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Percentages Practice Problems Set 9
More percentages practice problems can be found at: Percentages Practice Problems Set 1
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Percentages Practice Problems Set 10
More percentages practice problems can be found at: Percentages Practice Problems Set 1
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Multiplication of Whole Numbers Help
Multiplication of Whole Numbers In multiplication, the top number is called the multiplicand . The number directly below it is called the multiplier . The answer in multiplication is called the ...
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Whole Numbers Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Naming Numbers Help Rounding Numbers Help
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The Basic Concepts of Integers Help
The Basic Concepts of Integers The set of whole numbers consists of the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …. In algebra we extend the set of whole numbers by adding the negative numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …. The numbers ...
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Integers Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: The Basic Concepts of Integers Help Comparing Integers Help ...
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The Basic Concepts of Fractions Help
The Basic Concepts of Fractions When a whole item is divided into equal parts, the relationship of one or more of the parts to the whole is called a fraction . When a pie is cut into six equal parts, each part is onesixth of ...
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Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms Help
Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms A fraction is said to be in lowest terms if both the numerator and denominator cannot be divided evenly by any number except one. To reduce a ...
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Changing Fractions to Higher Terms Help
Changing Fractions to Higher Terms The opposite of reducing fractions is changing fractions to higher terms. To change a fraction to an equivalent fraction with a larger denominator, divide the larger ...
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Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Help
Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers An improper fraction can be changed into an equivalent mixed number. For example,
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