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Numbers used most often in everday life; complete. Ex. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ...
Whole Numbers
Numbers that are incomplete, or part of a number. Ex. 1/3, 5/4, ...
Fractions
A ___ is fraction in which the numerator is smaller then the denominator. These are less then one.
Proper fraction
When the denominator is less than the numerator, it is called a ___. Has a value greater then one.
Improper fraction
An improper fraction can also be written as a ___.
Mixed number
The answer to a multiplication problem.
Product
Numbers that when multiplied together result in a product.
Factors
A ___ number has only two factors (itself and 1).
Prime number
A whole number greater than one that is not prime.
Composite number
A number written using factors that are all prime numbers.
Prime factored form
A fraction is in ___ when the numerator and denominator have no factors in common (other than 1).
Lowest terms
Two fractions are ___ of each other if their product is 1.
Reciprocals
The result of the division of two fractions.
Quotient
The result of adding two numbers.
Sum
The result of subtracting two numbers.
Difference