Prime Number: has only 2 factors:1 and itself
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Composite Number:has more than 2 factors
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Prime Factorization:when you write a number as a product of a prime number
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Factor Tree:a diagram used to write the prime factorization of numbers
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Monomial: the product of a number and one or more variables

Common Factor:a whole number that is a factor of 2 or more non-zero whole numbers
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GCF: the greatest whole number that is a factor of 2 or more non-zero whole numbers
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Relatively Prime: 2 numbers are relatively prime if their greatest common factor is 1

Equivalent Fractions:
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Simplest Form:
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Multiple: the product of the number and any nonzero number

Common Multiple: a multiple that is shared by two or more numbers
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LCM: the least common multiple of 2 or more numbers

Least Common Denominator:the least common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions

Scientific Notation:a number is writen in scientific notation if it has a form like 12*10^5external image scinot2.gif

Polynomial:a sum of monomials
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Term of a Polynomial:The monomials that are added together in the polynomial
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Binomial:a polynomial with two terms
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Trinomial:a polynomial with three terms
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Degree of a polynomial: the greatest degree of the terms of the polynomial
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Degree of a Term: the sum of the exponents of the variables in the term. The degree of a nonzero constant is 0
Standard Form:a polynomial is written in standard form if all like terms are combined and the terms are arranged so that the degree of each term decreases or stays
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Percent:a ratio whose denomitor is 100. SYMBOL= %
Percent of Change:indicates how much a quantity increases or decreases

Percent of Increase:the percent of change where the new amount is greater than the original

Percent of Decrease:the percent of change where the new amount is less than the original

Markup:an increase from the wholesale to the retail price
Discount:a decrease from the original price to the sale price
Interest:the amount earned or paid for the use of money

Principal:an amount of money that is deposited or borrowed

Simple Interest:interest that is earned or paid only on the principal

Annual Interest Rate:the percent of the principal earned or paid per year
Balance:the sum of the princiapal and all interest earned

Relation:a set of ordered pair
The relation is a function
Domain: the set of all inputs (x's)
Range:the set of all outputs (y's)
Function:a relation with the property for each input there is exactly one output

Vertical Line Test: says if you can find a vertical line passing through more than one point of a graph then the relation is not a funcion
Linear Equation: an equation whose graph is a line
Function Form: the equation in x and y is in function form if it is solved for y

x-intercept: the x;coordinate of point where a graph crosses the x-axis
y-intercept: the y; coordinate of a point where a graph crosses the y-axis
slope: a rise over a run, change in y values over x values
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rise: change in y's

run: change in x's rise_over_run.jpg

slope intercept form:the form of a linear equation y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept