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# Tag: Number Theory Grade 6

## Powers of Fractions

Example 1 To solve this problem, treat the base as a whole number. Expand and multiply. Example 2 Read more →...

## Introduction to Exponents

An exponent is the idea of repeated multiplication. Example 1 23 This is not 2×3. Recall the description of “repeated multiplications” So the above problem represents the multiplication of the number 2 three times. 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 Example 2 32 This problem is completed in much the same way. 3 x…...

## Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Example Find the sum and write the answer as a mixed number. Here we have two fractions but different denominators. The first thing that should be done when working with fractions is to check is there is a common denominator. If there is no common denominator then we need to give them the same denominator.…...

## Equivalent Ratios

Ratios are equivalent because they have the same meaning. You can find equivalent ratios by multiplying or dividing both sides by the same number. Example The figure below shows equivalent ratios to 20: 60. Fill in the missing values. The easiest thing to do in this situation would be to start from the ratio given…...

## Number Theory – 45 Questions

Mixed Review Complete. 1. Circle all of the numbers that are divisible by 6. 55 18 17 87 93 92 48 91 57 42 71 30 2. Circle all of the numbers that are divisible by 2. 4 47 2 752 511 36 219 45 88 66 12 54 Find the prime factorization of each…...

## Number Theory – 64 Questions

Classify each number as prime or composite. 1. 93 Prime Composite 2. 11 Prime Composite 3. 70 Prime Composite 4. 15 Prime Composite 5. 2 Prime Composite 6. 12 Prime Composite 7. 35 Prime Composite 8. 42 Prime Composite Complete each divisibility table. Write yes if the number is divisible by the given number. Write…...