Factor |
Factors are numbers we can multiply together to get another number | piskic akitāsona |

4×5=20; 4 and 5 are factors of 20 2×3×7=42; 2, 3 and 7 are factors of 42 |

Factoring |
A number or expression that is multiplied by another to yield a product (e.g., a factor of 24 is 8 because 8 × 3 = 24, and a factor of 3n is n because 3 ⋅ n = 3n). [1] | pa piskicipita |

[latex]5x-20=5(x-4) \\24=4×6 \\36=2×2×3×3[/latex] |

Fifteen |
15 | neyânanosâp |

Fifth |
Constituting number five in a sequence. | mwecinîyânan |

Fifty |
50 | nîyânanomitanaw |

First |
Before anything else, constituting number one in a sequence. | mwecipeyakwâw |

Five |
5 | nîyânan |

Form |
The manner or style of arranging and coordinating parts. [6] | kayisenakwahk |

standard form: [latex]3x+2y=7[/latex] exponential form: [latex]3×3×3×3×3=3^5[/latex] expanded form: [latex]537=5×100+3×10+7×1[/latex] |

Forty |
40 | nêwomitanaw |

Four |
4 | nêwo |

Fourth |
Constituting number four in a sequence. | mwecinewiyihk |

Fourteen |
14 | nêwosâp |

Fraction |
A ratio of numbers or variables. | pahki akihtāson |

[latex]\frac{x}{2y},\space \frac{2x-1}{3x^2+7}[/latex] |