Math Talk
“Math is a Language”  Josiah Willard Gibbs
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September 27th Discussionthe Language of Numbers
What words can we use to describe numbers? How does that help us use and understand numbers in our daily life?
Words That Describe Numbers Comic Strip Creator Teams  Definitions  Ways that word helps us to learn math and succeed in daily life? 
Every number has a name 2,000,000 vs 2 vs 200  You have to understand the number’s value (how big it is). We have to understand place value. 
*Shel Silverstein poem 
Even Kya/Laura  It can be divided into two equal groups. 

Odd Liang/Shawn  It can’t be divided into two whole numbers. 

Digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 There are only ten digits Haeun/Aarushi  The digits are the figures the that make up all numbers to “infinity and beyond.” 

Whole NumberGabriella  No decimals, no fractions  it’s the whole thing such as 1, 2, 3, …..35, 36...100  
Multiples “Buzz Lightyear Numbers” Aidan/Kevin  It’s counting by a specific number. The multiples of 12 are 12, 24, 36, 48. . .  Multiples go to infinity and beyond. . . 
Factor 1 is a factor of all numbers. 2 is a factor of all even numbers. Yana/Tamira  Factors are numbers you multiply to get a product (answer in multiplication)  The factor pairs for 24 are: 1X24 2X12 3X8 4X6 
Square Numbers Jaden/Modib  Numbers that make a square when you draw an array like this 4 is a square number:  Square numbers have two factors that are the same such as 3X3 = 9, 9 is the square number. 16 is square because 4 X 4 = 16. 
Prime 2 is the only even prime # Dravin/Marcos  It’s a number that can only be divided by one and itself or it only has one factor pair: 1 X itself.  2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37, 41, 43, 47, 51, 53, 59, 61, 67, 
Composite Alex/Dylan  They two or more factor pairs, they are the opposite of primes  Composite Numbers Less than twenty: 4: 1X4, 2X2 6: 1X6, 2X3 8: 1X8, 2X4 9: 1X9, 3X3 10: 1X10, 2X5 12: 1X12, 2X6, 3X4 14: 1X14, 2X7 15: 1X15, 3X5 16: 1X16, 2X8, 4X4 18: 1X18, 2X9, 3X6 20: 1X20, 2X10, 4X5 
Zero  is a whole number, not composite or prime  
one  not composite or prime  
Product Artur/Kayla  Result of Multiplying ___X___ = Product  
Sum Gabriella/Nich  Result of adding ___+___= sum  
Difference Angela/Elissa  Result of Subtracting _______= Difference  
Quotient  Result of division ____/_____= quotient  
Ascending Order  Going up in value  
Consecutive Order  Number in order  
Descending Order  Going down in value 
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