# 6th grade Chapter 1 Vocabulary

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- Q1The property that states that two or more numbers can be added in any order without changing the sumCommutative PropertyAssociative PropertyOrder of OperationsDistributive Property30s
- Q2The number to be divided in the division problemDividendExponentDivisorBase30s
- Q3To find an answer close to the exact answer by rounding or other methodsOverestimateCompatible numbersEstimatePower30s
- Q4An expression that contains only numbers and operationsSimplifyDistributive propertyNumerical expressionCompatible numbers30s
- Q5An answer that is smaller than the exact answerBaseOverestimateUnderestimatePower30s
- Q6Numbers that are close to the given numbers that make mental calculations easierExponentDividendCompatible numbersDivisor30s
- Q7The property that states if you multiply a sum by a number you get the same result as if you would multiply the addends and then add the productsAssociative propertyCommutative propertyEstimateDistributive property30s
- Q8To write a fraction or expression in simplest formExponentBasePowerSimplify30s
- Q9The number that indicates how many times the base is used as a factorPowerExponentDividendBase30s
- Q10The number you are dividing by in a division problemDivisorEstimateDividendPower30s
- Q11A number that has a base with an exponentPowerDivisorBaseExponent30s
- Q12An estimate that is greater than the exact answerSimplifyEstimateOverestimateUnderestimate30s
- Q13The property that states that for 3 or more numbers, their sum is always the same regardless of groupingDistributive propertyAssociative propertyNumerical expressionCommutative property30s
- Q14In a power, the number that is used as a factorBaseDividendExponentPower30s
- Q15A rule for evaluating expressions so everyone gets the same answerOrder of operationsDistributive propertyNumerical expressionEstimate30s