secending | | we____to make numbers easier to work with |

absolute value | | combination of more than one inequality |

simplify | | comparison between different things |

ratio | | ratio of circumference to length of the diameter |

square | | name of math symbol = |

subsets | | 1, 2, 3, 4,...a, b, c, d,....from lowest to highest |

scientific notation | | integers, whole, and rational are ____of real numbers |

rational numbers | | 3.141592... is an example |

greater than | | 3, 2, 1, ...order from highest to lowest |

denominator | | end result of subtraction |

sum | | name of math symbol > |

place value | | name of math symbol < |

irrational numbers | | one of two equal factors of a number, 16 = 4 or -4 |

repeating decimal | | distance of a number from zero on a number line |

ascending | | depends on place or position of a digit |

estimation | | top number of a fraction |

prime factorization | | bottom number of a fraction |

difference | | sign placed before another to denote a root is to be extracted |

integers | | numbers in a/b form |

product | | approximation of a quantity |

pi | | end result of division |

quotient | | decimal that never ends |

compound inequality | | short-hand for writing very large or very small numbers |

odd | | number raised to the second power |

equal to | | includes rational and irrational number |

number line | | end result of multiplication |

radical sign | | whole number not divisible by two |

real numbers | | line with equal distance marked off to represent numbers |

square root | | examples are 25, 49. 144 |

nonterminating decimal | | number written as a product of primes |

less than | | examples are 0.757575..., 0.333... |

perfect square | | includes positives, zero, and negatives |

even | | end result of addition |

numerator | | whole number divisible by two |