# CLEP General Mathematics: Whole Numbers

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1. Approximating a given number to a specified number of digits

2. A^0 = 1 (if a doesn't = 0)

3. The equation a b is equivalent to a / c = b / c (if c doesn't = 0).

4. The factors of a number that are prime numbers - 2 - 3 - 5 - 7 - 11 - ... - numbers that divides into another exactly and have no factors of their own except one and itself

5. The equation a = b is equivalent to a - c = b - c.

6. A^1 a

7. A > b means that a is to the right of b on a number line.

8. States that changing the grouping of the addends does not change the sum

9. The number by which a dividend is divided - the number you divide by - the number that divides the dividend (second in the math sentence or outside the 'house')

10. A / a = 1 (if a doesn't = 0) - a / 1 = a - a number divided by itself is 1 ; a number divided by 1 is the same number ; - If equal quantities are divided by equal quantities - the quotients are equal. If AB=DE then AC is greater than AB or BC. - a n

11. A counting number greater than 1 that is not prime - an integer that is divisible without remainder by at least one positive integer other than itself and one - A whole number greater than 1 that has more than 2 factors.

12. Ab=ba - Changing the order of the factors does not change the product; for example 10 x 9 = 9 x 10; a b = b a

13. 0 x a = 0 = a x 0 - anything multiplied by zero is equal to zero - For every real number n - n*0=0.

14. The distance around an object In the case of a polygon - the perimeter is the sum of the length of all sides - a line enclosing a plane areas

15. The multiple by which an initial change in aggregate spending will alter total expenditure after an infinite number of spending cycles;

16. A flat geometric region with many sides

17. First number in a multiplication sentence - the number in a multiplication problem that represents the number of objects in each (equal sized) group - A quanity by which a given number (the multiplicand) is to be multiplied.

18. The result of an addition

19. 10 - 100 - 1000 - etc. - every counting number multiplied by 10; 10 -20 -30 - and so on - What unit the Metric System based on?

20. A(b+c)=ab+ac - a property indicating a special way in which multiplication is applied to addition of two or more numbers in which each term inside a set of parentheses can be multiplied by a factor outside the parentheses - such as a(b + c) = ab + ac

21. A quantity obtained by multiplication

22. A+0=a - 0 is the -

23. The number from which the subtrahend is subtracted

24. Parentheses & Exponents - Multiplication & Division - Addition & Subtraction

25. A + b = b + a - The order of addends can be changed & the sum remains the same. 3+7=7+3

26. The number that remains after subtraction - the answer to a subtraction problem

27. A=bh - base x height - The area of a rectangle is the product of its base and height

28. A sentence using an = sign - a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal - A mathematical sentence that contains an equals sign

29. 1 - any number times 1 is equal to itself according to what property - the number in a set which when any number n in the set is multiplied by - yields the given number.

30. Sentences using < or > - A mathematical sentence built from expressions using one or more of the symbols greater than - less than - greater than or equal to and/or less than or equal to

31. PEMDAS - the order in which operations in an expression to be evaluated are carried out. 1. parentheses 2. exponents 3. multiplication and divison 4. addition and subtraction

32. Read the problem. Select the unknown. Translate the problem. Use the rules studied to solve the problem. Verify the answer.

33. The solution of an equation is the replacement that makes the equation a true statement. - a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem - the set of values that give a true statement when substituted into an equation

34. The number obtained by division - the ratio of two quantities to be divided - the result of dividing one number by another number

35. (ab)c = a(bc) - changing the grouping of factors will not change the product - (ab)c = a(bc) - Factors can be regrouped & the product remains the same.

36. A counting number having exactly two different factors - itself and 1 - an integer that has no integral factors but itself and 1 and - a whole number greater than 1 that has exactly two factors - itself and 1

37. Numbers that are multiplied together to get a product - A number that divides another number without a remainder. Ex) Factors of 18: 1 - 2 -3 - 6 - 9 -18

38. The number that is being divided - the number that is to be divided in a division problem - in a division problem - the number inside the 'house' division symbol

39. Two equations are equivalent if their solutions are the same. - equations with the same solutions as the original equation. - equations having the same solution set over a given domain

40. The number to be subtracted from the minuend

41. In the expression b^n - b is the base. - (numeration system) the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place

42. The numbers to be added

43. 0 divided by any number that is not 0 is 0 - 0 divided by any number that is not 0 is 0.

44. The equation a = b is equivalent to a + c = b + c.

45. In the expression b^n - n is the exponent. - a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself - a number that shows repeated multiplication