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**Math Vocabulary**

Multiples

Definition of multiples is:

" The product of a given factor and any whole number."

Factors

Definition of factors:

The 2 or

more numbers multiplied to find a product

Fractions

Numerator

Definition of numerator:

the numerator represents the number of how many parts of the whole you have

Denominator

For example:

in the fraction 4/8, the 8 is denominator and that 8 shows that there are 8 parts in the whole.

**By: Sadie Drozdowski**

Definition of fractions:

fractions are a part of a whole

For example:

4/4 = 1 whole, another example: 7/8 is 7 out of 8.

For example:

in the fraction 2/8, the numerator is 2 so, that means that you have 2 parts of the whole

The definition of denominator

: The number on the bottom of the fraction that represents how many parts are in the whole

For Example:

5,10,15,20,25.. and so on

For Example:

in the multiplication problem 12x4=48, the numbers 12 and 4 are the factors.

Math is a very important subject!!

In this presentation I will be sharing some definitions and examples to the following math vocabulary words. I hope you like it!

Fractions

Numerator

Denominator

Multiples

Factors

Line of Symmetry

Definition of line

of symmetry in my own words:

If you fold something in half both

For Example:

If I were to fold

a triangle both sides would be

and the line down the middle

is the line of symmetry

The line of symmetry

Divisor

Definition of divisor

in my own words:

The number that divides the dividend

For example:

In the division

problem 42÷ 6 = 7 the number 6

is the divisor

Dividend

The definition of Dividend:

The number that is being divided by the divisor.

For Example:

in the division problem

63 ÷ 7 = 9 the number 63 is the dividend.

Quotient

Definition of quotient:

" The answer

to a division problem."

For example:

in the division problem

12÷3 =4, 4 is the quotient.

Prime Number

Definition of prime number is:

" A whole number greater than 1 that has exactly 2 factors, and 1 itself.''

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