1. ## Arithmetic

Arithmetic Operations 1A

Ok niggas, today we gonna be learning basic arithmetic operations in the set of all natural numbers or in laymen terms, all non-negative integers.

First you need to know your numbers, there are:
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. These are called Arabic Numerals (don't worry, they weren't terrorists)

It's very important that you realize,
2 is more than 1,
7 is more than 3,
but 4 is less than 9.

Numbers can go on forever, what in mathematics is called infinity.

Ok so today's lecture will cover addition and subtraction.

1+1=2
2+1=3
5+5=10
8+7=15

Now you can use more than just 2 numbers, just watch

5+7+9=21

Next we'll cover subtraction.
Unlike addition, instead of make our numbers go up, we'll be going down.
(Pay close attention King)

2-1=1
3-1=2
5-3=2
9-6=3
17-9=8

Now that you have the hang of subtraction, let's mix things up a bit.

3-1+7=9
11+17-5=23

Take the time to study this lecture and come in tomorrow with any questions.

Lecture Tomorrow=

Arithmetic Operations 1B
Multiplication and Division

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5. Professor Paroxysm, I heard of something called "ex" and "slash", what do they do and how can I use them?

I have some maths in school and want to do goods.

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9. TEACHER TEACHER, I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

4+3-5+2=42?

10. Originally Posted by fabz
TEACHER TEACHER, I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

4+3-5+2=42?
u needz a spankerz

11. I'm so excited for the next lesson.
Now my daddy will be proud of me!

13. Originally Posted by fabz
TEACHER TEACHER, I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

4+3-5+2=42?
its fairly simple, tell the 3 and 5 to gtfo and join the 4 and 2 = 42

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15. Originally Posted by darknezzrox
I'm so excited for the next lesson.
Now my daddy will be proud of me!
O.o

Well this helped me

16. Originally Posted by FORCE™

its fairly simple, tell the 3 and 5 to gtfo and join the 4 and 2 = 42
FUck, you need to teach me this shit.

17. Originally Posted by Dave84311
Professor Paroxysm, I heard of something called "ex" and "slash", what do they do and how can I use them?

I have some maths in school and want to do goods.

Thankfully,
Dave84311
The Ex is for multiplication and the slash is for division.

I don't want bans almighty-Dave

18. Originally Posted by Paroxysm

Next we'll cover subtraction.
Unlike addition, instead of make our numbers go up, we'll be going down.
(Pay close attention King)
I lol'd. Nice job.

19. wait, if 7>3, 2<1, and 4<9, therefore:

2<1, then 2(2) < 1(2)

then: 2(2) < 1(2) = 4 < 2

but, 2 < 1. but 4 < 9, so therefore

4 < 2

or, 1+1= 2

20. Originally Posted by FORCE™

its fairly simple, tell the 3 and 5 to gtfo and join the 4 and 2 = 42
i lold hard
i no understand 23-0?

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