The number by which another number is divided. For 3 ÷ 9, the divisor is 9.

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Index number

A number that is multiplied by itself one or more times is raised to a power.

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Inequality symbols

The following symbols are inequality signs: < less than, > greater than, ≤ less than or equal to and ≥ greater than or equal to. For example, 8 > 3 means 8 is greater than 3.

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Operation

A mathematical process. The most common operations are addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x) and division (÷).

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Place value

The value of a place, or position, of a digit in a number.

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Power

A number that it is multiplied by itself one or more times is raised to a power.

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Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

A number that is multiplied by itself one or more times is raised to a power.

Back

Index number

Card 3

Front

The following symbols are inequality signs: < less than, > greater than, ≤ less than or equal to and ≥ greater than or equal to. For example, 8 > 3 means 8 is greater than 3.

Back

Card 4

Front

A mathematical process. The most common operations are addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x) and division (÷).

Back

Card 5

Front

The value of a place, or position, of a digit in a number.

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