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Ch.4 fac, frac, exp

Rules for Divisibility 2. If it ends in an even number 3. Add them all up 4.Are the last two digits in your number divisible by 4? 5. Ends in 0 or 5 6. Goes into 3 and 2 8.if the last 3 digits are divisible by 8 9. Add all the digits in the number 10. End in 0
Factors Factors are what goes into the numbers.
Order of Operations PEMDAS
Exponent 3^2= 3x3= 9
Base The base is the whole number
Power The power is the number above the base
(-3)² means (-3)x(-3)= 9
-3² means 3x3= -9
Prime Numbers A prime number is a whole number that only has two factors which are itself and one.
Composite Numbers All even numbers are composite including 0
GCF Greatest Common Factor
Variable GCF x^2y^5, xy^3
Prime Factorization 120
Finding Prime Factorization using GCF 78 and 124 do a factor tree
Simplifying Variable expressions 12x^2y^5/8x^4y^2
Rational Numbers A number that can be simply put into a fraction
Negative Rational Numbers 4x^3y^5 * 3x^2yz^2
Power of Power Rule (x^3y^5)^4
Zero exponent Rule x^0
Negative exponent Rule x^-3
Write without negative exponents x^-3y^2/a^2b^-3
Rewrite without a fraction bar x^3y^2/a^2b^3
Rewrite without zero or nagative exponents and simplify x^-2y^2z^0/x^-2y^-3
Jaden, Valerius Period 5
Created by: valeriusjaden