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Prime Numbers Video Lesson with Student Notes

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0:30 (Preview) • 15:14 (Main Video)

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This video lesson teaches students how to recognize prime and composite numbers.

In particular, your students will learn...
* How to find factors of a number
* The divisibility rules (how to tell if a number is divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, and 10)
* The difference between prime numbers and composite numbers
* How to factor composite numbers using a factor tree

You receive not only the instructional video but accompanying notes for students to fill out as they watch the lesson. Answer key is also included.

This means you can easily hold your students accountable, increase their retention and understanding, and provide them a great resource for review.

Perfect for in-class demonstration, remedial help, sub plans, or for flipping your class.

Upon purchase, you will receive the student notes as well as information for how you can give your students individual access to the video.

All MathLight pre-algebra videos are available for free at www.mymathlight.com. You are purchasing rights to the student notes that accompany this video and allow you to easily access participation & understanding. You are also purchasing the rights to download the video & re-upload it to your private, password-protected class website (instructions included in supplementary materials).



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Save money by purchasing the complete unit here:
* Complete Fractions & Decimals Unit.
The full unit includes lesson videos, student notes, practice exercises, assessments, unit review, review videos, and more for each of the following topics:
4.1 Prime Numbers
4.2 Greatest Common Factor
4.3 Least Common Multiple
4.4 Fractions and Mixed Numbers
4.5 Exponent Properties
4.6 Zero and Negative Exponents
4.7 Scientific Notation
4.8 Operations in Scientific Notation

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Want to see an example first? Download our free Integers unit with videos here.

Or, you can view the video in its entirety (which will also show you what to expect in the student notes) at mymathlight.com. Just click "Try it free" and choose "Show me the videos."




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The MathLight curriculum is also a great option for homeschoolers, as it includes video explanations for each concept. Visit www.mymathlight.com for more info.



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