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Word list: GCSE Maths: Numbers 3

gradient A gradient is how steep a slope is.
gram A gram is a thousandth of a kilogram.
HCF HCF stands for highest common factor.
indices Indices show the power of a quantity.
integer An integer is a whole number.
irrational An irrational number is a number that is not an integer but cannot be expressed as a common fraction.
LCM LCM stands for lowest common multiple.
natural Positive or counting numbers are also called natural numbers.
numerator The number above the line in a fraction is called a numerator.
prime A prime number can only be divided by one and itself.
product A product is the result of multiplying two numbers together.
rational Integers and decimals are rational numbers.
reciprocal The reciprocal of 2 is 1/2.
sum The sum of two numbers is calculated by adding them together.
triangular Triangular numbers are a pattern of numbers that form an equilateral triangle shape.
surd An irrational number that is expressed as the root of a natural number is called a surd.
binomial A binomial expression is made up of two terms.

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