# Pre-Algebra Explained

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## What you'll learn

- You will be a master of Pre-Algebra and be fully ready for Algebra 1
- You will be able to Perform all Operations with Whole Numbers without a Calculator
- You will be able to Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Integers
- You will be able to Simplify, Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Fractions
- You will be able to Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Compare, and Round Decimals
- You will be able to find the Mean (Average), Median, and Mode for a group of numbers
- You will be able to convert between U.S. and Metric Units of Measurement

## Requirements

- Basic Arithmetic: Basic understanding of counting and numbers

## Description

Are you looking to Master** Pre-Algebra** and** Ace** your next **Exam**? In this course, you will master the basic concepts of pre-algebra with our **step by step** tutorials and quizzes. The concepts you will learn are fundamental to success in higher math classes such as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. We will review operations with whole numbers, and then move on to learn how to perform operations with integers, fractions, and decimals. We will wrap up our course by learning how to find the mean, median, and mode for a group of numbers, along with how to convert between various units of measurement.

## Who this course is for:

- Anyone who wants to master Pre-Algebra and get ready for Algebra

## Course content

### Whole Numbers32 lectures • 5hr 11min

- Place ValuePreview19:12

- Place Value Written Lesson02:53

- Place Value Quiz3 questions

- Expanded NotationPreview16:04

- Expanded Notation Written Lesson01:53

- Expanded Notation3 questions

- Inequalities and the Number Line09:33

- Inequalities and the Number Line Written Lesson02:34

- Inequalities and the Number Line3 questions

- Rounding Whole NumbersPreview05:18

- Rounding Whole Numbers Written Lesson02:47

- Rounding Whole Numbers3 questions

- Properties of Addition08:17

- Properties of Addition Written Lesson02:25

- Properties of Addition3 questions

- Adding Whole Numbers using a Number Line07:36

- Adding Whole Numbers using a Number Line Written Lesson01:15

- Adding Whole Numbers using a Number Line3 questions

- Multi-Digit Addition (Vertical Addition)16:14

- Multi-Digit Addition (Vertical Addition) Written Lesson02:43

- Multi-Digit Addition (Vertical Addition)3 questions

- Subtracting Whole Numbers using a Number Line10:02

- Subtracting Whole Numbers using a Number Line Written Lesson02:55

- Subtracting Whole Numbers using a Number Line3 questions

- Multi-Digit Subtraction (Vertical Subtraction)17:10

- Multi-Digit Subtraction (Vertical Subtraction) Written Lesson02:39

- Multi-Digit Subtraction (Vertical Subtraction)3 questions

- Properties of Multiplication21:23

- Properties of Multiplication Written Lesson04:51

- Properties of Multiplication5 questions

- Multi-Digit Multiplication (Vertical Multiplication)24:14

- Multi-Digit Multiplication Written Lesson06:02

- Multi-Digit Multiplication (Vertical Multiplication)3 questions

- Multiplication with Trailing Zeros09:00

- Multiplication with Trailing Zeros Written Lesson01:22

- Multiplication with Trailing Zeros3 questions

- Properties of Division23:18

- Properties of Division Written Lesson05:11

- Properties of Division5 questions

- Long Division40:10

- Long Division Written Lesson07:10

- Long Division3 questions

- Introduction to ExponentsPreview15:58

- Introduction to Exponents Written Lesson03:49

- Introduction to Exponents5 questions

- The Order of Operations (Whole Numbers)14:16

- The Order of Operations (Whole Numbers) Written Lesson03:02

- The Order of Operations (Whole Numbers)3 questions

### Integers14 lectures • 2hr 22min

### Fractions30 lectures • 5hr 40min

### Decimals14 lectures • 2hr 43min

### Measurement6 lectures • 1hr 6min

## Instructor

John Greene earned a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a master's degree in Economics. Throughout his career, he has helped thousands of students ace their math and economics courses. John has a passion for learning, and wants to help students excel. John founded the site GreeneMath to help struggling students raise their grades in math, regardless of income.