# Math Final

 What does GCF stand for? Greatest common factor. What is the GCF of 144 and 24? 24(24-1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24 and 144-1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48. 72, 144) What is the GCF of 24 and 30? 6 What does LCM stand for? Least common multiple. What is the LCM of these two numbers? 14 44 308 What is the LCM of 7 and 14? 14 How many factors do a prime number have, and what are they? 2 factorsOne and itself. 21- Composite or prime? Prime. 51-Composite or prime? Prime How many factors do a composite number have? 3 or more 121- Composite or prime? Composite 123-Composite or prime? Prime What is the prime factorization of 49? (Exponents please) 7 squared What is the prime factorization of 144? (Exponents please) 2 to the fourth power times 3 squared What is 10 to the fifth power in standard form? 100,000 What is 5 to the fourth power in standard form? 625 If B+B=68, what is B? B= 34 If C=5, what would C squared + 16 be? 41 Explain the P and E in PEMDAS. P= parenthesis- in order of operations, you do the problem inside the parenthesis firstE=exponents- in order of operations, if you see an exponent (powers), do them first.Note: You do either one of these- whichever comes first in a left to right line. Explain the M and D in PEMDAS M=multiplication- once all exponents and parenthesis are out, look for it as well as...D=divisionNote: You do either one of these- whichever comes first in a left to right line. Explain the A and S in PEMDAS. A=addition- once everything else is done, do whatever comes first- addition or...S=subtractionNote: You do either one of these- whichever comes first in a left to right line. Write the following decimals as a fraction or mixed number. (Simplest form please) 0.23, 5.95, 17.5, 89.34, 0.45 23/1005 and 19/2017 and 1/289 and 17/509/20 When dividing fraction, which number do you flip- the first or the second? The second Write this mixed number as a fraction-5/8. 0.625 AuthorJeffreeze ID22606 Card SetMath Final DescriptionJeffreeze's math study cards for his final. Includes the addition/subtraction of fractions, the multiplication/division of fractions, fractions into decimals, angles and more. Updated2010-06-08T17:09:03Z Show Answers