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 Absolute value The number of units a number is from zero on the number line. Algebraic expression A combination of variables, numbers, and at least one operation. Divisible A number is divisible by another number if, upon division, the remainder is zero. Equation A mathematical sentence that contains the equal sign (=). Equivalent The same value represented in different forms. Ex: 1/2 and 0.5 are equivalent. Evaluating an expression Replacing the variables with numbers and finding the numerical value of the expression Factors Numbers that divide into a whole number with a remainder of zero. Greatest Common Factor (GCF) The GCF of 2 or more integers is the greatest factor that is common to each of the integers. Integers Whole numbers and their opposites . .-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3. . Like terms Expressions that contain the same variables, such as 3ab and 7ab Figurative(adj) Not literal in meaning; metaphorical; symbolic. Inference(n) An implication, an assumption, or an insinuation. Identify(v) To name; to recognize; to set apart. Opinion(n) A belief, attitude, or judgement not based on fact. Compare(v) To relate two things together; to associate. Contrast(v) To find the differences between two things. Content(n) The subject matter or substance of a passage. Genre(n) The category that a work of literature is classified under. The five major genres of literature are nonfiction, fiction, poetry, drama and myth. Poetry(n) Type of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of speech and imagery to appeal to the reader's emotion and imagination. Setting(n) The time and place of a story or play.