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18 Cards in this Set
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the absolute value of a number

a number's distance from zero


income

the amount of money that comes into a business as a result of work


the profit

In a business, ________ is the amount of money that is left over after all bills are paid.


an integer

any positive or negative whole number including zero


additive inverse

any integer when added to another integer gives a sum of zero


a negative integer

a whole number with a value below zero (0)


a number sentence

an equation that is written with all numbers, e.g., 4+3=7, or 4X5=20


operations

add, subtract, multiply, and divide are examples of ______________


a positive integer

any whole number above zero


a fact family

the writing of an addition numbersentence as a subtraction sentence using the same numbers


a quadrant

one of the four sections on a coordinate graph


the associative property

this property (rule) allows an addend or factor to be grouped an dcomputed in different arrangements. EXAMPLE: 2+3+5 = (2+3) +5 = 2+ (3+5)


factoring

finding numbers that will divide into a larger number evenly


the commutative property

a mathematical rule that states that the order of two numbers does not matter when adding or multiplying


the distributive property

a property (or rule) that shows how multiplication combines with addition or subtraction EXAMPLE: 3(5+2) = 3(5) + 3(2)


opposites

Two numbers when added together equals zero (0)


the order of operations

This is a rule that says: calculate (compute) within parentheses first, then exponents, then mulitply and divide, and finally add and subtract


rational numbers

any number that can be written in the form of a fraction
