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add
to put numbers together to find a total amount.
addends
the numbers to be added.
sum or total
the amount obtained by adding.
renaming
to break down a number into its parts.
equal
the same as.
rounding
changing numbers to make them easier to work with.
estimate
to make a guess about the value of something or about the answer to a problem.
digit
the symbols used to write numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.
subtract
to take away one number from another; to find the difference between two numbers.
difference
the amount by which one number is larger or smaller than another; the amount that remains after one number is subtracted from another.
multiply
to add a number to itself one or more times.
multiplicand
the first factor.
multiplier
the second factoe.
product
the answer in a multiplication problem.
MULTIPLY
in five months
MULTIPLY
how many a year
MULTIPLY
for six hours at $13
MULTIPLY
what's 10% of
ADD
in all
ADD
together
ADD
all together
ADD
total
ADD
both
SUBTRACT
how many less
SUBTRACT
what's the difference
SUBTRACT
how much more
SUBTRACT
deduct the amount
SUBTRACT
how many left
SUBTRACT
how many more
divide
to find out how many times one number contains another; to subtract a number from itself one or more times.
dividend
the number to be divided
divisor
the number to divide by.
quotient
the answer in a division problem.
remainder
the number left over in a division problem.
DIVIDE
how much does each
DIVIDE
how many times each
DIVIDE
how much per
DIVIDE
what percentage is one number or another.
DIVIDE
into how many
DIVIDE
what's half (a quarter) of the amount
percent
a part of a whole that has been divided into 100 equal parts. (The sign of percent is %)
equivalent
the same; equal.
fraction
a number that expresses part of a whole unit; 2/3 is a fraction.
denominator
the bottom numberin a fraction; the denominator tells how many equal parts there are in the whole unit.
numerator
the top number in a fraction; the numerator tells how many parts of the whole unit are being represented.
lowest terms
a fraction is in its lowest terms when only 1 divides evenly into both the numerator and the denominator.
mixed number
a number made up of a whole number and a fraction.
like fractions
fractions with the same denominators.
unlike fractions
fractions with different denominators.
equivalent fractions
fractions whose numbers are different but whose values are the same.
decimals
fractions with denominators of 10, 100, 1000, and so on, written with a point followed by digits to the right. (Cents are one example of decimals; twenty-five cents is ,25 of a dollar.)
decimal point
the dot written in a decimal.
mixed decimal
a number containing a whole number and a decimal. ($12.36 is a mixed decimal.)
SUBTRACT
how much longer