# Comic Math project

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• EXAMPLE:
• Prime factorization is like the prime number are the basic building blocks of all numbers .
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• When your trying to find your answer in prime factorization your answer will be all prime numbers, In the example i gave all prime numbers are 2,3,3 so your answer will be 2x3x3 but 3x3 can be written in exponent.﻿So your answer is 2x3 to the 2nd power
• EXAMPLE:
• parentheses Exponents  Multiply Divide  Add Subtract
• (5x50)+50-4﻿ 250+50-4 300-4 296
• ﻿When your doing Order of operation you need to do it in order so the order is this way.
• Third step is to subtract 300-4 because subtracting gose last﻿.
• First step is going to be (5x50) because we do Parentheses.
• HINT:START IN ORDER FROMLEFT TO RIGHT
• Second step is add 250+50 because adding gose first than subtraction.
• EXAMPLE:
• When you want to find out the answer for this problem you need to multiply 5 three times like this 5x5x5.We do this because the exponent is 3 so we have to show three times the 5 so,5x5x5=125
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• Base﻿
• 5x5x5 25x5 125
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• (The number that is multiplied)
• ﻿Exponent
• ﻿Exponent tells us how many times to multiply the base
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• EXAMPLE:﻿
• ﻿When your Modeling Equations you can use bar models like i did.
• Modeling Equations is when you are modeling a equation like this.
• ﻿7+x
• 7
• X
• EXAMPLE:
• x-9;x=15 x-9=15-9-6﻿
• Before you do something you need to know the value of the variable.﻿
• HINT:BE CAREFUL HOW YOU RE-WRITE IT!
• When you are Evaluating Expressions you are finding the value of the variable like in this example x=15 so we re-write the problem now the problem is 15-9=6 .
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• When your Generating Equivalent Expressions you need to see if the two expressions are equal to the same answer, like the example i put it says 5(3)+65=5(3)+1 if your asking how to do this you need to solve the problem.
• ﻿First you have to multiply 5x3 for both examples that will be 15.
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• 5(3)+65=5(3)+1
• 15+65=15+1
• 80=16 ﻿
• For this problem there not equivalent .
• Second step is to add 15+65 for List A that will be 80
• Third step is to add 15+1 for List B that will be 16
• ﻿One way to test whether two expressions might be equivalent is to evaluate theme for the same value of the variable.
• Last step is to see the answer you have and see if its the same answer.
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