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This course includes:
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Arithmetic Course Outline
What Are Whole Numbers?
- How Do You Change Place Value?
- How Do You Add Whole Numbers?
- How Do You Subtract Whole Numbers?
- How Do You Multiply Whole Numbers?
- How Do You Divide Whole Numbers?
- What Are Whole Numbers? – Operations With Whole Numbers Recap
- What Are Exponents And Order Of Operations?
- How Can We Use Whole Numbers In Real Life?
What Are Prime Numbers?
- What Are Multiples?
- What Are Factors?
- What Is Prime Factorization?
- What Is A Least Common Multiple?
What Are Fractions?
- What Are Parts Of A Whole?
- How Do You Write Parts Of A Whole As A Fraction?
- What Are Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers?
- What Are Equivalent Fractions?
- How Do You Add And Subtract Fractions?
- How Do You Multiply Fractions?
- How Do You Divide Fractions?
What Are Mixed Numbers?
- What Are Fractions?: Operations With Fractions Recap
- What Are Mixed Numbers?
- How Do You Use Exponents And Order Of Operations With Fractions?
- What Is Ordering?
- How Can We Use Fractions In Real Life?
What Are Decimals?
- What Is The Meaning Of Decimals?
- What Is Rounding And How Do You Order Decimals?
- How Do You Add And Subtract Decimals?
- How Do You Multiply Decimals?
- How Do You Divide Decimals?
- What Are Decimals? – Operations With Decimals Recap
- How Do You Use Exponents And Order of Operations With Decimals?
- How Do We Use Decimals In Real Life?
What Are Ratios And Percents?
- What Are Ratios?
- How Do You Work With Proportions?
- What Are Percents?
- How Do You Solve Percent Problems?
Arithmetic includes operations and problem solving with whole numbers (prime and composite), proper fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, ratios, and percents. This course may be used as a developmental mathematics course for beginning college students who do not qualify for college algebra.
About the authors:
Senior Contributing Author
Bossier Parish Community College