Topic 4 Vocabulary Practice
 __ 1 Decimal A. A linear array of integers that represent a fraction. __ 2 Denominator B. Mathematical sentence formed by setting 2 expressions equal. __ 3 Equality C. Two non-zero numbers whose product is always one. __ 4 Fraction rules D. Number written above a fraction bar, shows parts of a whole __ 5 Non-zero E. Not zero, any number but zero __ 6 Numerator F. The bottom half of a fraction, represents the whole possible __ 7 Radical G. Arising from or going to a root or source __ 8 Real number H. Rules to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions by. __ 9 Reciprocal I. A number that is rational or irrational, not imaginary. __ 10 Terminating decimal J. A decimal that has a final digit.
 __ 11 Fraction A. positive number equal to the sum of its integral factors __ 12 Natural numbers B. Number in the form a/b, a numerator divided by a denominator __ 13 Non-real numbers C. Number that can be written as a/b where a&amp;b are integers __ 14 Perfect number D. One of the set of positive whole numbers, a positive number __ 15 Rational number E. A decimal that has a final digit __ 16 Terminating decimal F. Numbers NOT rational or irrational, for example Pi ( 22/7)
 __ 17 Equivalent fractions A. dividing a numerator and denominator to its lowest form. __ 18 Irrational number B. Decimal that has one or more digits that repeat without end __ 19 Non-negative numbers C. A fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator. __ 20 Proper fraction D. Fractions that relate the same part-to-whole relationship __ 21 Reducing a fraction E. Number that in decimal form neither terminates nor repeats __ 22 Repeating decimal F. Any numbers that are not negative, to include zero
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