Identity Property of Addition
Associative Property of Addition
ABOUT how many or how much.
Closest number ending with 0.
To give a number or answer that tells about how many or how much.
Numbers that are easy to add, subtract, multiply, or divide mentally.
a group of related facts using the same numbers
The answer to a subtraction problem.
Two operations that are the opposite of each other.
adding and subtracting the same number to make the sum or difference easier to find
a way to write a number only showing its digits
a number written in words
four thousand, six hundred, thirty two
base 10 place value
the value of the place a digit has in a number
the symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,and 9, used to write numbers
to find out which number is greater and which number is less
a number used to show the order of people or objects
a dot that separates dollars from cents and ones from tenths in a number
Example: $1.95, 1.9
no fraction, no decimals, no negatives
as much as, equal to or greater than
no more than, equal to or less than
a whole number that multiplies with another number to make a third number
any part of a group, number or whole
Fractions have a numerator and a denominator
a whole number and a fraction
an mathematical operation where a number is added to itself several times
a math operation where a number is shared or grouped into equal parts
a math operation where 2 or more groups are combined
45 + 13 = 58
a math operation that takes one quantity away from another
63 - 19 = 44
a mathematical sentence using symbols and numbers
an equation or a inequality with <, >, or =
2 + 3 = 5
1 + 3 > 2
8 - 2 < 7
the value of a digit depending on its place in a number
an answer that makes sense
carrying in addition and borrowing in subtraction
fair share, dividing so that each group is equal
to make a group based on similar characteristics
arranged according to size, amount or value
6 x 27 =
breaking apart multiplication problems into similar problems