### Exploring Variables

Matheny

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Across
5.the m in the order of operations stands for ______________
6.when you have a power to a power you ________ the exponents
8.when you take a number outside the parenthesis and multiply it by every coefficient OR every exponent inside the parenthesis
9.when you divide like variables you ________ the smaller exponent from the larger exponent
11.variables that match each other (2 Words)
14.a number standing in front of a letter(s)
16.the d in the order of operations stands for ________
18.a number written smaller than others found in the upper right corner of a larger written number or letter
19.the a in the order of operations stands for ________
20.when you have a power to a power it is multiplied by ALL of the exponents inside the parenthesis
Down
1.when you combine like terms you ________ the coefficients
2.adding or subtracting the coefficients of like terms, gathering like terms, the like terms do not change (3 Words)
3.order of operations abbreviation
4.the number which tells you how many times a variable is multiplied by itself
7.the s in the order of operations stands for ________
10.the p in the order of operations stands for ___________
12.the e in the order of operations stands for _________
13.the number multiplied by a variable(s)
15.when you multiply like variables together you ___ the exponents together
17.a letter used to reserve the place of a number or set of numbers
19.when you combine like terms you ___ the coefficients

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