Study Guides

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Negative Numbers Help
Introduction to Negative Numbers A negative number is a number smaller than zero. Think about the readings on a thermometer. A reading of – 10° means the temperature is 10° below 0° and that the temperature would ...
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Rewriting a Subtraction Problem as an Addition Problem Help
Rewriting a Subtraction Problem as an Addition Problem Sometimes in algebra it is easier to think of a subtraction problem as an addition problem. One advantage to this is that you can rearrange the terms in an addition problem but not a ...
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Multiplication and Division with Negative Numbers Help
Introduction to Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers When taking the product of two or more quantities when one or more of them is negative, take the product as you ordinarily would as if the negative signs were not there. Count the ...
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Algebra Negative Numbers Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Negative Numbers Help Rewriting a Subtraction Problem as an Addition Problem ...
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Coordinates in One Dimension Help
Introduction to Coordinates in One Dimension We envision the real numbers as laid out on a line, and we locate real numbers from left to right on this line. If a < b are real numbers then a will lie to the left of b on this line. See ...
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Negative Numbers Practice Problems
Negative Numbers Practice Problems Set 1: Adding Negative Numbers To review negative numbers, go to Negative Numbers Help Practice ...
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Multiplication and Division with Negative Numbers Practice Problems
Mulitiplication and Division with Negative Numbers Practice Problems Set 1: Introduction to Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers To review multiplication and division with negative numbers, go to
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Numbers, Square Roots and Equations Study Guide
Introduction to Numbers, Square Roots and Equations Arithmetic is one of the oldest branches, perhaps the very oldest branch, of human knowledge; and yet some of its most abstruse secrets lie close to its tritest truths.
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Numbers, Square Roots and Equations Practice Questions
To review these concepts, go to Numbers, Square Roots and Equations Study Guide. Numbers, Square Roots and Equations Practice Questions Practice Use the previous ...
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Working with Integers Study Guide
Find practice problems and solutions for these concepts at Working with Integers Practice Problems. Algebra is the branch of mathematics that denotes quantities with letters and uses negative numbers as well as ordinary ...
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