Addend - the numbers in a addition problem to be added together
Addition - the action of joining numbers together
Associative Property - regrouping addends or factors will not impact to total.
Commutative Property - changing the order of addends or factors does not change the total.
Difference - the answer to a subtraction problem
Digit - a numeric symbol that is used to represent numbers
Estimate - an approximate total
Equal - having the same value or being the same size
Identity Property - the value of a factor does not change when multiplied by 1, nor does an addend when zero is added.
Inverse operation - the opposite
Minuend - the number in which another number is subtracted from
More - a greater value or larger size
Multiples of 10 and 100 - when a number is multiplied by 10 or 100
Number line - a line in which the numbers mark intervals
Operation - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
Place value - the value of a digit based on it's position in a number
Standard algorithm - the traditional method of computing numbers
Subtraction - the action of taking the value of one number away from another
Subtrahend - the number to be subracted in a problem
Sum - the answer to an addition problem
Capacity - the amount of liquid an object and hold
Gram - metric unit of mass (weight)
Elapsed time - the amount of time that has passed.
Height - the quality of being tall
Kilogram - a metric unit of mass (weight) 1,ooo grams
Liter - metric unit of capacity (volume)
Mass - weight
Measure - a standard unit used to express the size, amount, or degree of something.
Milliliter - metric unit of capacity (volume) 1/1000 of a liter
Minutes - measurement of time 60 seconds
Perimeter - the distance around the outside of an object
Scale - the intervals in which a bar graph is labeled or the value of the image on a pictograph.
Standard unit - an established common unit (ie: foot, inch, cm)