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Section 5.1 Addition and Subtraction of Integers
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Section 2.3 - Other Set Operations and Their Properties
Intersection of two sets A and B written An 3, set of all elements in common to both A and B
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Section 3.2 - Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers
Set of Whole Numbers
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Addition of Whole Numbers
Addends - numbers being added together, Sum - so
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Section 1.2 - Explorations with Patterns
Example: Find three more terms to continue the pattern. Then describe in words how the pattern
found.
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Inductive
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Section 4.1 Divisibility
Different ways divisibility can be stated
15 is divisible by 3
3 is a divisor of 15
15 is a multiple of 3
3 is a factor of 15
3 divides 15
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Section 3.4 - Addition and Subtraction Algorithms
Algorithm systematic procedure
Addition Algorithms
1. Concrete Model - use base ten blocks or other manipulatives
Example: 14 + 2
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5.2 - Multiplication and Division of Integers
Integer Multiplication
Chip Model for Multiplication- M&Ms positive integers are represented by green M&Ms and
negative integers are re
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Section 3.3 - Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers
Multiplication of Whole Numbers
Factors number being multiplied together, Product solution after multiplying
1. Repeated A
Name
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Sec 4.2 and 4.3 Practice
1. Is 153 a prime or composite number?
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Find the prime factorizations of the following numbers.
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3.1 - Numeration Systems
Numeration System - collection of properties and symbols agreed upon to represent number
systematically
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Section 2.2 Describing Sets
Sets any collection of objects
Elements individual objects in a set, also called members
A few generalizations
1. Sets are named with capital letters
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