# Cube chart 1 to 30

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Maths Formula Chart/Table: Squares 1-30; Cubes 1-16; Basic Algebra Formula; Even Number; Odd Numbers; Prime Numbers; Composite Numbers; Natural Numbers; Whole Numbers; Integers; Rational Numbers; Irrational Numbers; Real Numbers; Imaginary Numbers; Complex Numbers

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Monday, September 30, 2013 Students learned that there are special rules for dividing numbers by 1 and by 0. Rule: A number divided by 1 is that number. Examples: 4 / 1 = 4 or 55 / 1 = 55 Rule: A number divided by itself (except 0) is 1. Examples: 17 / 17 = 1 or 135 / 135 = 1 Rule: Zero divided by a number (except 0) is 0. Examples: 0 / 4 = 0 or 0 / 15 = 0 Rule: You cannot divide a number by zero. Examples: 7 / 0 cannot be done. 12 / 0 cannot be done. Students didn't get to watch Division…