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The objects that belong to a set.

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A line with a scale that is used to show how numbers relate to each other.

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A number located to the left of zero on a number line.

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A number located to the right of zero on the number line.

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Numbers that can be written with a positive or negative sign.

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The set of integers is:

{ .-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, .}.

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The point on a number line that corresponds to a number is its graph.

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Rational numbers can be written as the quotient of two integers, with denominator not zero.

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Set-builder notation is used to describe a set of numbers without actually having to list all of the elements.

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Irrational numbers cannot be written as the quotient of two integers but can be represented by points on the number line.

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All numbers that can be represented by points on the number line, that is, all rational and irrational numbers.

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Two numbers that are the same distance from zero on a number line but on opposite sides of zero. The sum of two additive inverses equals zero.

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The distance between zero and a number on a number line.

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The multiplicative inverse of a nonzero real number a is 1/a. The product of multiplicative inverses is one.

- Natural numbers
- Whole numbers
- Numerator
- Denominator
- Factor
- Product
- Factored
- Prime number
- Composite number
- Greatest common factor (GCF)
- Lowest terms
- Reciprocals
- Quotient
- Sum
- Least common denominator (LCD)
- Mixed number
- Difference
- Exponent (power)
- Base
- Exponential expression
- Grouping symbols
- Variable
- Algebraic expression
- Equation
- Solution of an equation
- Set
- Elements (members)
- Number line
- Negative number
- Positive number
- Signed numbers
- Integers
- Graph of a number
- Rational numbers
- Set-builder notation
- Irrational numbers
- Real numbers
- Additive inverse
- Absolute value
- Multiplicative inverse (reciprocal)
- Commutative property of addition
- Commutative property of multiplication
- Associative property of addition
- Associative property of multiplication
- Identity property
- Inverse property
- Distributive property
- Term
- Numerical coefficient
- Like terms
- Unlike terms
- Combining like terms

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