# SAT Math

 The flashcards below were created by user Anonymous on FreezingBlue Flashcards. Integers Positive and negative whole numbers, and zero. NOT fractions or decimals Prime Number An integer that has exactly two distinct factors: Itself and 1. All prime numbers are positiv; the smallest prime number is 2.One is not a prime! Rational Numbers rationale Zahlene.g. (1/3); 2; -3 ... (not: e, pi, square 2) Irrational Numbers Not rational! Does not repeat, has no end.e.g.: e, pi, square(2) Real Numbers All numbers, except imaginary numbers Imaginarz Numbers e.g.: square(-1) Consecutive Numbers The members of a set listed in order, without skipping any.Consecutive Numbers: -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2...Consecutive positive multiples of 3: 3,6,9,12,... Distinct Numbers Numbers that are different from each other Sum + Difference - Product x Quotient / Remainder The integer left over after dividing, two numbers. e.g. 17/2, remainder is 1.Remember: on the Math Subject Test, a remainder is ALWAYS an integer!!! Reciprocal "Kehrwert" Positive Difference smaller - bigger number. Absolute Value "Betrag" Arithmetic Mean average Median Median Mode The value that occurs most often in a list. If no value appears more often than all the others in a list, then that has no mode. Factors Factors of an integer, are all the integers that can divide the integer.factors are smaller then the number itself Prime Factors e.g.8= 2*2*275= 5*5*3 Multiples The multiples of a number are all the numbers that are evenly divisible by your original number.smallest multiple of a is a!"postive integer multiples of 6" = 1 x 6, 2 x 6, 3 x 6, ... AuthorAnonymous ID38930 Card SetSAT Math Descriptionto lern for math sat Updated2010-10-01T13:29:09Z Show Answers