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Title: PowerPoint Presentation - Computer Lab Jeopardy


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A product formed by a base and exponent
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Power
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A set of rules for simplifying an expression.
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Order of Operations
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A letter used to represent one or more numbers.
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Variable
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Two numbers that 0 when added .
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Opposites
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The numbers, ... -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, not
including fractions or decimals
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Integers
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A number of the form a/b, part of a whole.
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Fraction
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The least common multiple of the denominators of
two or more fractions.
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Least Common Denominator (LCD)
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The reciprocal of a number.
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Multiplicative Inverse
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A number that can be written as a/b.
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Rational Number
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A decimal that ends.
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Terminating Decimal
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Out of 100.
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Percent
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A decrease in the price of an item.
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Discount
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The amount of pay when a salesperson is paid a
percent of his or her total sales.
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Commission
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Income expenses ?
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Profit
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The amount earned or paid for the use of money.
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Interest
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A number that tells how many times to multiply
the base.
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Exponent
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A number that is the square of any integer.
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Perfect Square
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A real number that cannot be written as a
fraction.
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Irrational Number
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The inverse of a square.
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Square Root
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The bottom number in a power that is multiplied
by itself.
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Base
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What is added or subtracted.
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Terms of an expression
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In a term, the number in front of the variable.
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Coefficient
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Terms that have identical variable parts and
powers.
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Like Terms
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A mathematical sentence that may or may not be
equal.
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Inequality
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Operations that undo each other.
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Inverse Operations
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