# MATHS REVISION

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• Created by: raaaaw
• Created on: 21-09-18 20:26
THE ORIGINAL NUMBER MULTIPLIED BY AN INTEGER {A WHOLE NUMBER }
MULTIPLE
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A NUMBER THAT DIVIDES EXACTLY INTO ANOTHER NUMBER
FACTOR
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A NUMBER THAT HAS ONLY TWO FACTORS ITSELF AND ONE
PRIME NUMBER
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A FACTOR THAT IS A PRIME NUMBER
PRIME FACTOR
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WRITING A NUMBER AS A PRODUCT OF ITS PRIME FACTORS
PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION
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A FACTOR THAT I SHARED BETWEEN TWO OR MORE NUMBERS
COMMON FACTOR
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THE LARGEST FACTOR THAT IS SHARED BETWEEN TWO OR MORE FACTORS
HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR
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THE SMALLEST MULTIPLE THAT IS SHARED BETWEEN TWO OR MORE NUMBERS
LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE
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TO SQUARE A NUMBER MULTIPLY IT BY ITSELF SQUARE NUMBERS HAVE INTEGER SQUARE ROOTS
SQUARE NUMBER
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A NUMBER THAT WHEN MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF IS EQUAL TO THE NUMBER UNDERNEATH THE SQUARE ROOT SYMBOL
SQUARE ROOT
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TO CUBE A NUMBER MULTIPLY IT BY ITSELF AND THEN BY ITSELF AGAIN. CUBE NUMBERS HAVE CUBE ROOTS THAT ARE INTEGERS
CUBE NUMBER
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A NUMBER THAT WHEN MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF AND THEN BY ITSELF AGAIN IS EQUAL TO THE NUMBER UNDERNEATH THE CUBE ROOT SYMBOL
CUBE ROOT
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## Other cards in this set

### Card 2

FACTOR

#### Back

A NUMBER THAT DIVIDES EXACTLY INTO ANOTHER NUMBER

PRIME NUMBER

PRIME FACTOR

### Card 5

#### Front

PRIME FACTOR DECOMPOSITION