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Data  Information that is collected first or second hand. Data are usually numerical, organized in charts and displayed by graphs. [1]  (1) nȏkanwa (2) akihtȃsȏwinah 

Percentage of Cree speakers in Canadian Provinces [9]

Denominator  The number below the line in a fraction that can state one of the following: the number of elements in a set or the number of equal parts into which the whole is divided. [1]  nichi akihtāson 
Difference  The amount remaining after one quantity is subtracted from another. [1]  iskonikīwin 
Different  Not alike in character or quality; distinct in nature; dissimilar. [6]  pȋtos 
Digit  Any one of the ten numerals: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9. [1]  peyak akihtâson 
digits “3”, “0” and “5” form the number “305” 
Dime  A small coin that is worth 10 cents. There are 10 dimes in a dollar. [4]  mitahsonias 
Distributive  A property of real numbers that states that the product of the sum or difference of two numbers is the same as the sum or difference of their products. [1]  (1) pēyakwan ayitaw
(2) ispȋhtawakȇyhtakwanwah 
[latex]3(5+7)=3×5+3×7[/latex] 
Division  A mathematical operation involving two numbers that tells how many groups there are or how many are in each group. [1]  pahpiskihc âyâwin 
[latex]18÷9=2[/latex] 
Dollar  The main unit of money in many countries such as United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. [4]  pēyakwāpisk 
Domain  The set of all possible input values for a function or relation. [4]  itakisowina 