**Pre-Algebra - Autumn Math Vocabulary Review**

Write the vocabulary word for each definition or hint. The

**first letter**of each vocabulary word reveals a message. If the vocabulary has more than one word, only consider the first letter of the first word. Suggestions: Print on colored paper. Capitalize the first letter of each math vocabulary word.

______________ - part of something or fifty percent

______________ - distance from zero (2 words)

____________ __________ - a fraction is considered to be this form when it cannot be reduced anymore or the numerator and denominator have no common factors except for 1 (2 words)

____________ __________ - in an expression or equations these terms have the same variable parts but the coefficients may differ (2 words)

__________________ - So everyone can get the same answer when multiple operations are used in an expression or equation, mathematicians agree to use this procedure.

______________ - 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 are examples of ?

______________ - tells how many times a number, the base, is multiplied times itself

______________ - two expressions set equal to each other

______________ - the name of the top portion of a fraction and it names the number of equal parts in question

**Pre-Algebra - Autumn Math Vocabulary Review Answers**

Write the vocabulary word for each definition or hint. The

**first letter**of each vocabulary word reveals a message. If the vocabulary has more than one word, only consider the first letter of the first word. Suggestion: Print on colored paper. Capitalize the first letter of each math vocabulary word.

**H**alf- part of something or fifty percent

**A**bsolute Value - distance from zero (2 words)

**L**owest Terms - a fraction is considered to be this form when it cannot be reduced anymore or the numerator and denominator have no common factors except for 1 (2 words)

**L**ike Terms - in an expression or equations these terms have the same variable parts but the coefficients may differ (2 words)

**O**rder of Operations - So everyone can get the same answer when multiple operations are used in an expression or equation, mathematicians agree to use this procedure.

**W**hole Numbers - 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 are examples of ? (2 words)

**E**xponents - tells how many times a number, the base, is multiplied times itself

**E**quation - two expressions set equal to each other

**N**umerator - the name of the top portion of a fraction and it names the number of equal parts in question