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prime number
a number that has only 2 factors: 1 and itself
composite number
a number that has more than 2 factors
factor
a number that divides evenly into another number
3 is a factor of 12
denominator
the bottom number of a fraction; indicates the total number of something or the number of parts something is divided into
numerator
the top portion of a fraction; indicates the number of or parts of that are shaded, eaten, used, etc.
mixed number
a number that combines a whole number and a fraction
improper fraction
a fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator indicating an amount greater than 1 whole
prime factorization
a multiplication string that shows only prime numbers that when multiplied will equal the given number
factor rainbow
the process of finding all of the factors of a given number
place value
the value a digit has when located in this specific order
multiple
the number or numbers that are the product of a given number multiplied by any other number: 3X1 = 3 3x2=6 both 3 and 6 are multiples of 3
reduce
the process of finding the lowest possible denominator/numerator that is still an equivalent fraction: 6/12 can reduce to 1/2
simplify
the process of finding the lowest possible denominator/numerator that is still an equivalent fraction: 6/12 can reduce to 1/2
median
after putting all the numbers given into order from least to greatest...the number in the center (the number that is the exact middle if the numbers were placed on a number line)
range
after putting all the numbers given into order from least to greatest...the hi and low numbers are subtract (the number of numbers between the hi and low when placed on a number line)