e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept                     b.
315 Proportion         5 .      b.     Proportion                e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size                                                                         The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .            Dimension                  f.                                                                        f.
262 Dimension          6 .      f.     Dimension                 f.
of an object                                                                                                                        of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing and the                                                                               The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing and the real
7 .            Scale Drawing             g.                                                                           Drawing
256 Scalee.            7 .      e.     Scale Drawing             g.
real object                                                                                                                         object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than                                                                        A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .            Rate                      h.                                                                 570 Rate d.            8 .      d.     Rate                      h.
the denominator.                                                                                                                    the denominator.
9 .            Rename                     i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.                         m.
614 Rename             9 .     m.      Rename                     i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                                 A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Improper Fraction          j.                                                                         h.         10
652 Improper Fraction .         h.     Improper Fraction         j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                                    numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Reciprocal                 k. Any number on the number line.                                          n.
587 Reciprocal        11 .      n.     Reciprocal                k. Any number on the number line.

12 .            Cross product              l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                                product
654 Crossc.           12 .      c.     Cross product              l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .            Real Number               m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.                   k.
294 Real Number       13 .      k.     Real Number              m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes                                                                          The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .            Ratio                      n.                                                                313 Ratio a.          14 .      a.     Ratio                     n.
called the multiplicative inverse.                                                                                                 called the multiplicative inverse.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
A Comparison of two like quantities written in the form of a
1 .            Simplest Form             a.
fraction a/b or a:b (a to b)
A statement made up of two equal ratios; a statement of
2 .            Scale                     b.
the form a/b=c/d where b is not 0 and d is not 0
The result of multiplying the denominator of one fraction         Print Quiz Key                        Make a New Quiz
3 .            Mixed Number               c.
with the numerator of another
4 .            Simplify a Fraction       d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .            Proportion                e. A picture in which the relative sizes have been kept
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .            Dimension                  f.
of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing and the
7 .            Scale Drawing             g.
real object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .            Rate                      h.
the denominator.
9 .            Rename                     i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Improper Fraction          j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Reciprocal                 k. Any number on the number line.

12 .            Cross product              l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .            Real Number               m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
The reciprocal of any non-zero number X is 1/x, sometimes
14 .            Ratio                      n.
called the multiplicative inverse.
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                    NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                              Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Math Choncepts Chapter 7 Vocabulary

1 .      a.    Order of Operations       a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations                  of        1
233 Ordera. Operations .        a.     Order of Operations       a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations

2 .      b.    Variable                  b. A letter representing an unknown number                                 b.
767 Variable           2 .      b.     Variable                  b. A letter representing an unknown number

3 .      c.    Substitute                 c. To put a number in place of a variable                                 c.
917 Substitute         3 .      c.     Substitute                c. To put a number in place of a variable

4 .      d.    Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities                            611 Rate d.            4 .      d.     Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities
Greatest Common                                                                                                                    Greatest Common
5 .      e.                              e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.                     e.        5 .      e.
542 Greatest Common Factor (GCF)                                 e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
Factor (GCF)                                                                                                                       Factor (GCF)
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size                                                                        The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .      f.    Dimension                 f.                                                                        f.
645 Dimension          6 .      f.     Dimension                 f.
of an object                                                                                                                       of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real                                                                         The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real
7 .      g.    Scale                     g.                                                                704 Scaleg.            7 .      g.     Scale                     g.
object                                                                                                                             object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than                                                                       A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction         h.                                                                         h.
784 Improper Fraction 8 .       h.     Improper Fraction         h.
the denominator.                                                                                                                   the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.                          Number
506 Mixedi.            9 .      i.     Mixed Number              i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                                A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.                                                                        j.
911 Simplest Form 10 .          j.     Simplest Form             j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                                   numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Equivalent Fraction        k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.                k.          11
137 Equivalent Fraction .       k.     Equivalent Fraction       k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                               l.          12
839 Simplify a Fraction .       l.     Simplify a Fraction       l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.                 m.
51 Rename            13 .     m.      Rename                   m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one                                                                                 A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
14 .      n.    Algebraic Model            n.                                                                        j.
773 Algebraic Model 14 .        n.     Algebraic Model           n.
operation and a variable. 3x                                                                                                      operation and a variable. 3x

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
Math Choncepts Chapter 7 Vocabulary

1 .      a.    Order of Operations       a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations

2 .      b.    Variable                  b. A letter representing an unknown number

3 .      c.    Substitute                 c. To put a number in place of a variable

4 .      d.    Rate                      d. Ratio between two unlike quantities
Greatest Common
5 .      e.                              e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
Factor (GCF)
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size
6 .      f.    Dimension                  f.
of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real
7 .      g.    Scale                     g.
object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .      h.    Improper Fraction         h.
the denominator.
9 .      i.    Mixed Number               i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .      j.    Simplest Form              j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .      k.    Equivalent Fraction        k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.

12 .      l.    Simplify a Fraction        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .      m.    Rename                    m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
14 .      n.    Algebraic Model            n.
operation and a variable. 3x
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                          Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Simplest Form             a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations             j.
236 Simplest Form      1 .      j.     Simplest Form             a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations

2 .            Dimension                 b. A letter representing an unknown number                            f.
789 Dimension          2 .      f.     Dimension                 b. A letter representing an unknown number

3 .            Scale                      c. To put a number in place of a variable                     19 Scaleg.            3 .      g.     Scale                     c. To put a number in place of a variable

4 .            Variable                  d. Ratio between two unlike quantities                                 b.
747 Variable           4 .      b.     Variable                  d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .            Mixed Number              e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.                   Number
344 Mixed i.           5 .      i.     Mixed Number              e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the                                                                         The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the
6 .            Simplify a Fraction        f.                                                                    l.           6
126 Simplify a Fraction .       l.     Simplify a Fraction       f.
size of an object                                                                                                              size of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the                                                                          The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the
7 .            Equivalent Fraction       g.                                                                     k.           7
259 Equivalent Fraction .       k.     Equivalent Fraction       g.
real object                                                                                                                    real object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger                                                                        A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than
8 .            Rename                    h.                                                                    m.
118 Rename             8 .     m.      Rename                    h.
than the denominator.                                                                                                          the denominator.
9 .            Improper Fraction          i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.                     h.
723 Improper Fraction9 .        h.     Improper Fraction         i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the                                                                            A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Rate                       j.                                                           423 Rate d.           10 .      d.     Rate                      j.
numerator and denominator is 1.                                                                                               numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Algebraic Model            k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.            n.
227 Algebraic Model 11 .        n.     Algebraic Model           k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.

12 .            Order of Operations        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.                           of       12
620 Ordera. Operations .        a.     Order of Operations       l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.
Greatest Common
13 .                                      m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.              e.      13 .      e.                          (GCF)
186 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factorm. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
Factor (GCF)
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one                                                                             A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
14 .            Substitute                n.                                                                     c.
915 Substitute        14 .      c.     Substitute                n.
operation and a variable. 3x                                                                                                  operation and a variable. 3x

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Simplest Form             a. Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations

2 .            Dimension                 b. A letter representing an unknown number

3 .            Scale                      c. To put a number in place of a variable                                                   Print Quiz Key                         Make a New Quiz

4 .            Variable                  d. Ratio between two unlike quantities

5 .            Mixed Number              e. The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the
6 .            Simplify a Fraction        f.
size of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the
7 .            Equivalent Fraction       g.
real object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger
8 .            Rename                    h.
than the denominator.
9 .            Improper Fraction          i. A whole number and a proper fraction together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the
10 .            Rate                       j.
numerator and denominator is 1.
11 .            Algebraic Model            k. A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.

12 .            Order of Operations        l. To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.

13 .            Greatest Common           m. To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
Factor (GCF)
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one
14 .            Substitute                n.
operation and a variable. 3x
1       1

2               3       4

2           5

6                                   7

3

8

4
9

10

5/11         12                         6

7                                                           13

14

8

9

Across                                           2 The position a digit holds in a
number.
1   The answer to a subtraction problem.             3 The worth of a digit based on its
position in a number.
2   Repeated addition                                4 Repeated subtraction

3   Any one of the symbols                           5 Answer to a multiplication problem.
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.
4   A number that tells how many times               6 The answer to a division problem
another number is used as a factor

5   The number obtained by dividing the              7 Straight up and down.
sum of two or more quantities by the
6   Parallel to the horizon.                         8 To express in a form that is equal to
the original
7   Answers obtained by multiplying a                 9 The first whole number.
8   The number by which you are dividing.            10 The number to be divided.

9   The set of numbers                               11 A number that is added to one or
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…                          more numbers.
12 Amount left over when dividing

1   A careful guess; a close or nearly               14 Sequence from smallest to largest.
Across
Simplest Form
Dimension
Scale
Variable
Mixed Number
Simplify a Fraction
Equivalent Fraction
Rename
Improper Fraction
Rate
Algebraic Model
Order of Operations
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Substitute

SIMPLESTFORM
Rules that tell the order in which to do the operations
A letter representing an unknown number
To put a number in place of a variable
Ratio between two unlike quantities
The largest factor of two or more numbers or terms.
The measure, such as length, width, and height, of the size of an object
The ratio between the dimensions of a drawing the the real object
A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or larger than the denominator.
whole numbers and proper fractions together.
A fraction in which the only commmon factor of the numerator and denominator is 1.
A fraction that has the same value as another fraction.
To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.
To give a new form that is equal to the original form.
A statement in mathematics that uses at least one operation and a variable. 3x
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                     NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                          Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Vertical                  a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.                905 Vertical
k.           1 .      k.     Vertical                  a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.

2 .            Dividend                  b. The position a digit holds in a number.                    443 Dividend
n.            2 .      n.     Dividend                  b. The position a digit holds in a number.

3 .            Addend                     c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.    99 Addend
f.             3 .      f.     Addend                    c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.

4 .            Place                     d. The set of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…              724 Placeb.            4 .      b.     Place                     d. The set of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…

5 .            Divisor                   e. Answer to a multiplication problem.                        169 Divisor
o.            5 .      o.     Divisor                   e. Answer to a multiplication problem.

6 .            Sum                        f. A number that is added to one or more numbers.            373 Sum h.             6 .      h.     Sum                       f. A number that is added to one or more numbers.

7 .            Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.                         438 Orderg.            7 .      g.     Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.

8 .            Zero                      h. The answer to an addition problem                          556 Zero i.            8 .      i.     Zero                      h. The answer to an addition problem

9 .            Estimate                   i. The first whole number.                                   756 Estimate
p.            9 .      p.     Estimate                  i. The first whole number.

10 .            Product                    j. Parallel to the horizon.                                  789 Product
e.           10 .      e.     Product                   j. Parallel to the horizon.

11 .            Whole Numbers              k. Straight up and down.                                             d.
49 Whole Numbers11 .           d.     Whole Numbers             k. Straight up and down.

12 .            Quotient                   l. The answer to a subtraction problem.                       91 Quotient
m.            12 .      m.     Quotient                  l. The answer to a subtraction problem.

13 .            Horizontal                m. The answer to a division problem                           236 Horizontal
j.           13 .      j.     Horizontal               m. The answer to a division problem

14 .            Difference                n. The number to be divided.                                  726 Difference
l.          14 .      l.     Difference                n. The number to be divided.

15 .            Digit                     o. The number by which you are dividing.                      986 Digit a.          15 .      a.     Digit                     o. The number by which you are dividing.

16 .            Value                     p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.         848 Valuec.           16 .      c.     Value                     p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.

741 Rename                             Rename                       To express in a form that is equal to the original
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                      984 Factor                             Factor                       Number that is multiplied in a multiplication problem
845 Average                            Average                      The number obtained by dividing the sum of two or more quantities by the number of quantities.
Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions                                             916 Exponent                           Exponent                     A number that tells how many times another number is used as a factor
1 .            Vertical                  a. Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.

2 .            Dividend                  b. The position a digit holds in a number.

3 .            Addend                     c. The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.      Print Quiz Key                        Make a New Quiz

4 .            Place                     d. The set of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…

5 .            Divisor                   e. Answer to a multiplication problem.

6 .            Sum                        f. A number that is added to one or more numbers.

7 .            Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.

9 .            Estimate                   i. The first whole number.

10 .            Product                    j. Parallel to the horizon.

11 .            Whole Numbers              k. Straight up and down.

12 .            Quotient                   l. The answer to a subtraction problem.

13 .            Horizontal                m. The answer to a division problem

14 .            Difference                n. The number to be divided.

15 .            Digit                     o. The number by which you are dividing.

16 .            Value                     p. A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.
Name:____________________                                                                                                                                                                                                       Period:_______
Basic Math Vocab 1
Date:_____________________

Across
d   i       f        f e r e n                 c e                                1 Difference The answer to a subtraction problem.
s                                                                         R
p                                t   v                   d                                  3 Digit       Any one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.
pm u l t           i                l i c a t                 i o n                              4 Exponent A number that tells how many times another number is used as a factor
q             r    a                                m   l                   v     v                            5 Average     The number obtained by dividing the sum of two or more quantities by the number of quantities.
u             o    c                                a   u                   i     e                            6 Horizontal Parallel to the horizon.
o             d    e                                t   e                   s     r                                          Answers obtained by multiplying a factor by a digit in the other factor
7 Partial Products
t             u                                     e     d                 i g i t                            8 Divisor     The number by which you are dividing.
i         r   c                                                             o     i                                       The
9 Whole Numbersset of numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…
e x p o n e n t                                                             n     c
n         n                                               z                       a                              Down
t         a                                               e                       l                            1 Estimate    A careful guess; a close or nearly correct answer.
m                                               r   d                                                2 Place       The position a digit holds in a number.
a v e r a g e     h                                         o r i z o n t a                   l                  3 Value       The worth of a digit based on its position in a number.
d     e                                                         v                                                4 division    Repeated subtraction
d     m                                                         i                                                5 Product     Answer to a multiplication problem.
e   p a r t i a l p                                         r o d u c t s                                        6 Quotient    The answer to a division problem
n     i                                                         e       u                                        7 Vertical    Straight up and down.
d     n           o                                             n       m                                        8 Rename      To express in a form that is equal to the original
d i v i s o r                                             d                                                9 Zero        The first whole number.
e           d                                                                                             10 Dividend    The number to be divided.

r   w h o l e                                         n u m b e r s                                       11 Addend      A number that is added to one or more numbers.

r                                                                                             12 Remainder Amount left over when dividing
14 Order       Sequence from smallest to largest.

1                            1

2                                          3        4

2                         5

6                                                                                   7
Factor      Number that is multiplied in a multiplication problem

3

8

4

9

10

5/11           12                                6

7                                                                          13

14

8

9

Across                                                          2 The position a digit holds in a
number.
1   The answer to a subtraction problem.                            3 The worth of a digit based on its
position in a number.
2   Repeated addition                                               4 Repeated subtraction
3   Any one of the symbols                                          5 Answer to a multiplication problem.
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0.
4   A number that tells how many times                              6 The answer to a division problem
another number is used as a factor
5   The number obtained by dividing the                             7 Straight up and down.
sum of two or more quantities by the
number of quantities.
6   Parallel to the horizon.                                        8 To express in a form that is equal to
the original
7   Answers obtained by multiplying a                               9 The first whole number.
factor by a digit in the other factor
8    The number by which you are dividing.                         10 The number to be divided.
9   The set of numbers                                             11 A number that is added to one or
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11…                                        more numbers.
12 Amount left over when dividing
1   A careful guess; a close or nearly                             14 Sequence from smallest to largest.
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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.

1.              Prime Factorization       a. The product of a given number and a whole number.
Greatest Common
2.                                        b. Without end or limit.
Factor (GCF)
3.              Prime Number              c. Any whole number which has only 1 and itself as facotrs
Least Common
4.                                        d. A number with more than two factors.
Multiple (LCM)
5.              Divisible                 e. Able to be divided without a remainder.

6.              Multiples                 f. Able to be divided evenly.

7.              Common Factors            g. A number shown as the product of its prime numbers.

8.              Composite Number          h. Smallest number that two numbers will divide.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers that divide evenly
9.              Infinite                  i.
into both numbers.
10 .             Divisibility              j. Largest factor of two numbers.

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions

1.              Prime Factorization       a. The product of a given number and a whole number.
Greatest Common
2.                                        b. Without end or limit.
Factor (GCF)
3.              Prime Number              c. Any whole number which has only 1 and itself as facotrs
Least Common
4.                                        d. A number with more than two factors.
Multiple (LCM)
5.              Divisible                 e. Able to be divided without a remainder.

6.              Multiples                 f. Able to be divided evenly.

7.              Common Factors            g. A number shown as the product of its prime numbers.

8.              Composite Number          h. Smallest number that two numbers will divide.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers that divide evenly
9.              Infinite                  i.
into both numbers.
10 .             Divisibility              j. Largest factor of two numbers.

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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Factorization .
571 Primeg.           1           g.     Prime Factorization       a.

j.          .      j.                          b.
347 Greatest Common2Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

Number
679 Primec.              3.       c.     Prime Number              c.

Common Multiple (LCM)
909 Leasth.       4.        h.                                   d.
Least Common Multiple (LCM)

e.
226 Divisible            5.       e.     Divisible                 e.

a.
855 Multiples            6.       a.     Multiples                 f.

i.
871 Common Factors 7 .            i.     Common Factors            g.

d.         8
476 Composite Number .            d.     Composite Number          h.

b
418 Infinite .           9.       b.     Infinite                   i.

f.
476 Divisibility        10 .      f.     Divisibility               j.

NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.

1.       j.                            a.
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

2.       d.     Composite Number          b.

3.       i.     Common Factors            c.

4.       e.     Divisible                 d.

5.       c.     Prime Number              e.

6.       h.                             f.
Least Common Multiple (LCM)

7.       b.     Infinite                  g.

8.       a.     Multiples                 h.

9.       g.     Prime Factorization        i.

10 .      f.     Divisibility               j.

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ms to their definitions.
The product of a given number and a
whole number.
Without end or limit.
Any whole number which has only 1 and
itself as facotrs
A number with more than two factors.

Able to be divided without a remainder.

Able to be divided evenly.
A number shown as the product of its                       Make a New Quiz
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prime numbers.
Smallest number that two numbers will
divide.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers
that divide evenly into both numbers.
Largest factor of two numbers.

ms to their definitions.

The product of a given number and a
whole number.
Without end or limit.
Any whole number which has only 1 and
itself as facotrs
A number with more than two factors.

Able to be divided without a remainder.

Able to be divided evenly.
A number shown as the product of its
prime numbers.
Smallest number that two numbers will
divide.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers
that divide evenly into both numbers.
Largest factor of two numbers.

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BMII Ch III Lsns 1-8

NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                           NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
c. Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
Denominator
1 .              Mixed Number             a. Part of a whole number.                                         178 Mixedi.Number      1 .      i.     Mixed Number              a. Part of a whole number.

2 .              Numerator                b. The number of parts that are used; the number above the                 b.
476 Numerator          2 .      b.     Numerator                 b. The number of parts that are used; the
fraction bar.                                                                                                                       number above the fraction bar.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                              The number of parts to the whole; the
3 .              Simplify                 c.                                                                         h.
222 Simplify           3 .      h.     Simplify                  c.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                       number below the fraction bar.
The answer obtained by multiplying the denominator of                                                                               The answer obtained by multiplying the
4 .              Improper Fraction        d.                                                                          j.
393 Improper Fraction 4 .       j.     Improper Fraction         d.
one fraction by the numberator of another.                                                                                          denominator of one fraction by the
5 .              Denominator              e. Larger than. >                                                          c.
996 Denominator        5 .      c.     Denominator               e. Larger than. >

6 .              Cross product             f. Smaller than. <                                                          product
610 Crossd.            6 .      d.     Cross product             f. Smaller than. <
A fraction in which the numerator and denominator have                                                                             A fraction in which the numerator and     Print Quiz Key   Make a New Quiz
7 .              Greater Than             g.                                                                          e.
621 Greater Than       7 .      e.     Greater Than              g.
no common factor greater than one.                                                                                                 denominator have no common factor
8 .              Fraction                 h. To express in simplest form.                                              a.
456 Fraction           8 .      a.     Fraction                  h. To express in simplest form.

9 .              Simplest Form             i. A number composed of a whole number and a fraction.             62 Simplest Form
g.             9 .      g.     Simplest Form             i. A number composed of a whole number
and a fraction.
A fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its                                                                       A fraction with its numerator equal to or
10 .              Less Than                 j.                                                                         f.
685 Less Than         10 .      f.     Less Than                 j.
denomintor.                                                                                                                      greater than its denomintor.

NAME: _______________ DATE: ________Period______                                                                             NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions
Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .              Mixed Number             a. Part of a whole number.
The number of parts that are used; the number above the                                                                           The product of a given number and a
2 .              Numerator                b.                                                                                        1 .      j.                             a.
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
fraction bar.                                                                                                                     whole number.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
3 .              Simplify                 c.                                                                                        2 .      d.     Composite Number          b. Without end or limit.
fraction bar.
The answer obtained by multiplying the denominator of                                                                                 Any whole number which has only 1 and
4 .              Improper Fraction        d.                                                                                        3 .      i.     Common Factors            c.
one fraction by the numberator of another.                                                                                            itself as facotrs
5 .              Denominator              e. Larger than. >                                                                         4 .      e.     Divisible                 d. A number with more than two factors.

6 .              Cross product             f. Smaller than. <                                                                       5 .      c.     Prime Number              e. Able to be divided without a remainder.
A fraction in which the numerator and denominator have
7 .              Greater Than             g.                                                                                        6 .      h.                             f. Able to be divided evenly.
Least Common Multiple (LCM)
no common factor greater than one.
A number shown as the product of its
8 .              Fraction                 h. To express in simplest form.                                                           7 .      b.     Infinite                  g.
prime numbers.
Smallest number that two numbers will
9 .              Simplest Form             i. A number composed of a whole number and a fraction.                                   8 .      a.     Multiples                 h.
divide.
A fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its                                                                       For any two numbers, alll the numbers
10 .              Less Than                 j.                                                                                       9 .      g.     Prime Factorization       i.
denomintor.                                                                                                                      that divide evenly into both numbers.
10 .      f.     Divisibility              j. Largest factor of two numbers.

BMII Ch III Lsns 1-8
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                        NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                             Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Divisible                 a. Positions to the right of the decimal                        174 Divisible
p.            1 .      p.     Divisible                 a. Positions to the right of the decimal
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied                                                                           A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
2 .            Sum                       b.                                                              961 Sum h.              2 .      h.     Sum                       b.
by a power of ten                                                                                                                 by a power of ten
3 .            Cross product             c. A product of multiplying ten by itself one or more times     857 Crosso.
product       3 .      o.     Cross product             c. A product of multiplying ten by itself one or more times
Shows the opposite of a power of a number; used to                                                                                Shows the opposite of a power of a number; used to
4 .            Decimal Places            d.                                                                       a.
359 Decimal Places 4 .           a.     Decimal Places            d.
express smaller numbers                                                                                                           express smaller numbers
5 .                                   e. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)                                                                       i.       5 .       i.                          (GCF)
307 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor e. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats

f.              6 .      f.     Addend                    f. A number that is added to one or more numbers.

7 .            Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.                           498 Orderg.             7 .      g.     Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.

8 .            Common Factors            h. The answer to an addition problem                                   k.
832 Common Factors 8 .           k.     Common Factors            h. The answer to an addition problem

9 .            Improper Fraction          i. Largest factor of two numbers.                                      m.
466 Improper Fraction9 .        m.      Improper Fraction         i. Largest factor of two numbers.

10 .            Power of Ten               j. A number with more than two factors.                        907 Power of Ten
c.             10 .      c.     Power of Ten              j. A number with more than two factors.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers that divide evenly                                                                          For any two numbers, alll the numbers that divide evenly
11 .            Scientific Notation       k.                                                              159 Scientific Notation .
b.           11         b.     Scientific Notation       k.
into both numbers.                                                                                                                into both numbers.
12 .            Negative Exponent          l. To express in simplest form.                                104 Negative Exponent .
d.         12            d.     Negative Exponent         l. To express in simplest form.
A fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its                                                                        A fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its
13 .            Composite Number          m.                                                              972 Composite Number .
j.       13              j.     Composite Number         m.
denomintor.                                                                                                                       denomintor.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                            The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
14 .            Repeating Decimal         n.                                                               61 Repeating Decimal .
e.          14            e.     Repeating Decimal         n.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                     fraction bar.
The answer obtained by multiplying the denominator of                                                                             The answer obtained by multiplying the denominator of
15 .            Simplify                  o.                                                              168 Simplify
l.           15 .      l.     Simplify                  o.
one fraction by the numberator of another.                                                                                        one fraction by the numberator of another.
16 .            Denominator               p. Able to be divided without a remainder.                      803 Denominator
n.             16 .      n.     Denominator               p. Able to be divided without a remainder.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Divisible                 a. Positions to the right of the decimal
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
2 .            Sum                       b.
by a power of ten
3 .            Cross product             c. A product of multiplying ten by itself one or more times        Print Quiz Key                         Make a New Quiz

Shows the opposite of a power of a number; used to
4 .            Decimal Places            d.
express smaller numbers
5 .                                   e. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

6 .            Addend                     f. A number that is added to one or more numbers.

7 .            Order                     g. Sequence from smallest to largest.

9 .            Improper Fraction          i. Largest factor of two numbers.

10 .            Power of Ten               j. A number with more than two factors.
For any two numbers, alll the numbers that divide evenly
11 .            Scientific Notation       k.
into both numbers.
12 .            Negative Exponent          l. To express in simplest form.

13 .            Composite Number          m. A fraction with its numerator equal to or greater than its
denomintor.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
14 .            Repeating Decimal         n.
fraction bar.
The answer obtained by multiplying the denominator of
15 .            Simplify                  o.
one fraction by the numberator of another.
16 .            Denominator               p. Able to be divided without a remainder.
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                  NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                            Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .      a.    Ratio                      a. Comparison of two numbers using division.                   536 Ratioa.            1 .      a.     Ratio                     a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .      b.    Comparison                 b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.               155 Comparison
b.             2 .      b.     Comparison                b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.
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3 .      c.    Fractional Form            c. Expressed as a fraction.                                    715 Fractional Form 3 .
c.                    c.     Fractional Form           c. Expressed as a fraction.

4 .      d.    Proportion                 d. Two equal ratios.                                           870 Proportion
d.            4 .      d.     Proportion                d. Two equal ratios.

5 .      e.    Unknown Term               e. The missing number in a proportion.                         197 Unknown Term
e.             5 .      e.     Unknown Term              e. The missing number in a proportion.

6 .      f.     n                         f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.               646   n   f.           6 .      f.      n                        f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.

7 .      g.    Mixture                    g. Combination of two or more items.                           344 Mixture
g.            7 .      g.     Mixture                   g. Combination of two or more items.

8 .      h.    Sprocket                   h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.                      246 Sprocket
h.            8 .      h.     Sprocket                  h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.

9 .      i.    Conversion                 i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.         682 Conversion
i.             9 .      i.     Conversion                i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .      j.    Currency                   j. Money                                                       514 Currency
j.           10 .      j.     Currency                  j. Money
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                          The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .      k.    Denominator                k.                                                              95 Denominator
k.            11 .      k.     Denominator               k.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                   fraction bar.
12 .      l.                            l. Largest factor of two numbers.
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)                                                              244 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
l.      12 .       l.                           l. Largest factor of two numbers.
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied                                                                         A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
13 .      m.    Scientific Notation       m.                                                               61 Scientific Notation .
m.           13       m.      Scientific Notation      m.
by a power of ten                                                                                                               by a power of ten
14 .      n.    Order                      n. Sequence from smallest to largest.                          274 Ordern.           14 .      n.     Order                     n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .      o.    Decimal Places             o. Positions to the right of the decimal                       331 Decimal Places 15 .
o.                      o.     Decimal Places            o. Positions to the right of the decimal

16 .      p.    Repeating Decimal          p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats           624 Repeating Decimal .
p.        16            p.     Repeating Decimal         p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .      a.    Ratio                      a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .      b.    Comparison                 b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.
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3 .      c.    Fractional Form            c. Expressed as a fraction.                                       Print Quiz Key                        Make a New Quiz

4 .      d.    Proportion                 d. Two equal ratios.

5 .      e.    Unknown Term               e. The missing number in a proportion.

6 .      f.     n                         f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.

7 .      g.    Mixture                    g. Combination of two or more items.

8 .      h.    Sprocket                   h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.

9 .      i.    Conversion                 i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .      j.    Currency                   j. Money
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .      k.    Denominator                k.
fraction bar.
12 .      l.                            l. Largest factor of two numbers.
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

13 .      m.    Scientific Notation       m. A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
by a power of ten
14 .      n.    Order                      n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .      o.    Decimal Places             o. Positions to the right of the decimal

16 .      p.    Repeating Decimal          p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                       NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                            Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Repeating Decimal         a. Comparison of two numbers using division.                    837 Repeating Decimal .
p.         1            p.     Repeating Decimal        a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .            Ratio                     b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.                374 Ratio a.           2 .      a.     Ratio                    b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.

3 .                                   c. Expressed as a fraction.
Greatest Common Factor (GCF)                                                                       l.       3 .       l.                          (GCF)
627 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor c. Expressed as a fraction.

4 .            Unknown Term              d. Two equal ratios.                                            389 Unknown Term
e.             4 .      e.     Unknown Term             d. Two equal ratios.

5 .             n                        e. The missing number in a proportion.                            1   n   f.           5 .      f.      n                       e. The missing number in a proportion.

6 .            Conversion                 f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.               889 Conversion
i.            6 .      i.     Conversion                f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.

7 .            Proportion                g. Combination of two or more items.                            897 Proportion
d.            7 .      d.     Proportion               g. Combination of two or more items.

8 .            Comparison                h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.                       166 Comparison
b.              8 .      b.     Comparison               h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.

9 .            Denominator                i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.          71 Denominator
k.             9 .      k.     Denominator               i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .            Mixture                    j. Money                                                       492 Mixture
g.           10 .      g.     Mixture                   j. Money
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                          The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .            Currency                   k.                                                             400 Currency
j.           11 .      j.     Currency                  k.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                   fraction bar.
12 .            Scientific Notation        l. Largest factor of two numbers.                              565 Scientific Notation .
m.           12       m.      Scientific Notation       l. Largest factor of two numbers.
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied                                                                         A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
13 .            Order                     m.                                                              768 Ordern.           13 .      n.     Order                    m.
by a power of ten                                                                                                               by a power of ten
14 .            Sprocket                  n. Sequence from smallest to largest.                           174 Sprocket
h.           14 .      h.     Sprocket                 n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .            Decimal Places            o. Positions to the right of the decimal                                o.
22 Decimal Places 15 .         o.     Decimal Places           o. Positions to the right of the decimal

16 .            Fractional Form           p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats                      c.
210 Fractional Form 16 .        c.     Fractional Form          p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Repeating Decimal         a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .            Ratio                     b. Examining two numbers to see which is larger.

3 .            Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
c. Expressed as a fraction.                                           Print Quiz Key                           Make a New Quiz

4 .            Unknown Term              d. Two equal ratios.

5 .             n                        e. The missing number in a proportion.

6 .            Conversion                 f. A letter used to stand for an unknown number.

7 .            Proportion                g. Combination of two or more items.

8 .            Comparison                h. A wheel with teeth that pulls a chain.

9 .            Denominator                i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .            Mixture                    j. Money
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .            Currency                   k.
fraction bar.
12 .            Scientific Notation        l. Largest factor of two numbers.

13 .            Order                     m. A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
by a power of ten
14 .            Sprocket                  n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .            Decimal Places            o. Positions to the right of the decimal

16 .            Fractional Form           p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats
NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______                                                                 NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                            Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .      a.    Ratio                      a. Comparison of two numbers using division.                   453 Ratioa.            1 .      a.     Ratio                     a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .      b.    List Price                 b. Regular price of an item.                                             b.
245 List Price         2 .      b.     List Price                b. Regular price of an item.
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3 .      c.    Sale Price                 c. Reduced price of an item.                                            c.
541 Sale Price         3 .      c.     Sale Price                c. Reduced price of an item.

4 .      d.    Proportion                 d. Two equal ratios.                                                    d.
886 Proportion         4 .      d.     Proportion                d. Two equal ratios.

5 .      e.    Percentage                 e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.               e.
605 Percentage         5 .      e.     Percentage                e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.

6 .      f.    Discount Rate              f. Percent that the price is reduced.                                   f.
991 Discount Rate      6 .      f.     Discount Rate             f. Percent that the price is reduced.

7 .      g.    Discount                   g. A reduction made from the regular price.                             g.
901 Discount           7 .      g.     Discount                  g. A reduction made from the regular price.

8 .      h.    Base                       h. The amount you are taking a part or percent of.             584 Base h.            8 .      h.     Base                      h. The amount you are taking a part or percent of.

9 .      i.    Conversion                 i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.                 i.
101 Conversion         9 .      i.     Conversion                i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .      j.    Percent                    j. Part per one hundred.                                                j.
481 Percent           10 .      j.     Percent                   j. Part per one hundred.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the                                                                          The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .      k.    Denominator                k.                                                                     k.
477 Denominator       11 .      k.     Denominator               k.
fraction bar.                                                                                                                   fraction bar.
Greatest Common
12 .      l.                               l. Largest factor of two numbers.                                       l.      12 .       l.                           l. Largest factor of two numbers.
359 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Factor (GCF)
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied                                                                         A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
13 .      m.    Scientific Notation       m.                                                                       m.           13
733 Scientific Notation .      m.      Scientific Notation      m.
by a power of ten.                                                                                                              by a power of ten.
14 .      n.    Order                      n. Sequence from smallest to largest.                          ### Ordern.           14 .      n.     Order                     n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .      o.    Decimal Places             o. Percent.                                                            o.
519 Decimal Places 15 .         o.     Rate                      o. Percent.

16 .      p.    Repeating Decimal          p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.                  p.        16
818 Repeating Decimal .         p.     Repeating Decimal         p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .      a.    Ratio                      a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .      b.    List Price                 b. Regular price of an item.
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3 .      c.    Sale Price                 c. Reduced price of an item.                                      Print Quiz Key                        Make a New Quiz

4 .      d.    Proportion                 d. Two equal ratios.

5 .      e.    Percentage                 e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.

6 .      f.    Discount Rate              f. Percent that the price is reduced.

7 .      g.    Discount                   g. A reduction made from the regular price.

8 .      h.    Base                       h. The amount you are taking a part or percent of.

9 .      i.    Conversion                 i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .      j.    Percent                    j. Part per one hundred.
The number of parts to the whole; the number below the
11 .      k.    Denominator                k.
fraction bar.
Greatest Common
12 .      l.                               l. Largest factor of two numbers.
Factor (GCF)
13 .      m.    Scientific Notation       m. A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
by a power of ten.
14 .      n.    Order                      n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .      o.    Decimal Places             o. Percent.

16 .      p.    Repeating Decimal          p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.
NAME: _______________ Period______                                                                                      NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.                                                             Instructions: Match the following terms to their definitions.
1 .            Discount                  a. Comparison of two numbers using division.                            g.
881 Discount             1 .      g.     Discount                  a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .            Conversion                b. Regular price of an item.                                            i.
535 Conversion           2 .      i.     Conversion                b. Regular price of an item.

3 .            List Price                c. Reduced price of an item.                                             b.
84 List Price           3 .      b.     List Price                c. Reduced price of an item.

4 .            Ratio                     d. Two equal ratios.                                            24 Ratio a.             4 .      a.     Ratio                     d. Two equal ratios.

5 .            Base                      e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.       897 Base h.              5 .      h.     Base                      e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.

6 .            Decimal Places             f. Percent that the price is reduced.                                  o.
746 Decimal Places       6 .      o.     Decimal Places            f. Percent that the price is reduced.

7 .            Scientific Notation       g. A reduction made from the regular price.                             m.
918 Scientific Notation7 .       m.      Scientific Notation       g. A reduction made from the regular price.
Greatest Common
8 .                                      h. The amount you are taking a part or percent of.                      l.        8 .      l.                           h. The
667 Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Greatest Common Factor (GCF) amount you are taking a part or percent of.
Factor (GCF)
9 .            Percent                    i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.                 j.
264 Percent              9 .      j.     Percent                    i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .            Sale Price                 j. Part per one hundred.                                               c.
279 Sale Price          10 .      c.     Sale Price                j. Part per one hundred.

11 .            Proportion                k. Ratio between to unlike quantities.                                  d.
21 Proportion          11 .      d.     Proportion                k. Ratio between to unlike quantities.

12 .            Order                      l. Largest factor of two numbers.                             331 Ordern.             12 .      n.     Order                      l. Largest factor of two numbers.
A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied                                                                          A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
13 .            Rate                      m.                                                             317 Rate k.             13 .      k.     Rate                     m.
by a power of ten.                                                                                                               by a power of ten.
14 .            Percentage                n. Sequence from smallest to largest.                                  e.
63 Percentage          14 .      e.     Percentage                n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .            Discount Rate             o. Position to the right of the decimal point.                          f.
840 Discount Rate       15 .      f.     Discount Rate             o. Position to the right of the decimal point.

16 .            Repeating Decimal         p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.                  p.         16
905 Repeating Decimal .           p.     Repeating Decimal         p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.

NAME: _______________ Date: ______________ Period______

Instructions:Match the following terms to their definitions
1 .            Discount                  a. Comparison of two numbers using division.

2 .            Conversion                b. Regular price of an item.

3 .            List Price                c. Reduced price of an item.                                      Print Quiz Key                          Make a New Quiz

4 .            Ratio                     d. Two equal ratios.

5 .            Base                      e. Result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent.

6 .            Decimal Places             f. Percent that the price is reduced.

7 .            Scientific Notation       g. A reduction made from the regular price.
Greatest Common
8 .                                      h. The amount you are taking a part or percent of.
Factor (GCF)
9 .            Percent                    i. Change from one unit of measure to a different one.

10 .            Sale Price                 j. Part per one hundred.

11 .            Proportion                k. Ratio between to unlike quantities.

12 .            Order                      l. Largest factor of two numbers.

13 .            Rate                      m. A number between one and ten, including one, multiplied
by a power of ten.
14 .            Percentage                n. Sequence from smallest to largest.

15 .            Discount Rate             o. Position to the right of the decimal point.

16 .            Repeating Decimal         p. A decimal where the same series of digits repeats.
Name:__________                                 Algebra Vocabulary
Matching
Date: __________

Instructions: Fill in the blank with the letter of the corresponding definition.
Principle used to get a sum of zero or to change a
1.                                            a.
Absolute Value                          subtraction problem into an addition problem.
2.                                            b.    Shorthand for a word rule
3.                                            c.    The answer to a division problem.
Algebraic Expression
4.                                            d.    A variable, a number, or combination of the two
Associative Property
5.                                            e.    Used to divide fractions
Coefficient
Problems give the same answer when grouped differently
6.                                            f.
Commutative Property                    (addition and multiplication only)
7.                                            g.    An expression with a variable and at least one operation.
Composite Numbers
8.                                            h.    How many times the base is used as a factor
Difference
9.                                             i.   To find the value, to solve
Distributive Property
10 .                                             j.   The operation that "undoes" another operation.
Evaluate
11 .                                            k.    The answer to a subtraction problem.
Exponent
12 .                                             l.   Numbers divisible only by themselves and one
Formula
The product is the same when numbers are added before
13 .                                           m.
Inverse (operation)                     multiplied as when they are multiplied separately then
14 .                                            n.    Two factors whose product is 1
Invert and Multiply
15 .                                            o.    The distance around the outside of an object
Order of Operations
16 .                                            p.    A term with an exponent
Perimeter
17 .                                            q.    The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term
Power
18 .                                            r.    PEMDAS
Prime Numbers
19 .                                            s.    The answer to a multiplication problem.
Product
20 .                                            t.    The numerical factor in front of a variable
Quotient
22 .                                            v.    Problems give the same answer backwards and forwards.
Reciprocal
23 .                                            c.    The distance of a number from zero.
Sum
24 .                                            x.    Numbers with factors other than themselves and one
Term
25 .                                            y.    A letter that represents one or more numbers
Variable
Name:__________         Algebra Vocabulary
Matching
Date: __________

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45

45

96

29

11

62

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20

18

29

16

8

38

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57

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Name:__________                                Algebra Vocabulary
Matching
Date: __________

Instructions: Find the definition of the numbered term. Put the letter of the definition in the blank
space provided.

1 ________ Variable                   a A letter that represents one or more numbers

2 ________ Perimeter                  b A term with an exponent

3 ________ Algebraic Expression       c A variable, a number, or combination of the two

4 ________ Evaluate                   d An expression with a variable and at least one operation.

5 ________ Order of Operations        e How many times the base is used as a factor

6 ________ Formula                    f   Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

7 ________ Power                      g Numbers with factors other than themselves and one

8 ________ Exponent                   h PEMDAS
Problems give the same answer backwards and forwards.
9 ________ Coefficient                I
Problems give the same answer when grouped differently
10 ________ Term                       j
11 ________ Reciprocal                 k Shorthand for a word rule

12 ________ Absolute Value             l   The answer to a division problem.

13 ________ Inverse (operation)        m The answer to a multiplication problem.

14 ________ Sum                        n The answer to a subtraction problem.

16 ________ Product                    p The distance around the outside of an object

17 ________ Quotient                   q The distance of a number from zero

18 ________ Add the Opposite           r   The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term

19 ________ Invert and Multiply        s The numerical factor in front of a variable

20 ________ Commutative Property t         The operation that "undoes" another operation.
The product is the same when numbers are added before
21 ________ Associative Property       u
multiplied as when they are multiplied separately then added
22 ________ Radical                    v To find the value, to solve

23 ________ Prime Numbers              w Two factors whose product is 1

24 ________ Composite Numbers          x Used to divide fractions
Principle used to get a sum of zero or to change a subtraction
25 ________ Distributive Property      y
Name:__________    Algebra Vocabulary
Matching
Date: __________

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Name:__________                                Algebra Vocabulary

Date: __________
Term                                 Definition                              Example
1.    Absolute Value          The distance of a number from zero.                              |-56| = 56
Principle used to get a sum of zero or to change a           23 - 5 = 23 + (-5)
subtraction problem into an addition problem.                      18=18
3.    Algebraic Expression    An expression with a variable and at least one operation.       x + 15 = 22
Problems give the same answer when grouped differently.       (4 + 3) + 7 = 14
4.    Associative Property
(addition and multiplication only)                            4+ (3 + 7) = 14
5.    Coefficient             The numerical factor in front of a variable                          6x
Problems give the same answer backwards and forwards.            4 * 5 = 20
6.    Commutative Property
(addition and multiplication only)                               5 * 4 = 20
7.    Composite Numbers       Numbers with factors other than themselves and one                6=2*3

8.    Difference              The answer to a subtraction problem.                             12 - 7 = 5
The product is the same when numbers are added before
3(2 + 3) = 15
9.    Distributive Property   multiplied as when they are multiplied separately then
3(2) + 3(3) = 15
10 .   Evaluate                To find the value, to solve.                                  Get an answer.

11 .   Exponent                How many times the base is used as a factor                   x3 = x   *   x   *   x
12 .   Formula                 Shorthand for a word rule                                   Area circle =πr 2
2+3=5
13 .   Inverse (operation)     The operation that "undoes" another operation.
5-3=2
2/3 ÷ 4/5 =
14 .   Invert and Multiply     Used to divide fractions
2/3 * 5/4
Order of
15 .   Order of Operations     PEMDAS
Operations
16 .   Perimeter               The distance around the outside of an object                  s + s+ s + s = P

17 .   Power                   A term with an exponent                                              x3
18 .   Prime Numbers           Numbers with factors of ONLY themselves and one              2,3,5,7,11,13,…

19 .   Product                 The answer to a multiplication problem                          3 * 8 = 24

20 .   Quotient                The answer to a division problem                                24 ÷ 8 = 3

21 .   Radical                 The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term                    √

22 .   Reciprocal              Two factors whose product is 1                                 3/8 * 8/3 = 1

23 .   Sum                     The answer to an addition problem                               8 + 7 = 15

24 .   Term                    A variable, a number, or a combination of the two              x , 15, 15x
25 .   Variable                A letter that represents one or more numbers                 x , or y , or k, for
example
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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Product                   a. How many times the base is used as a factor

2.            Invert and Multiply       b. Used to divide fractions

3.            Exponent                  c. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

4.            Inverse (operation)       d. Shorthand for a word rule

5.            Power                     e. PEMDAS

6.            Perimeter                  f. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

7.            Quotient                  g. How many times the base is used as a factor

8.            Prime Numbers             h. The distance around the outside of an object

9.            Formula                    i. The answer to a multiplication problem.

10 .           Order of Operations        j. The answer to a division problem.

NAME: _______________ Period______
Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Product                   a. How many times the base is used as a factor

2.            Invert and Multiply       b. Used to divide fractions

3.            Exponent                  c. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

4.            Inverse (operation)       d. Shorthand for a word rule

5.            Power                     e. PEMDAS

6.            Perimeter                  f. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

7.            Quotient                  g. Used to divide fractions

8.            Prime Numbers             h. The distance around the outside of an object

9.            Formula                    i. The answer to a multiplication problem.

10 .           Order of Operations        j. The answer to a division problem.

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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
The product is the same when numbers are added before
1.            Commutative Property      a.
multiplied as when they are multiplied separately then
2.            Composite Numbers         b. Shorthand for a word rule

3.            Difference                c. PEMDAS

4.            Distributive Property     d. The answer to a subtraction problem.

5.            Evaluate                  e. To find the value, to solve

6.            Exponent                   f. Numbers with factors other than themselves and one

7.            Formula                   g. Used to divide fractions

8.            Inverse (operation)       h. How many times the base is used as a factor

9.            Invert and Multiply        i. Problems give the same answer backwards and forwards.

10 .           Order of Operations        j. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

NAME: _______________ Period______
Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
The product is the same when numbers are added before
1.            Commutative Property      a.
multiplied as when they are multiplied separately then
2.            Composite Numbers         b. Shorthand for a word rule

3.            Difference                c. PEMDAS

4.            Distributive Property     d. The answer to a subtraction problem.

5.            Evaluate                  e. To find the value, to solve

6.            Exponent                   f. Numbers with factors other than themselves and one

7.            Formula                   g. Shorthand for a word rule

8.            Inverse (operation)       h. How many times the base is used as a factor

9.            Invert and Multiply        i. Problems give the same answer backwards and forwards.

10 .           Order of Operations        j. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Evaluate                  a. PEMDAS

2.            Exponent                  b. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

3.            Formula                   c. The distance around the outside of an object

4.            Inverse (operation)       d. How many times the base is used as a factor

5.            Invert and Multiply       e. The answer to a multiplication problem.

6.            Order of Operations        f. Used to divide fractions

7.            Perimeter                 g. To find the value, to solve

8.            Power                     h. Shorthand for a word rule

9.            Prime Numbers              i. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

10 .           Product                    j. A term with an exponent

NAME: _______________ Period______
Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Evaluate                  a. PEMDAS

2.            Exponent                  b. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

3.            Formula                   c. The distance around the outside of an object

4.            Inverse (operation)       d. How many times the base is used as a factor

5.            Invert and Multiply       e. The answer to a multiplication problem.

6.            Order of Operations        f. Used to divide fractions

7.            Perimeter                 g. The operation that "undoes" another operation.

8.            Power                     h. Shorthand for a word rule

9.            Prime Numbers              i. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

10 .           Product                    j. A term with an exponent

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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.

2.            Power                     b. The answer to a multiplication problem.

3.            Prime Numbers             c. Two factors whose product is 1

4.            Product                   d. A letter that represents one or more numbers

5.            Quotient                  e. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

6.            Radical                    f. The distance around the outside of an object

7.            Reciprocal                g. The answer to a division problem.

8.            Sum                       h. A term with an exponent

9.            Term                       i. A variable, a number, or combination of the two

10 .           Variable                   j. The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term

NAME: _______________ Period______
Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.

2.            Power                     b. The answer to a multiplication problem.

3.            Prime Numbers             c. Two factors whose product is 1

4.            Product                   d. A letter that represents one or more numbers

5.            Quotient                  e. Numbers divisible only by themselves and one

6.            Radical                    f. The distance around the outside of an object

7.            Reciprocal                g. The answer to a multiplication problem.

8.            Sum                       h. A term with an exponent

9.            Term                       i. A variable, a number, or combination of the two

10 .           Variable                   j. The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term

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NAME: _______________ Period______

Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Radical                   a. A variable, a number, or combination of the two

2.            Reciprocal                b. The distance of a number from zero.

3.            Sum                       c. The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term

5.            Variable                  e. An expression with a variable and at least one operation.

6.            Absolute Value             f. A letter that represents one or more numbers

7.            Adding the Opposite       g. The numerical factor in front of a variable
Problems give the same answer when grouped differently
8.            Algebraic Expression      h.
Principle used to get a sum of zero or to change a
9.            Associative Property       i.
subtraction problem into an addition problem.
10 .           Coefficient                j. Two factors whose product is 1

NAME: _______________ Period______
Instructions: Learn the following terms and be prepared to use them in your algebra class.
1.            Radical                   a. A variable, a number, or combination of the two

2.            Reciprocal                b. The distance of a number from zero.

3.            Sum                       c. The mathematical symbol used for the root of a term

5.            Variable                  e. An expression with a variable and at least one operation.

6.            Absolute Value             f. A letter that represents one or more numbers

7.            Adding the Opposite       g. The distance of a number from zero.
Problems give the same answer when grouped differently
8.            Algebraic Expression      h.
Principle used to get a sum of zero or to change a
9.            Associative Property       i.
subtraction problem into an addition problem.
10 .           Coefficient                j. Two factors whose product is 1

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