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This is the part of a fraction that tells you how many pieces you have to consider A 100
Numerator A 100
This is the definition on Denominator A 200
How many parts make up the whole. The bottom number of a fraction A 200
This is the term used for Fractions that are equal A 300
Equivalent Fractions A 300
This is a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denominator A 400
Improper Fraction A 400
This is how to convert a mixed number to an Improper Fractions A 500
The denominator of the new fraction will be the same denominator. To get the numerator, we multiply the whole number by the denominator and then add the numerator to it. A 500
A polygons has these three characteristics B 100
Closed Figure, Made of segment, Only intersects at endpoint B 100
The words poly and gon (poly-gon) means this B 200
Many sides or many angles B 200
A polygon with 3 sides is called a triangle, this is what a polygon with 4 sides is called B 300
quadrilateral B 300
A quadrilateral with 2 pair of parallel sides is called a this B 400
Parallelogram B 400
A parallelogram with 4 90 degree angles is called a this B 500
rectangle B 500
This is the first prime number we find when we count up from zero C 100
This is the first non-prime (composite) number we find when we count up from zero C 200
Prime factorization is used to C 300
Find the prime factors of a composite number C 300
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Finish this sentence: Prime numbers are C 400
Numbers greater than 1 that have only 2 factors, 1 and the number itself C 400
This is the prime factorization of 24 C 500
2x2x2x3 C 500
Average is this D 100
Normal or typical D 100
Range is this D 200
Difference between the largest and smallest value in a set D 200
Mode is this D 300
The item that appears the most in a dataset D 300
D 400 Median is this
D 400 The middle value in a set after the values have been ordered from least to greatest
This is the mean of this set 10, 20, 15, 15, 9, 21 D 500
15 D 500
The value of a number in the decimal systems is determined by how many spaces the number is from this E 100
Decimal point E 100
This is what happens to the value of a number as it moves further to the left of the decimal point. E 200
The value goes up E 200
It takes this many hundredths to make up a tenth E 300
10 E 300
It takes this many thousandths to make a one E 400
1000 E 400
It is the correct ordering of these numbers from least to greatest: 0.12, 01.5, 0.15, 0.098. E 500
0.098, 0.12, 0.15, 01.5 E 500
When graphing the pair V(2,3), this is the number of steps you take on the x axis F 100
According to the order of operations, this is how we should perform multiplication and division F 200
What is left to right F 200
This is the definition of solving an equation means to do this F 300
Find the value of the variable that makes the equation true F 300
This is the definition of perpendicular lines F 400
2 Lines that intersect to form 4 90 degree angles F 400
This is the definition of parallel lines F 500
Lines that never intersect (touch) F 500
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