2nd 9 Weeks Vocabulary

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- Q12x + 3 is an example of a(n)equationmonomialtermexpression30sEditDelete
- Q2The 2 in 2x is being multiplied by the variable and is called thevariablecoefficientexpressionterm30sEditDelete
- Q3The opposite of a number is referred to as itsopponentinputinverseabsolute value30sEditDelete
- Q45x - 8 > 12 is an example of a(n)equationpolynomialexpressioninequality30sEditDelete
- Q5This is the ONE answer to an equation written in one variableproductdifferencesolutionsolution set30sEditDelete
- Q6Property stating that the order of the addends or factors does not affect the sum or product, respectivelyDistributiveAssociativeIdentityCommutative30sEditDelete
- Q7Property that states the product of any number and zero is zero.Multiplicative Property of ZeroCommutative Property of MultiplicationMultiplicative Inverse PropertyMultiplicative Identity Property30sEditDelete
- Q8This is one part of an algebraic expression and can be written as a variable, number or product of the two.monomialpolynomialvariableterm30sEditDelete
- Q9A whole number that divides exactly (evenly) into another number is called afactoraddendproductdivisor30sEditDelete
- Q10This is a mathematical rule using symbols, usually written as an equation describing a relationship between quantities.polynomialformulaquotientmonomial30sEditDelete
- Q11This is used to graph an inequality where the solution set is only less than or greater to a given value on the number line.closed circleopen circletangentvector30sEditDelete
- Q12This property states that the sum of a number and its opposite is zero and that the product of a number and its reciprocal is one.Inverse PropertyDistributive PropertyMultiplicative Property of ZeroIdentity Property30sEditDelete
- Q13This property states that the sum of a number and zero is the number and that the product of a number and one is the number.CommutativeAssociativeIdentityInverse30sEditDelete
- Q14The result/answer when two numbers are multiplied is called thequotientproductdividendfactor30sEditDelete
- Q15This word means to show someone how to do something.ApplyExplainDemonstrateAnalyze30sEditDelete
- Q16This word means to say what will happen in the future.ExplainDemonstratePredictApply30sEditDelete
- Q17A math sentence that consists of two expressions set equal to each other.equationinequalitypolynomialexpression30sEditDelete
- Q18This is a letter or symbol that takes the place of a number.termcoefficientvariableexpression30sEditDelete
- Q19Property where the factor outside the parentheses is multiplied by each of the terms inside the parentheses.AssociativeDistributiveTransativeCommutative30sEditDelete
- Q20The multiplicative inverse of a number is also referred to as thefactorquotientdividendreciprocal30sEditDelete