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if you divide each side of an equation by the same non-zero number, the sides remain equal
a) division property of equality b) addition property of equality c) associative property d) commutative property
multiply a sum by multiplying each addend separately and then add the products
a) distributive property b) zero-product property c) commutative property d) multiplication property of equality
distance around; the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed geometric figure
a) perimeter b) area c) volume d) width
is like an equation that uses symbols for less than() and greater than() where an equation uses a symbol for is equal to (=)
a) literal equation b) inequality c) proportion d) slope-intercept form
2 or more number sentences, combined using and/or
a) compound sentence b) inequality c) system of equations d) variable
the greatest number that divides two (or more) numbers
a) Greatest Common Factor (GCF) b) dividen c) product d) quotient
a number whose only positive, whole number factors are itself and one. By convention, 1 is not included
a) prime b) composite c) factored completely d) multiple
if you multiply both sides of an equation by the same number, the sides remain equal
a) multiplication property of equality b) division property of equality c) x-intercept d) continuous
a product of zero has to have a zero as a factor
a) zero product property b) identity c) pythagorean theorem d) multiplication property of equality
a letter that stands for a number
a) variable b) coefficient c) slope d) y-intercept
if you add the same number to both sides of an equation, the sides remain equal
a) Addition Property of Equality b) Distributive Property c) Commutative Property d) Associative Property
if you subtract the same number from both sides of an equation, the sides remain equal
a) Subtraction Property of Equality b) Distributive Property c) difference d) summation
An equation or inequality expressed using numbers or common symbols
a) number sentence b) cross product c) empty set d) none of the above
the set of all the solutions of an equation, inequality, or condition
a) solution set b) slope c) perimeter d) proportion
Values that gives us a True number sentence
a) None of the above b) Solution c) Empty Set d) Number Sentence
A set with no correct answers
a) None of the above b) Solution set c) empty Set d) solution
Counting numbers plus the rest of the integers plus the rest of the rationals plus the irrationals
a) All real numbers b) Irrational numbers c) Variable d) identity
the equation of a straight line (when the equation is written as y = mx + b), the slope is the number m that is multiplied on the x, and b is the y-intercept
a) vertex form b) standard form c) point-slope form d) slope-intercept form
an equation with 2 or more variables
a) literal equation b) constant c) coefficient d) exponent
a collection of two or more equations with a same set of unknowns
a) system of equations b) linear inequality c) slope d) y-intercept
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