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 Quotient The answer to a division problem. Dividend The number being divided Number Line It is like a thermometer turned sideways. It is used to show how numbers relate to each other. It is like a sideways thermometer. Absolute Value The absolute value of a number is its distance from zero. Absolute value is always indicated by 2 vertical bars. It is always positive, but never negative. It is always positive, but never negative. Integers Whole numbers and their opposites. Addends In an addition problem, these are the numbers being added. Sum An answer to an addition problem. Addend + Addend = ? Addition property of zero. Adding any number to zero leaves the number unchanged. Commutative property of addition Changing the order of two addends does not change the sum. Associative property of addition Changing the grouping of addends doesn't change the sum. Your Group of friends are the people you choose to Associate with. Rounding Finding a number that is close to the original number but easier to work with. Estimate An approximate answer. Front end rounding Rounding number to the highest possible place, so that all the numbers become zero except for the first digit. Factor In a multiplication problem, the numbers being multiplied. Product The answer to a multiplication problem. Factor * factor = ? Multiplication property of zero. Any number multiplied by zero equals zero. Multiplication property of 1 Multiplying a number by 1 leaves the number unchanged. Commutative property of multiplication. The order of two factors in a multiplication problem doesn't change the answer. Assocative property of multiplication Changing the grouping of two factors doesn't change the answer. Distributive property Multiplication distributes over addition. Exponent Tells how many times a factor is used in repeated multiplication.