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addition, subtraction, multiplication, division 

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Name the four operations associated with whole numbers. 


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What is the inverse of multiplication? 


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operation of repeated subtractions 


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to separate into groups or shares 


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the number by which the dividend is to be divided 


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the number resulting from the division of one number by another 


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In addition, subtraction, and multiplicationthere are a total of 100 possible combinations in each operation. In division, there are only 90. Why? 


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5 ÷ 0 =
a) 5
b) 0
c) undefined 


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5 ÷ 1 =
a) 5
b) 1
c) undefined 


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0 ÷ 5 =
a) 5
b) 0
c) undefined 


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T or F: You can represent division on a number line 


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With 48 ÷ 2, you would start dividing in the (a. ones place b. tens place) 


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With 455 ÷ 5, you would start dividing in the (a. hundreds b. tens c. ones) place 


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what is left over when a division problem doesn't divide evenly 


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What term often indicates division in word problems? 


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T or F: A remainder must always be less than the divisor 


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the dividend minus the product of the divisor and quotient 


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an incomplete quantity resulting from dividing part of the quotient by the divisor 


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T or F: All problems divide evenly 


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What are the three measures of central tendency? 


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a value is near the middle or center of all other numbers when they are arranged in order of size 


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measure of central tendency found by adding the given values and the dividing the sum by the number of addends 


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measure of central tendency found when you arrange given values in ascending or descending order and find which value is in the center of all the numbers 


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measure of central tendency where you find the value among all the numbers that occurs the most frequently 


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False
There will not always be a mode 

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T or F: There will always be a mean, median, and mode 

