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habit
things we do repeatedly without having to think about doing them
paradigm
the way you see something; your point of view, fram of reference, or belief;
principles
natural laws that apply to everyone;

examples: hard work, honesty, service, love, respect, gratitude, fairness, integrity, loyalty
relationship
connected or binding participants
character
one of the attributes or features that make up and distinguish an individual
positive
a positive influence for good in the community; active and effective in social or economic function rather than merely maintaining peace and order;
negative
marked by features of hostility, withdrawal, or pessimism that hinder or oppose constructive treatment or development
Simple Subject
The main word or word group that tells whom or what the sentence is about;
Complete Subject
Consists of all the words needed to tell whom or what the sentence is about.
Simple Predicate
The main word or word group in the complete predicate; verb;
Complete Predicate
Consists of a verb and all the words that describe the verb and complete its meaning;
Verb Phrase
A simple predicate that consists of a main verb and one or more helping verbs
Compound Subject
Consists of two or more subjects that are joined by a conjunction and that have the same verb;
Compound Verb
Consists of two or more verbs that are joined by a conjunction and that have the same subject;
Complete Predicate
Consists of a verb and all the words that describe the verb and complete its meaning;
quotient
the number resulting from the division of one number by another
sum
answer to addition problem
difference
answer to a subtraction problem
product
the number that is the result of multiplying or two or more factors
whole numbers
a number without fractions or a decimal
digit
any of the Arabic numerals 1 to 9 and usually the symbol 0

one of the elements that combine to form numbers in a system other than the decimal system
standard form of a number
a way to write a number that shows only its digits
expanded form of a number
a way to write a number that shows the place value of each digit