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 Fraction line The horizontal line separating the numerator of a fraction: the division symbol. Improper fraction A fraction with a numerator equal to or lager than its denominators divides evenly numerator The top term of a fraction or the number being divided. reciprocals Two numbers that give a product of 1 when multiplied by each other, 7/8 and 8/7 are reciprocals. mixed number A number composed of both a whole number and a fraction. terminating decimal The quotient of a division of a fraction that comes out even, with no remainder. Base The original or entire amount in a percentage problem. GCD (Greatest common divisor) Greatest or largest number that will divide into a group of two or more numbers. percentage A portion of the base in a percentage problem. least common denominator (LCD) The least or smallest number into which each two or more denominators divides evenly. nonterminating (or repeating) decimal The quotient of a division that does not come out even, no matter how many decimal places it is carried to. rate A percent that indicates how the base and percentage are related; the percent or decimal or fractional equivalent of the percent that is charged or earned for the use of money. proper fraction A fraction with a numerator smaller than its denominator. prime number A whole number larger than 1 that is divisible only by itself and 1. lowest terms A fraction is in lowest terms if the numerator and denominator cannot be divided evenly by any number except one. percent A hundredth of a whole amount; a fraction with a denominator of 100; percent means per hundred.