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a negative multiplied or divided by a negative equals a
 positive number

 example: 3*4 = 12; 6/3 = 2

a negative multiplied by a positive equals a
a negative number
example: 3*4 = 12; 6/3 = 2

with a integer treat a negative sign
just like a subtraction sign
example: 3+2 = 3  2 or 1

a negative number subtracted from another number is the same as
adding a positive number
example: 2 1 = 2+1 = 3

remember that you can reverse the numbers while
adding or subtracting
example: 4+2 = 2+ 4 = 24 = 2

what is a prime number
a number that can only be divided evenly by itself or one

two negatives equal
a positive

subtracting a negative number is the same as
adding it

multiplying or dividing two negative numbers yields a
positive product or quotient

when only one of the terms in a multiplication or division product is negative, the resulting product or quotient will be
negative

composite numbers will have
at least three factors: themselves, one, and some other number

order of operations
please excuse my dear aunt sally

to add or subtract fractions you must have a
common denominator

to multiply fractions
multiply the numerators together and then multiply the denominators together

to divide one fraction by another
invert the second fraction and then multiply first numerators and then denominators

exponents. when two terms with the same base are multiplied together
the exponents are added together

exponents. when two terms with different bases but the same exponent are multiplied together
only the bases are multiplied, the exponent stays the same

when the same base is given two exponents
the exponents are multiplied together

when exponents are multiplied together
the exponents are added to get the final result

when the exponents in parentheses have an exponent
the exponents are multiplied to get the final result

