IntegersWhole Numbers
Integers
Number Line
Compare Integers To compare numbers, you can draw or imagine where both of the numbers are on the number line. The number that is closest to +∞ (the right) is "greater", and the number that is closest to ‐∞ (the left) is "less". If both numbers have the same value (the same place on the number line) they are "equal".
Absolute Value The absolute value of a number is that number’s distance from zero. The answer is always positive or zero because we never measure distance with negative numbers. examples: a. 37represents the absolute value of 37. 37 = 37 because the distance between the number 37 and 0 is 37. b. 0.87 = 0.87 represents the absolute value of 0.87. 0.87 = 0.87 because the distance between the number 0.87 and 0 is 0.87. c. 0 = 0 represents the absolute value of 0. 0 = 0 because the distance between the number 0 and 0 is 0.  Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division
 Properties of Numbers
 Order of Operations
Exponents Exponents & Powers
 Rules of Exponents
Multiples & Factors Least Common Multiple
 Greatest Common Factor
 Prime & Composite Numbers
Fractions What is a Fraction?
 Equivalent Fractions
 Simplifying Fractions
 Common Denominators
 Comparing Fractions
 Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Operations with Fractions Add and Subtract Fractions
 Multiply Fractions
 Reciprocals
 Divide Fractions
Decimals Place Value
 Convert Fractions to Decimals
 Add & Subtract Decimals
 Multiply & Divide Decimals
 Terminating & Repeating Decimals
 Convert Decimals to Fractions
Ratios What is a Ratio?
 Write Ratios as Fractions
 Compare Ratios
 Unite Rates
 Solve Proportions
 Read Scale Drawings & Models
 Problems with Average Speed, Distance, Time
Percents What is a Percent?
 Write Percents as Decimals & Fractions
 Find the Percent of a Number
 Find the Percent when Given 2 Numbers
 Percent Increase/Decrease
 Discounts, Markups, Commission, and Profit
 Simple and Compound Interest
Expressions What is a Variable?
 Write an Expression from a Verbal Description
 Simplify Expressions
 Evaluate Expressions
Equations What is an Equation?
 Solve OneStep Equations
 Guess and Check
 Undoing
 Solve TwoStep Equations
Inequalities Write an Inequality from a Verbal Description
 Solve Inequalities
Linear Equations The Coordinate Plane
 Generate a Table & Graph from an Equation
 Use Equations, Tables & Graphs to Solve Problems
 Slope
 yintercept
 SlopeIntercept Form
Pythagorean Theorem Squares and Square Roots
 What is the Pythagorean Theorem?
 Use the Pythagorean Theorem to Solve Problems
 Converse of Pythagorean Theorem
 Pythagorean Triples
