Study Guide

# Basic Operations Topics

### Number Types

Thinking of natural numbers, we can transport ourselves back to simpler times. The good ol' days...

### Place Value

In a weird way, numbers are like chameleons: they change with their location. Depending on its...

### Writing Algebraic Expressions

Translating spoken-word phrases into algebraic expressions is the start to an awesome session of...

### Order of Operations

The order in which we complete a mathematical equation or expression is super important. Doing...

### Divisibility Test

In life, a picture is worth a thousand texts, a good shortcut is worth extra time on Minecraft,...

### Properties of Numbers

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### Prime Factorization

Prime factorization is the process of breaking down a number into its prime factors.Say...

### LCM & GCF

The Least Common Multiple, or LCM, of two or more numbers is the smallest number other than zero...

### Absolute Value

The absolute value of a number is the number's distance from zero on a number line.

### Comparing Integers

Like we saw earlier, integers is just a fancy name for whole numbers (0, 1, 2, 3,…) and...

Here's the secret to adding integers: one positive and one negative added together cancel...

### Subtracting Integers

Subtraction is the opposite of addition. Here's a little mantra to help us remember how it works...

### Multiplying and Dividing Integers

You've made it past addition and subtraction. Guess what's next? It's time to learn the ropes...

### Powers

As young math whipper-snappers, we added five 4s like this: 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4Then we learned a...

### Roots

Roots are sort of like the opposites of powers. The square root of 9, written as ,...

### Scientific Notation

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