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1.

Addend

a.

an ordered pair of numbers that locates a point with reference to the x and yaxes.

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2.

Average

b.

add the sum of a group of numbers then divide the total by the number of addends used.

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3.

Coordinates

c.

a mathematical sentence with an equal sign.

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4.

Decimal

d.

the number above the bar in a fraction.

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5.

Denominator

e.

a whole number, greater than 1, that has exactly two factors.

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6.

Difference

f.

the number or numbers that occur most often in a set of data (or set of numbers).

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7.

Dividend

g.

the number below the bar in a fraction.

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8.

Divisor

h.

a number close to the exact amount.

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9.

Equation

i.

the result of subtraction.

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10.

Estimate

j.

a number with one or more digits to the right of a decimal point.

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11.

Factor

k.

the set of positive whole numbers and their opposites (negative numbers) and 0.

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12.

Fraction

l.

the number that is divided in a division problem.

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13.

Integers

m.

the answer in a division problem.

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14.

Mean

n.

a number that names a part of whole.

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15.

Median

o.

the middle number when a set of number is arranged in order from least to greatest.

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16.

Mixed numbers

p.

also called average, the number found by dividing the sum of a group of numbers by the number of addends.

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17.

Mode

q.

the numbers added in an addition problem. (in 7+4+8, the numbers 7,4,8 are called this)

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18.

Numerator

r.

the number by which a number is being divided.

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19.

Prime Number

s.

the chance of an event occurring.

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20.

Probability

t.

the answer in a multiplication problem.

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21.

Product

u.

a number that is the sum of a whole number and a fraction.

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22.

Quotient

v.

one of two or more numbers that are multiplied to give a product.
