# Exponents Review

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- Q1The distance of a number from zero, which is always positive. |-6| means the ____________ of -6, which is 6. |6| is also 6.Absolute Value30s
- Q2A number without a decimal or a fraction, either positive or negative. -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, etc.Integer30s
- Q3A “-” or a “+” sign which shows if a number is positive or negative. The “+” is usually not written, it is assumed.“Sign” of a number30s
- Q4Numbers and their _______ always add to 0. For example, -5 and 5 are __________. -12 and 12, etc.Opposites30s
- Q5This is something you “do” to a number - like add, subtract, exponents, divide, etc.Operation30s
- Q6This is the order that you do operations on numbers. This has to be the same across the whole world for people to get the same answers on math problems. P, E, M/D, A/SOrder of Operations30s
- Q7The answer when you add two numbers (The ____ of 3 and 4 is 7.)Sum30s
- Q8The answer when you subtract two numbers (The ______ of 10 and 4 is 6.)Difference30s
- Q9The answer when you multiply two numbers (The _______ of 5 and 3 is 15.)Product30s
- Q10The answer when you divide two numbers (The _______ of 20 and 4 is 5.)Quotient30s
- Q11Replacing a variable (like x or y) with a number and following the order of operations to simplify.Evaluate30s
- Q12A way to write a value in “math language” using either numbers, variables, symbols, or all three - but NO EQUALS SIGN, so you cannot “solve” it like an equation.Expression30s
- Q13An unknown amount of something, represented by letters (usually lowercase).Variable30s
- Q14Follow the order of operations to rewrite an expression in the most basic way you can, usually a single number, or a reduced fraction, or using variables.Simplify30s
- Q15Shows that the quantity on the left is smaller than the quantity on the rightLess Than (<)30s