__  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 nonzero numbers whose product is always one.  __  4.  Fraction rules   D.  Number written above a fraction bar, shows parts of a whole  __  5.  Nonzero   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.  Nonreal 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.  Nonnegative numbers   C.  A fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator.  __  20.  Proper fraction   D.  Fractions that relate the same parttowhole 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 
