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pg 128
To write zeros after the last digit in the dividend.
Average

pg 70
Adding all the numbers together and then dividing by the number.
base (of an exponent)

pg 54
The number that is used as a factor. 3
5 the base is 5
Base-five system

pg 33
A numeration system that uses the digits 0,1,2,3, and 4. The grouping is by ones, fives, twenty-fives, and so on.
buying on credit

pg 56
An arrangement that allows the buyer to pay for a purchase in equal monthly payments over a certain number of months.
decimal

pg 88
Another way to write fractions and mixed numerals when the denominators are 10,100,1000 and so on.
dividend

pg 64
A number that is divided by another number.
example:
divisor

pg 64
The number by which a dividend is divided. Example:
equivalent

pg 94
Two or more numerals that name the same number.
Example:
expanded form

pg 4
Form of a number that shows the value of each digit. 20,320 is 20000 + 300 + 20
exponent

pg 54
A number used to tell how many times the base is used as a factor. example:
finance charge

pg 56
The difference between the credit price and the cash price.
mean

pg 70
Is the same as finding the average
mixed numbers

pg 88
A number that consists of a whole number part and a fractional part. Example:
obtuse triangle

pg 108
A triangle with an obtuse angle
Powers

pg 54
Numbers that are written using exponents. Example:
Quotient

pg 64
The answer to a division problem. Example:
Scientific Notation

pg 138
A way of writing any number as the product of a factor and the power of ten. Example:
Standard form

pg 4
Example:
twelve thousand and twelve is 12,012
Whole Numbers

pg 4
The numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and so on.
Factor
The two numbers that are time each other.
Example: 3 x 5 = 15
Sum
The anwer when you add
Difference
The answer when you subtract
Product
The answer when you multiply
Expanded Form
2,495 = 2,000 + 400 + 90 + 5