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Math Vocabulary Review Part I

A variable whose value does not rely on the values of other variables.
A counting number that has more than two different factors.
Two operations that undo the effects of each other (addition and subtraction or multiplication and division)
The result of adding two or more numbers.
A 2-dimensional figure that is made up of line segments joined end to end to make one closed path.
A typical value for a set of numerical data, often called the average.
A number that is less than zero.
The largest factor that two or more counting numbers have in common.
The result of subtracting one number from another.
A measure of how much space a solid object takes up.
A whole number or the opposite of a whole number.
A polygon that has four sides.
Equal in value but possibly in a different form.
The smallest number that is a multiple of two or more numbers.
A 2-dimensional figure created to represent a 3-dimensional figure by cutting and unfolding or separating its faces and sides.
A comparison by division of two quantities with unlike units.
A number used in exponential notation to tell how many times the base is used as a factor.
A value representing what is typical or central to a data set.
A value far from most of the others in a data set.
A prism with rectangular bases.
Any number that can be written as an integer divided by a nonzero integer.
A letter or other symbol that can be replaced by any number.
A comparison of two quantities using division.
The number, or constant factor, in a variable term.