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Math Dictionary 4

1. 1. Chapter 4<br />By: Tyler Henderson and Derek Marsh<br />
2. 2. Prime Numbers<br /> A number greater than one with only two factors mainly one and itself.<br />
3. 3. Composite Numbers<br />A number greater than one with more than two factors.<br />
4. 4. Factor Tree<br /> What we use to find prime factorization.<br />
5. 5. Prime Factorization <br />Write a composite as a product of prime numbers. <br />
6. 6. Factors<br /> A is a factor of B if A divides evenly in to B.<br /> 48- 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,16,24,48<br />
7. 7. Greatest Common Factors<br />The biggest number that divides evenly into all the given numbers.<br />
8. 8. Relatively Prime<br /> When the GCF is one.<br />
9. 9. Multiple<br />A is A multiple of B if B goes into A evenly.<br />
10. 10. Common Multiple<br />Multiple that two numbers share.<br />
11. 11. Least Common Multiple <br />The lowest common multiple that the 2 multiples share.<br />
12. 12. Problems<br />Simplify x4 * x7 = x11<br />Simplify y8 / y4 = y4<br />This is how you change a number with a – exponent to a + exponent. You put the number over one and take away the negative exponent.<br />Anything to a 0 power is always 1!!!<br />12,300,000,000- 1.23* 1010<br />4.5*10-8- .000000045<br />