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1. | visual representation of distributive property used to multiply multi digit numbers and connect to creating equivalent algebraic expressions. | A. | NumericExpression |

2. | Two or more expressions that may look different, but represent the same quantity or have equal values when evaluated. | B. | DistributiveProperty |

3. | distributive law of multiplication a(b + c) = ab + ac or xy + xz = x(y + z) | C. | InequalityGraph |

4. | closed end point of a ray pointing towards positive infinity if variable is on left side. | D. | GreaterThanOrEqualTo |

5. | Expression with numbers, operations, and at least one variable. | E. | RationalNumber |

6. | aka Group Property: a + (b + c) -> (a + b) + c | F. | GEMDAS |

7. | aka Swapping Property: a + b -> b + a | G. | Like terms |

8. | addition, subtraction, multiplication,division property that keeps all equivalent equations balanced and equivalent. | H. | Simplify |

9. | closed end point of a ray pointing towards negative infinity if variable on left side. | I. | Equivalent Expression |

10. | Expression with numbers and operations only. | J. | BoundaryPoint |

11. | order in which an numeric expression must be evaluated. | K. | Term |

12. | keep your value the same property, a + 0 = a for addition, b(1) = b for multiplication | L. | AssociativeProperty |

13. | operation performed on each side of equation to undo operations performed on the variable in an equation. | M. | SolutionSet |

14. | Graph of a ray on a number line that starts from the boundary point. | N. | CommutativeProperty |

15. | a + (-a) = 0 for addition and b(1/b) =1 for multiplication | O. | InverseProperty |

16. | Any number that can be written as a ratio of two Integers and the divisor isn’t zero. | P. | Coefficient |

17. | Location on number line that separates solutions and non-solutions | Q. | LessThanOrEqualTo |

18. | A number by which a variable is multiplied. | R. | InverseOperation |

19. | set of values that satisfy a given set of inequalities. | S. | ToFactor |

20. | A math statement that can be simplified. | T. | Expression |

21. | a relation that holds between two values using less than, greater than, or not equal to. | U. | Substitute |

22. | terms that are all constants, have the same variable and power | V. | Constant |

23. | replace the value of a variable in an algebraic equation or algebraic expression. | W. | SADMEG |

24. | a term in an expression that does not change in value because it lacks a variable. | X. | Evaluate |

25. | A mathematical number sentence showing two expressions are equal using an equal sign. | Y. | Variable |

26. | simplify numeric expressions down to a single number. | Z. | OrderOfOperations |

27. | a rule or statement in mathematics that is always true. | A1. | Solve |

28. | create a simpler version of an expression, might be a smaller expression. | B1. | PropertyOfEquality |

29. | the value of the variable that makes an equation true. | C1. | Property |

30. | process of finding the factors that form a product, reverse distribution. | D1. | Inequality |

31. | a letter or symbol used to represent a number in expressions or equations. | E1. | Isolate |

32. | process of creating equivalent equations or inequalities until the variable is alone on one side of an equation or inequality | F1. | AlgebraicExpression |

33. | mnemonic memory device used to simplify a numeric expression with more two or more operations and can only ignored with a number property | G1. | Solution |

34. | mnemonic memory device used to solve an equation using inverse operations. | H1. | AreaModelOfMltiplication |

35. | find the value of a the variable in an equation that makes it true | I1. | Equation |

36. | a single number or variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together. Terms are separated by addition or subtraction signs | J1. | IdentityProperty |

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1. | visual representation of distributive property used to multiply multi digit numbers and connect to creating equivalent algebraic expressions. → H1 |

2. | Two or more expressions that may look different, but represent the same quantity or have equal values when evaluated. → I |

3. | distributive law of multiplication a(b + c) = ab + ac or xy + xz = x(y + z) → B |

4. | closed end point of a ray pointing towards positive infinity if variable is on left side. → D |

5. | Expression with numbers, operations, and at least one variable. → F1 |

6. | aka Group Property: a + (b + c) -> (a + b) + c → L |

7. | aka Swapping Property: a + b -> b + a → N |

8. | addition, subtraction, multiplication,division property that keeps all equivalent equations balanced and equivalent. → B1 |

9. | closed end point of a ray pointing towards negative infinity if variable on left side. → Q |

10. | Expression with numbers and operations only. → A |

11. | order in which an numeric expression must be evaluated. → Z |

12. | keep your value the same property, a + 0 = a for addition, b(1) = b for multiplication → J1 |

13. | operation performed on each side of equation to undo operations performed on the variable in an equation. → R |

14. | Graph of a ray on a number line that starts from the boundary point. → C |

15. | a + (-a) = 0 for addition and b(1/b) =1 for multiplication → O |

16. | Any number that can be written as a ratio of two Integers and the divisor isn’t zero. → E |

17. | Location on number line that separates solutions and non-solutions → J |

18. | A number by which a variable is multiplied. → P |

19. | set of values that satisfy a given set of inequalities. → M |

20. | A math statement that can be simplified. → T |

21. | a relation that holds between two values using less than, greater than, or not equal to. → D1 |

22. | terms that are all constants, have the same variable and power → G |

23. | replace the value of a variable in an algebraic equation or algebraic expression. → U |

24. | a term in an expression that does not change in value because it lacks a variable. → V |

25. | A mathematical number sentence showing two expressions are equal using an equal sign. → I1 |

26. | simplify numeric expressions down to a single number. → X |

27. | a rule or statement in mathematics that is always true. → C1 |

28. | create a simpler version of an expression, might be a smaller expression. → H |

29. | the value of the variable that makes an equation true. → G1 |

30. | process of finding the factors that form a product, reverse distribution. → S |

31. | a letter or symbol used to represent a number in expressions or equations. → Y |

32. | process of creating equivalent equations or inequalities until the variable is alone on one side of an equation or inequality → E1 |

33. | mnemonic memory device used to simplify a numeric expression with more two or more operations and can only ignored with a number property → F |

34. | mnemonic memory device used to solve an equation using inverse operations. → W |

35. | find the value of a the variable in an equation that makes it true → A1 |

36. | a single number or variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together. Terms are separated by addition or subtraction signs → K |

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