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# Pre Algebra Concepts

### Prime numbers and prime factoring

### Common factor and greatest common factor

### Simplify fraction and equivalent fractions

### Complex fractions

### Least common multiple and denominator

### Compare fractions

### Fraction and mixed number

### Add fractions

### Add mixed numbers

### Subtract fractions

### Subtract mixed numbers

### Multiply fractions

### Divide fraction or mixed number

### Other

### To Lean pre-algebra

In pre-algebra section, there are basic rules for arithmetic operation. For example, what is the common factors? What is the greatest common factor (GCF)? What is the simplest form of a fraction? What is the least common denominator (LCD)? How to comparing fractions with common denominators? How to comparing fractions with different denominators? How to compare fractions with the same numerators and different denominators? How to change a mixed number to a fraction? How to add two fractions with the same denominator? How to add two fractions with different denominators? How to add two mixed numbers with the same denominator? How to add two mixed numbers with different denominators? How to subtract two fractions with the same denominator? How to subtract two fractions with different denominators? How to subtract two mixed numbers with the same denominator? How to subtract two mixed numbers with different denominators? How to multiply two fractions? How to divide two fractions? Why do we need to use a fraction? Look the example, on hour is 60 minutes, then 20 minutes is how many hours? The 20 minutes is 20/60 = 1/3 hours which is a fraction. So, a part of whole can be expressed as a fraction. There are a lot of operation rules in Pre-algebra, it is the foundation of the algebra. The more you practice, the more you will understand.

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