includes number theory, which is the study of whole numbers and
relations between them. This unit includes in-depth instruction
on factors, multiples, primes, composites, divisibility tests,
and exponents. Try our elementary math lessons below, or
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||To define factor
and greatest common factor. To find all factors of a whole number. To find the GCF of two or more whole
||To define multiple
and least common multiple. To find multiples of whole numbers. To find the LCM of two or more whole
define primes and composites. To determine if a
whole number is prime or
composite by examining its factors.
||To determine if
larger whole numbers are prime or composite by using divisibility
tests for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10.
exponent, base and power. To learn exponential notation. To read
and write numbers in exponential form. To convert between standard, factor
and exponential form.
|Patterns and Exponents
patterns with exponents. To predict the next term in
a sequence of numbers written in exponential form.
||To complete 10 additional
exercises as practice with number theory. To assess students' understanding of all theory
||To solve 10
additional problems that challenge students' understanding of all theory
presented. To hone students' problem-solving
||To review complete
solutions to all exercises in this unit number theory unit.
This unit is by Gisele Glosser. You can find me on Google.