Ch 1: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Basic Math

About This Chapter

Refresh your knowledge of basic math concepts by studying the material covered in this Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I prep chapter. Put your skills to the test by taking the brief multiple-choice lesson quizzes and chapter exam.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Basic Math - Chapter Summary

The complexities of math can range from simple addition to complex quadratic equations. In this chapter, you'll review basic mathematical principles to determine such things as to how find the prime factorization of a number, and how to determine the greatest common factor or least common multiple. You'll also prepare for the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I exam by practicing how to identify and solve:

  • Different types of numbers
  • Arithmetic calculations with signed and whole numbers
  • The order of operations

Thoroughly review each concept covered, then practice what you've learned using the lesson quizzes and more comprehensive chapter exam. These assessments will help you identify any areas you may need to re-examine to ensure you are fully prepared for the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I exam. You can print out the quiz worksheets to continue studying offline as well. Instructors are also available to answer any questions you may have.

7 Lessons in Chapter 1: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Basic Math
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What are the Different Types of Numbers?

1. What are the Different Types of Numbers?

Learn all of the different types of numbers: natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and real numbers. This video lesson teaches you how to classify any numbers you come across.

Arithmetic with Whole Numbers

2. Arithmetic with Whole Numbers

There are four basic mathematical operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. These four operations are used in a wide range of everyday skills and are the fundamental blocks of arithmetic.

Arithmetic Calculations with Signed Numbers

3. Arithmetic Calculations with Signed Numbers

Signed numbers are often referred to as integers. Integers include both positive and negative numbers. In this lesson, you will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers.

What Is The Order of Operations in Math? - Definition & Examples

4. What Is The Order of Operations in Math? - Definition & Examples

The order of operations is the steps used to simplify any mathematical expression. In this video, learn how to solve problems using these steps and easy tricks to remember them.

How to Find the Prime Factorization of a Number

5. How to Find the Prime Factorization of a Number

The prime factorization of a number involves breaking that number down to its smallest parts. This lesson will show you two different ways to discover the prime factorization of any number.

How to Find the Greatest Common Factor

6. How to Find the Greatest Common Factor

If the factors of a number are the different numbers that you can multiply together to get that original number, then the greatest common factor of two numbers is just the biggest one that both have in common. See some examples of what I'm talking about here!

How to Find the Least Common Multiple

7. How to Find the Least Common Multiple

The least common multiple of two numbers is the smallest number that can be divided evenly by your two original numbers. See some examples of what I'm talking about here!

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