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2. | the set of whole numbers and their opposite |

3. | simplifying by replacing variables with values and following order of operations |

5. | a decimal number that is nonrepeating and never ends or the square root of a nonperfect square |

6. | numbers that are the same distance from zero |

7. | another name for reciprocal |

12. | two numbers whose product is 1. The flip of a fraction. |

13. | a ratio that compares two quantities |

14. | the process of finding a value for a variable in an equation or simplifying an expression. |

16. | terms or numbers that are multiplied together |

17. | in a set of data, the data item that shows up the most |

18. | the middle number in a set of ordered data |

20. | (a + b) + c = a + (b + c) or (ab)c = a(bc) |

21. | word used to describe addition |

23. | a decimal number with digits that do not go on forever |

24. | word used to describe subtraction |

25. | the bottom number in a fraction |

27. | word used to describe division |

28. | a mathematical sentence showing both sides have the same value. Must have an equal sign. |

29. | a nonterminating decimal in which a sequence of digits keep repeating . A bar is used to show what repeats. |

31. | a number, a variable, or the product or quotient of a number and a variable |

32. | a fraction whose numerator is bigger than the denominator |

36. | word used to describe multiplication |

38. | the sum of a set of numbers all divided by the number of elements in the set |

40. | word used to describe multiplication |