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Decimals Percents Fractions Vocab

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1. Change percent to decimal then multiply

2. Like a ratio but the numbers being compared are two different things (cookies per child or km per hour)

3. Slide decimal 2 places to the left or /100

4. Number that is Not a part or fraction or decimal (1 - 2 - 15 - 382...)

5. Number that doesn't end or repeat - must round ∏ = 3.14 or √2 = 1.41421356 rounded 1.4 Cut off or truncated on a calculator 3.14159265

6. Number that has a Whole number and a fraction (1½) Make improper multiply denominator by whole & then add numerator

7. Fraction with no common factors. Divide top & bottom by the same number until they have 2/8 = ¼

8. Multiply normally then count the number of decimals & put that in your answer

9. Out of 100

10. Comparison of numbers in a specific order (a:b or a to b or a/b)

11. Type of rate when the bottom number is reduced to one(2 cookies per child 17km per 1 hour)

12. Decimal that ends 5.6

13. Put number over 10 - 100 - or 1000 (digits = zeros)

14. Decimal that goes on forever 5.5555... can round it 5.56 or 5.5 (line over 5 -or part that repeats) Cut off or truncated on a calculator 5.5555556

15. Make all the same (same form and same length) then compare (all decimals easiest)

16. 2 fractions with the same value ½ and 2/4. Multiply or divide top & bottom by the same number ie x 2

17. Slide the decimal straight up and then divide normally

18. An equation with two ratios that are equal a/b = c/d

19. Part of a whole. Denominator - number on the bottom- how many parts the whole is divided into and Numerator - top part -how many you have

20. When the fraction is flipped 3/4 is 4/3 - used in dividing fractions

21. Number that is a part of a whole but divided into 10 or 100 or 1000 parts

22. Decimal that is rounded in the calculator because the screen runs out of space

23. Line up the decimals then add or subtract normally

24. Numerator is larger than the denominator. Make mixed divide top/bottom- whole number and remainder is numerator - keep the denominator

25. Slide decimal 2 places to right or x100

26. Top (numerator) / bottom (denominator) or find equivalent fraction over 10 - 100 - 1000