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40 Cards in this Set
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a number to be added to another

addend


the degree or amount by which things differ in quantity or measure

difference


the result of adding numbers

sum


the reduction of an amount or quantity

decrease


a number from which the subtrahend is to be subtracted

minuend


addition in size or quantity

increase


a sign(+) denoting addition or a positive quantity

plus


a sign () used in mathematics to indicate subtraction or a negative quantity

minus


the number that is to be subtracted from a minuend

subtrahend


to unite into a single number orexpression

combine


smaller than

less than


a product of addition (sum)

total


the inverse of addition

subtraction


the inverse of division

multiplication


the opposite of subtraction

addition


the opposite of multiplication

division


anyof the numbers or symbols in mathematics that when multiplied together form a product

factor


repeated addition

multiply


the product of a quantity by an integer

multiple


a number to be divided

dividend


multiplied by

times


the number resulting from the division of one number by another

quotient


the number by which a dividend is divided

divisor


the number or expressionresultin from the multiplication together of two or more numbers or expressions

product


to subject (a number or a quantity) to the operation of finding how many times it contains another number or quantity

divide


to divide among several or many

distribute


to take away by or as if by deducting

subtract


used to compare amount versus a total (divided by)

per


larger than

more than


a quantity, amount, or degree of something measured per unit of something else

rate


the relationship in quantity, amount, or size between two or more things

ratio


any of the natural numbers, the negatves of these numbers, or zero

integer


the combination of numbers and operation symbols

expression


a mathematical sentence with an equal sign to indicate that two expressions name the smae number

equation


a quantity that may assume any one of a set of values

variable


a value in an ordered set of valuaes below and above which there is an equal number of values or which is the arithmetic mean of the two middle values if there is no one middle number

median


one part of a hundred

percent


the difference between the least and greatest values in a given set of data

range


the most frequent value of a set of data

mode


a level or amount typical of a group, class, or series (mean)

average
