Algebraic Thinking Vocabulary
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by Caity Eason
| 9 Questions
Note from the author:
Vocabulary quiz for algebraic thinking.
1
1 pt
Which definition best describes the term factor pairs?
A number that divides a whole number evenly.
The product of that number and any whole number.
The two factors that are multiplied to find a product.
A number that represents part of a whole or part of a set.
2
1 pt
Which definition best describes the term multiple?
A number that divides a whole number evenly.
The two factors that are multiplied to find a product.
A whole number with exactly two factors, 1 and itself.
The product of a certain number and any whole number.
3
1 pt
Which term best fits the definition a letter or symbol used to represent an unknown quantity?
rule
pattern
variable
multiple
4
1 pt
Which term best fits the definition the answer to a multiplication problem?
sum
factor
product
difference
5
1 pt
Which definition best describes the term prime number?
A whole number that has more than two factors.
A whole numer with exactly two factors, 1 and itself.
The product of that number and any whole number.
Numbers in a problem or related numbers that are easy to work with mentally.
6
1 pt
Which definition best describes the term rule?
A symbol used to write numbers.
A letter or symbol used to represent an unknown quantity.
A statement that describes a relationship between numbers or objects.
A sequence of numbers, figures, or symbols that follows a rule or design.
7
1 pt
Which term best fits the definition a comparison of two quantities in which one is described as a multiple of the other?
factor
multiple
expression
multiplicative comparision
8
1 pt
Which term best fits the definition each number in a numeric pattern?
term
digit
value
factor
9
1 pt
Which definition best describes the term composite number?
A symbol used to write numbers.
A whole number that has more than two factors.
A whole number with exactly two factors, 1 and itself.
A letter or symbol used to represent an unknown quantity.
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