Number Theory
Examine visual methods for finding least common multiples and greatest common factors, including Venn diagram models and area models. Explore prime numbers. Learn to locate prime numbers on a number grid and to determine whether very large numbers are prime.
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Probability
Slide show shows how to use tree diagrams, compute the probability of outcomes when choices are equally likely, se the multiplication counting principle to find the total number of possible outcomes of a sequence of choices, find the greatest common factor and least common multiple of two numbers, solve ratio and rate number stories, and find the factors and prime factorizations of numbers
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