**SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS**

**CLASS: JSS 2**

**DATE:**

**TERM: 1st TERM**

WEEK TWO

**TOPIC: WHOLE NUMBERS AND DECIMAL NUMBERS**

- Whole Difference between Whole Numbers and Decimal Numbers
- Whole numbers in Standard Form and Decimal Numbers in Standard Form
- Factors, Multiples and Prime Numbers

**Difference between Whole Numbers and Decimal Numbers**

Whole number is a number without fraction. For example 1, 2, 3, 4…1000, 38888 are examples of whole numbers.71/2 is not a whole number. A decimal number is a fractional number less than 1. It is smaller to a whole number. Examples - 0.1,0.01,0.001etc

**Whole Numbers in Standard Form and Decimal Numbers in Standard Form**

Whole numbers in standard form are expressed in the form of A x 10n such that A is a number between 1 and 10, n is a whole number.

Example

Express the following in standard form (a) 200 (b) 4100 (c) 300000

Solution

- 200 = 2 x 100 = 2x102
- 4100 = 4.1 x 1000 = 4.1 x 103
- 300000 = 3 x 100000 = 3 x 105

**Evaluation**

Express the following in standard form (a) 500 (b) 36000 (c) 7200000

Decimal fractions such as 0.00 and 0.000001 can be expressed as powers of 10 e.g. 0.0001 = 1/10000 = 1/104 = 10-4

Thus, any decimal fraction can be expressed in a standard form e.g. 0.008=8/1000=8/103 =8x1/103=8x10-3

Therefore, the number 8x10-3 is in standard form ax10 and n is a negative integer while A is a number between1 and 10

Example

Express the following in standard form (a) 0.0023 (b) 0.00034 (c) 0.125

Solution

- 0.023 = 23/1000 = 2.3/102 = 2.3 x 10-3
- 0.00034 34/100000= 3.4/104 = 3.4x 10-4
- 0.125 = 125/1000 = 1.25/101 = 1.25x10-1

**Evaluation**

Express the following in standard form (a) 0.0067 (b) 0.00082 (c) 0.012

**READING ASSIGNMENT **

New General Mathematics, UBE Edition, chapter 1, pages 27-28

Essential Mathematics by A J S Oluwasanmi, Chapter 1, pages 1-4

**FACTORS, MULTIPLES AND PRIME NUMBERS**

The factors of a number are the whole numbers that divide the number exactly. For example the factors of 10 are 1, 2 and 5.

A prime number has only two factors, itself and 1. The following are examples of prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7, 11,13…. However, 1 is not a prime number.

A multiple of a whole number is obtained by multiplying it by any whole number.

**Example **

- Write down all the factors of 18.
- State which of theses factors are prime numbers
- Write the first three multiples of 18
- Express 18 as a product of its prime factors in index form

**Solution:**

- Factors of 18:1, 2,3,6,9 and 18.
- Prime numbers of the factors of 18:2 and3
- The first three multiples of 18 are 1x18 = 18, 2x18=36, 3x18=54 => 18, 36 and 54.
- 18 = 2x3x3 = 2 x 32 in index form

**Example 2:**

- Write down all the factors of 22.
- State which of theses factors are prime numbers
- Write the first three multiples of 22

**Solution:**

- Factors of 22:1, 2, and 11.
- Prime numbers of the factors of 22: 2 and11
- The first three multiples of 22 are 1x22 = 22, 2x22=44, 3x22=66 => 22, 44 and 66.

**Evaluation **

- Write down all the factors
- State which of theses factors are prime numbers
- Write the first three multiples of each of the following numbers below
- Express each as a product of its prime factors in index form

- 12 (2) 30 (3) 39 (4) 48

**READING ASSIGNMENT **

New General Mathematics, UBE Edition, Chapter, 1 pages 13-14

Essential Mathematics by A J S Oluwasanmi, Chapter 1, pages 1-4

**WEEKEND ASSIGNMENT **

- Which of these is not a prime number (a) 2 (b) 5 (c) 7 ( d) 1
- Express 360000 in standard form (a) 3.6 x 105 (b) 3.6 x 106 (c) 3.6 x 103 ( d) 3.6 x 104
- Express 0.000045 in standard form (a) 4.5 x 10-2 (b) 4.5 x 103 (c) 4.5 x 10-5 (d) 4.5 x 10-6
- Which of these is not a factor of 42 (a) 9 (b) 6 (c) 7 (d) 2
- Express 50 is product of its prime factor (a) 2 x 52 (b) 2 x 5 (c) 22 x 52 (d) 2 x 5

**THEORY**

- For each number 42,45,48,50
- Write down all its factors.
- State which factors are prime numbers?
- Express the number as a product of its prime factors.
- Express the following in standard form (a) 345000 (b) 0.00034 (c) 0.125

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