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Cole D.

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1.1

What are natural numbers?
Numbers used for counting (positive only, not zero.)

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Whole Numbers
Counting numbers including 0 {0,1,2,3,..}

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When you write five thousand eighty-nine as 5,089, you are writing the number in
Standard form

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Commas are used to separate digits in large whole number in groups of how many and what are they called?
Groups of 3.

Periods.

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What is expanded form?
Instead of 2,368 it is

2,000 + 300 + 60 + 8

(can be used with words too)

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Using graphing, you can put whole numbers on a
Number line

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> and < are 1.1

If you 1.1

{What are these called?}

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The position of a digit determines it's _____

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Name the digits4 + 5 = 9

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The numbers being added in an equation

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The solution of an addition problem1.2

Commutive Property of Addition

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Associative Property of Addition

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Front-End Rounding

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Rise, gain, total and increase etc. are used to indicate

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How do you get the dimensions of a rectangle?

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The distance around a rectangle or square is called _____

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How to calculate perimeter for rectangle?

Square?

1.3

Label the numbers

9 - 4 = 5

Label the numbers

9 - 4 = 5

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Minuend

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Subtrahend1.3

Difference

If the subtraction of the digits in any place-value column requires subtracting a larger digit from a smaller digit you have to _____ or _____

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Words that indicate operation of subtraction

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Related Addition Statement

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Evaluate

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Expressions

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Label the digits with the correct terms

5 · 4 = 20

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Multiplication is _____ _____

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The numbers being multiplied

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The answer to a multiplication problem

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The order in which whole numbers are multiplied does not change their product

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The way in which whole numbers are grouped does not change their product

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What is the word "quantity" used for?

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Letters that represent numbers are called _____

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Area

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How to calculate area

When multiplying, after carrying a number, do you add the numbers first then multiply or multiply and then add the carried number?

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Quotient

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Dividend

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Divisor

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Related Multiplication Statement

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Leftover numbers from division

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Long Division Process1.5

Easy Division Cheats

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Steps to Problem Solving

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Strategy

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Translate

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Other words for Addition

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Other words for Subtraction1.6

Other words for Multiplication

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Other words for Division

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Other words for Equal

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What does it mean to factor a whole number?

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Prime Number

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Composite numbers

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Is 0 and 1 prime and/or composite numbers?

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Prime Factorization

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What is the prime factored form of 90?

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Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

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Factor Tree1.7

Exponent and Base

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Multiples

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LCM1.8

How to find LCM by listing the multiples of the largest number

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Finding LCM using Prime Factorization

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GCF

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Finding GCF using Prime Factorization

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PEMDAS

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Numbers are combined with the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to create ___

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Evaluate

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How to find the mean

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