# Ch 14: CEOE Advanced Math: Number Theory

Learn about number theory in this chapter of the CEOE Advanced Mathematics exam study guide. Video lesson and self-assessment quizzes review topics you should understand about number theory for teacher licensure in Oklahoma.

## CEOE Advanced Math: Number Theory - Chapter Summary

Lessons in this chapter explore number theory, including prime numbers, composite numbers, and odd and even numbers. Also covered are how to find the prime factorization of a number, finding the prime factorization with exponents, and how to find the greatest common factor. By the end of this chapter, you should be familiar with:

• Prime, composite, and odd and even numbers
• How to find the prime factorization of a number
• Finding the prime factorization with exponents
• How to find the greatest common factor
• How to find the least common multiple
• Using prime factorizations to find the least common multiples

Short, engaging video lessons make the material fun and interesting. Self-assessment quizzes can be used to test your knowledge, or print them as worksheets to help you study. The jump feature under the Timeline tab allows you to skip directly to main subjects in each video.

### Number Theory - Chapter Objectives

Oklahoma uses the CEOE Advanced Mathematics exam as a requirement for teacher certification. The questions in this chapter are in the exam's section on mathematical processes and number sense, which accounts for about 18% of the test. The exam consists of 80 multiple-choice questions and one open-response question. Our lessons quizzes and chapter exam offer good practice in answering these types of questions.

9 Lessons in Chapter 14: CEOE Advanced Math: Number Theory
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Practice Final Exam
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