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added to | to join a number to another number or total |

addition | process of uniting two or more numbers into one sum, represented by the plus |

amount | sum total of two or more quantities or sums, aggregate |

analogies | form of reasoning in which one thing is inferred to be similar to another thing |

area | size a surface takes up, typically measured in square units |

base | bottom of a shape which could be a line or face of a solid |

by a factor of | to multiply by a particular number |

combine like terms | adding together terms whose variables and their exponents are the same |

combined | indicates two or more numbers being added together |

complement | set of all the elements of a universal set not included in a given set |

consecutive integers | numbers that follow each other in order from smallest to largest |

decreased by | to get smaller in size or number by a specific amount |

difference | to subtract one value from another |

evaluation | act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of |

even number | whole numbers that can be divided by two evenly |

fewer than | subtraction |

identify the variables | act of determining the unknown values in an equation |

increased by | to get larger by size or number |

integer | one of the positive or negative numbers or zero |

least common multiple | smallest number that is the multiple of two or more other numbers |

less | decreased by, the indication of a minus symbol, not as many as |

less than | indicates the placement of a minus symbol, shows the relationship between two numbers |

like terms | terms whose variables and their exponents are the same |

minus | decreased by, to subtract |

more than | quantifier meaning greater in size or amount |

multiplied by | number is added to itself a number of times |

out of | divided by, in division this is divisor |

per | divided by |

percentage | number out of 100 or divided by 100, often expressed with percentage symbol |

product of | result when two numbers are multiplied |

proportion | part to whole comparison written as an equation |

quotient | comparative value of two or more numbers |

rate time distance formula | rt equals d |

ratio of | comparative value of two or more numbers |

simplified | to reduce the numerator or denominator in a fraction to the smallest number possible |

sum | aggregate of two or more numbers |

term | one part of an algebraic expression which may be a number, variable, or product of both |

times | multiplied by |

together | indicating addition, or the joining of two or more amounts |

total of | sum or whole amount, the result of adding, total |

unit | another name for one or a place value for one, the unit column is the ones column |

added to | to join a number to another number or total |

addition | process of uniting two or more numbers into one sum, represented by the plus |

amount | sum total of two or more quantities or sums, aggregate |

analogies | form of reasoning in which one thing is inferred to be similar to another thing |

area | size a surface takes up, typically measured in square units |

base | bottom of a shape which could be a line or face of a solid |

by a factor of | to multiply by a particular number |

combine like terms | adding together terms whose variables and their exponents are the same |

combined | indicates two or more numbers being added together |

complement | set of all the elements of a universal set not included in a given set |

consecutive integers | numbers that follow each other in order from smallest to largest |

decreased by | to get smaller in size or number by a specific amount |

difference | to subtract one value from another |

evaluation | act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of |

even number | whole numbers that can be divided by two evenly |

fewer than | subtraction |

identify the variables | act of determining the unknown values in an equation |

increased by | to get larger by size or number |

integer | one of the positive or negative numbers or zero |

least common multiple | smallest number that is the multiple of two or more other numbers |

less | decreased by, the indication of a minus symbol, not as many as |

less than | indicates the placement of a minus symbol, shows the relationship between two numbers |

like terms | terms whose variables and their exponents are the same |

minus | decreased by, to subtract |

more than | quantifier meaning greater in size or amount |

multiplied by | number is added to itself a number of times |

out of | divided by, in division this is divisor |

per | divided by |

percentage | number out of 100 or divided by 100, often expressed with percentage symbol |

product of | result when two numbers are multiplied |

proportion | part to whole comparison written as an equation |

quotient | comparative value of two or more numbers |

rate time distance formula | rt equals d |

ratio of | comparative value of two or more numbers |

simplified | to reduce the numerator or denominator in a fraction to the smallest number possible |

sum | aggregate of two or more numbers |

term | one part of an algebraic expression which may be a number, variable, or product of both |

times | multiplied by |

together | indicating addition, or the joining of two or more amounts |

total of | sum or whole amount, the result of adding, total |

unit | another name for one or a place value for one, the unit column is the ones column |