# Algebra I Vocabulary Chapter 2. Equations that have the same solution(s) are called.

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Algebra I Vocabulary Chapter 2

Equations that have the same solution(s) are called

Equivalent equations

When solving an equation you must get the variable with a coefficient of 1 alone on one side of the equation. This is known as

Isolating the variable

Operations that undo each other are called

Inverse operations

Equations that contain more than one variable are called

Literal equations

An equation that states a relationship among quantities is called

formula

A comparison of two numbers by division is known as a

ratio

A ratio that compares quantities measured in different units is called a

rate

A rate with a denominator of 1 unit is called a

Unit rate

A ratio of two equivalent measures in different units is called a

Conversion factor

The process of including the units for each quantity in the calculations is known as

Unit analysis

An equation stating that two ratios are equal is called a

proportion

In the proportion a/b = c/d, the products ac and bd are called

Cross products

Figures with the same shape but not necessarily the same size are called

Similar figures

A drawing that is similar to an actual object or place is called a

Scale drawing

The ratio of lengths in a scale drawing to the actual length is referred to as the

scale

The word that means “divided by 100” is

Percent

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