ARITHMETIC GLOSSARY

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Equal In the United States all men are created Equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights that include life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Play_video
Equality A statement where two or more values are deemed to have an equal or identical value is a statement of Equality. Play_video
Equivalence When we establish Equivalence we set forth two or more equivalent or equal entities.
Two real numbers are equivalent if they have the same value.
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Even (integer) Even integers end with one of the following five digits: 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8.
These digits are considered Even and the integers that end with them are also considered Even.
When Even integers are divided by two the quotient is an integer.
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Exact Precise to the fullest extent possible.
Complete and entirely accurate.
Right on.
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Exponent Usually written as a superscript, an Exponent is a number or entity to which some other value is raised, as a power. Play_video

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