# Ch 17: Basic Mathematical Operations & Conversions

With this chapter, you will study lessons about basic arithmetic operations with integers, decimals, fractions and mixed numbers. You will also improve your understanding of the order of operations, absolute value and square roots.

## Basic Mathematical Operations & Conversions - Chapter Summary

Our professional instructors have assembled the lessons of this chapter to provide you with a way to reinforce your understanding of basic mathematical operations and conversions. In this chapter, you will review various mathematical procedures used to solve problems with integers, decimals, fractions and mixed numbers. More specifically, you will study information regarding:

• Using the order of operations to solve and simplify problems
• The addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of integers
• Prime factorization, greatest common factors and least common multiples
• Absolute value and the magnitude of numbers
• Converting between decimals, fractions and mixed numbers
• Arithmetic with decimals, fractions and mixed numbers
• Finding and estimating square roots
• Comparing numbers in scientific notation

Each lesson was made to be mobile-device compatible so that you might study them when/where you have the time, as long as you have access to an Internet-ready mobile device. Following your completion of each lesson, test your understanding of the material by completing the lesson's assessment and find out what topics you may want to study further. To aid in your studies, these lessons also come with handy lesson transcripts.

13 Lessons in Chapter 17: Basic Mathematical Operations & Conversions
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