# math quiz T=nc study guide

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flash cards for the T-nc unit
Flashcards by Heidi Godowski, updated more than 1 year ago
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 Question Answer T=nc Total= number x cost Addition for T=nc unit Putting a list numbers/items together, like the cost of items, to get a sum or total. The “+” sign is used when “adding” numbers together to get a total. Subtraction for the T=nc unit Taking away a number from a number to get a remaining number, like taking away the total cost of items from the amount of money you have to get the change you will get. The “-” sign is used when subtracting numbers to get change or the “remaining” number. Multiplication for the T=nc unit Taking the cost of an item and increasing it by how many of that item you are buying. Cost x number or cn. The “x” sign is used when multiplying OR you will see numbers next to each other in an equation like “cn” in T=cn. This means to multiply c x n Spend The amount of money you pay for items Change (as in money) for the T=nc unit The amount you will get back from the money you pay for items Amount Cost of an item

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