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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