A model of multiplication that shows each place value product.

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Benchmark Fractions

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Fractions that are commonly used for estimation.

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Associative Property of Multiplication

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The product stays the same when the grouping of factors is changed. (a x b) x c= a x (b x c), where a, b, and c stand for any real numbers.

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Denomination

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The quantity below the line in a fraction. It tells the number of equal parts into which a whole is divided.

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Array

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An arrangement of objects in equal rows.

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Finite Decimal

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A decimal that contains a termination number of digits. Also called termination decimal.

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Coordinates

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An ordered pair of numbers that identify a point on a coordinate plane.

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Coordinate System

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Also known as a coordinate grid. A 2-dimensional system which the coordinates of a point are its distances from two intersection, usually perpendicular, straight lines called axes.

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Compose

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To put together, as in numbers or shapes.

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Equivalent Fraction

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Fractions that have the same value.

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Decimal

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A number with one or more digits to the right of a decimal point. Decimal is used as another name for decimal fraction.

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Factor

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An integer that divides evenly into another.

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Base of a Solid FIgure

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A base of a solid figure is usually thought of as a face upon which it can "sit." Most solid figured have more than one base.

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Commutative Property of Multiplication

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The produce stays the same when the order of factors is changed. a x b = b x a, where a and b are any real numbers.

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Distributive Property

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When one of the factors of a product is a sum, multiplying each addend before adding does not change the product.

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Data

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Information, especially numerical information. Usually organized for analysis.

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Customary System

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A system of measurement used in the U.S. The system includes units for measuring length, capacity, and weight.

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Decimal Point

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A dot separation the whole number for the fraction in a decimal notation.

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Base of an Exponent

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The number that is raised to a power. In 10^4, 10 is the base and 4 is the exponent. 10 is raised to the power of 4.

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Commutative Property of Addition

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The sum stays the same when the order of addends is changed. a + b = b +a, where a and b are any real numbers.

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Estimate

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A number close to an exact amount, and estimate tells about how much.

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Decompose

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To separate into components or basic elements.

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Cubic Unit

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A unit such as a cubic meter to measure volume or capacity.

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Addend

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Any number being added.

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Brackets

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A type of grouping symbol used in pairs that tells what operation to complete first.

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Improper Fraction

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A fraction where the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator.

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Less than

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Less than is used to compare two numbers when the first number is smaller than the second number.

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Axis

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A reference line from which distances or angles are measured in a coordinate grid. (plural- axes)

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Equation

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A statement that two mathematical expressions are equal.

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Exponent

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The number that tells the number of times the base is multiplied by itself.

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Braces

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Braces can be used to indicate that the objects written between them belong to a set.

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Attribute

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A characteristic e.g. size, shape, or color.

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Intersect

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To meet or cross.

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Difference

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The amount that remains after one quantity is subtracted from another.

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Dividend

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A quantity to be divided.

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Hundredths

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In a decimal numeration system, hundredths is the name of the next place to the right of the tenths.

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Associative Property of Addition

Front

The sum stays the same when the groupings of addends is changed. (a+b)+c=a+(b+c), where a, b, and c stand for any real numbers.

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Area Model

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A model of multiplication that shows each place value product.

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Hundredth

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One of the 100 equal parts of a whole.

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Corresponding Terms

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Terms that are in the same position in a sequence of numbers.

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Greater Than

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Greater than is used to compare two numbers when the first number is larger than the second number.

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Formula

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A general equation or rule. You can use a formula to find volume in a rectangular prism.

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Inequality

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A mathematical sentence that compares two unequal expressions using one of the symbols <, >. e.g. 26>13; 13<26; 2+4 < 6+3

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Evaluate

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To find the value of a mathematical expression.

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Algorithm

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Step-by-step method for computing.

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Coordinate Plane

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A 2-dimensional system in which the coordinates of a point are its distances from two intersections, usually perpendicular, straight lines called axes.

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Expression

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A variable or combination of variables, numbers, and symbols that represents a mathematical relationship.

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Expanded Form

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A way to write numbers that shows the place value of each digit.

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Divisor

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The quantity bu which another quantity is to be divided.

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Centimeter (cm)

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A metric unit of length equal to 0.01 of a meter.

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Section 2

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Rounding

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To strategy to find about how much or how many by expressing a number closest to ten, hundred, thousand, or tenth, hundredth, thousandth, ect.

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Sum

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The result of addition

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Plane

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A flat surface that extends infinitely in all directions.

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Powers of Ten

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Using a base number of 10 with an exponent. Our number system is based on the powers of 10.

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Thousandths

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Thousandths is the name of the next place to the right of the hundredths in the decimal numeration system.

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Millimeter (mm)

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A metric unit of length.

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Ordered Pairs

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A pair of numbers that gives the coordinates of a point on a grid in this order (horizontal, coordinate, vertical coordinate.

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Tenths

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In the decimal numeration, tenths is the name of the place to the right of the decimal point.

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Multiplication Identity Property of 1

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Multiplying a number by one gives a product identical to the given number. Also known as Identity Property of Multiplication.

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Parentheses

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Used in mathematics as grouping symbols for operations. When simplifying an expression, the operations within the parentheses are preformed first.

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Minuend

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In subtraction, the minuend is the number you subtract from.

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Simplify

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To express a fraction in simplest form.

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Metric System

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A system of measurement based on tens. The basic unit of capacity is the liter. The basic unit of mas is the gram.

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Right Triangle

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A triangle that has one 90 degree angle.

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Subtrahend

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In subtraction, the subtrahend is the number being subtracted.

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Solid Figure

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A geometric figure with 3 dimensions.

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Unit Fraction

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A fraction with a numerator of 1.

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Whole Numbers

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Whole numbers are zero and the counting numbers 1, 2, 3, and so on. If a number has a negative sign, a decimal point, or a part that's a fraction, it is not a whole number.

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Proper Fraction

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A fraction less than one. In a proper fraction the numerator is less than the denominator.

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Scaling

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To increase or decrease proportionately in size.

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Perpendicular

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Forming right angles.

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Mixed Number

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A number with an integer and a fraction part.

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Volume

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The number of cubic units it takes to fill a figure.

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Tenth

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One of the equal part when a whole is divided into 10 equal parts.

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Unlike Denominators

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Denominators that are not equal.

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Sequence

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A set of numbers arranged in a special order or pattern.

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Place Value

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The value of the place of a digit in a number.

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Simplest Form

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A fraction is in simplest form when the greatest common factor of the numerator and denominator is 1.

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Thousandth

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One of 1000 equal parts of a whole.

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Quotient

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The result of the division of one quantity by another.

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Line Plot

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A diagram showing frequency of data on a number line.

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Numerator

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The number or expression written above the line in a fraction.

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Two-Dimensional Figures

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Having length and width. Having area, but not volume. Also called a plane figure.

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Like Denominators

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Denominators in two or more fractions that are the same.

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Tiling

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Repeated shapes that fill in a plane. The shapes do not overlap and there are no gaps.

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Remainder

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The number that is left over after a whole number is divided equally by another.

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Origin

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The intersection of the x- and y-axes in a coordinate plane, described by the ordered pair (0,0).

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Lowest Terms

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A fraction where the numerator and the denominator have no common factor greater than one.

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Quadrants

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The four sections of a coordinate grid that are separated by the axes.

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Three-Dimensional Figure

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A geometric figure that as length, width, and height.

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Meter (m)

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A standard unit of length in the metric system.

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X-Coordinate

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In an ordered pair, the value that is always written first.

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Unit Cube

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A precisely fixed quantity used to measure volume.

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Standard Form

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A number written with one digit for each place value.

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Term

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A number, variable, product, or quotient in an expression. A term is not a sum or difference.

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Long Division

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A standard procedure suitable for dividing simple or complex multi-digit numbers.

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Right Rectangular Prism

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A prism with six rectangular faces where the lateral edge is perpendicular to the plane of the base.

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Order of Operations

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An order, agreed on by mathematicians, for preforming operations to simplify expressions.

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X-Axis

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In a coordinate plane, the horizontal axis.

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Product

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The result of multiplication.

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Section 3

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Y-Coordinate

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In an ordered pair, the value that is always written second.