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Refresh their (and your) knowledge with key terms from the

Refresh their (and your) knowledge with key terms from the

*Mathnasium Glossary*below.**addition**counting “how many altogether.” The process of forming a whole.**complement**“the rest of it.” the remaining part with respect to the whole.**counting**the process of determining quantity (how many, how much).**denomination**the collective name of a group of similar things (apples, dogs, inches).**division**counting “how many of these are there inside of that.” The process of separating a whole into equal parts.**fraction**the result of breaking a whole into equal parts; one or more of those equal**group**one or more of the same thing (1 apple, 9 dogs, 5 inches, 8 things).**half**the first fraction. A whole divided into two equal parts; one of those parts. “Two parts the same.”**interval**the distance from one number (or unit) to another. The space between two numbers.**Law of SAMEness**It is only possible to add and subtract things of the same kind, things with the same name, the same denomination (an apple plus a banana is not a “banapples”).**mathematics**the study of wholes and parts, and the relationship between them.**matrix**literally, “mother.” That which gives form, origin, or foundation to something enclosed or embedded in it. A place of origin and growth. Related words include environment, framework, womb, structure, model; enclosed, enveloping, surrounding.**measurement**the determining of quantity.**multiplication**counting “in equal groups.” The process of forming a whole from equal groups.**part**a component of the whole. A fragment, fraction, section, portion, region; a piece broken off.**percent**literally, “for each 100,” “parts per hundred,” “how many for each hundred.”**proportion**literally, “according to amount.” The relation of one part to another or to the whole; relative size. Comparison, analogy, balance, symmetry.**ratio**a comparsion of two numbers by division.**subtraction**counting “how far apart two numbers are” and “how much is left.” The process of removing a part(s) from a whole.**whole**undivided. The one composed of the many. That which can be broken–down into parts. All of the quantity under consideration.**zero**the number that counts none. That which has no parts.