Students will be given questions on a number of topics, including arithmetic, multiplication and division, fractions, graph interpretation, algebra, and geometry. These topics will range in difficulty depending on students’ age and mathematical abilities, and will become progressively challenging.

### Arithmetic

Students will understand of the study of numbers, especially the properties of the traditional operations between them—addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

### Fractions and Decimals

Students will understand of the relationship between fractions and decimals and how to convert to each form.

### Interpreting Graphs

Students will learn to identify, interpret and create graphical information to be displayed in a variety of graphs and plots.

Students will be given questions on a number of topics, including arithmetic, multiplication and division, fractions, graph interpretation, algebra, and geometry. These topics will range in difficulty depending on students’ age and mathematical abilities, and will become progressively challenging.

### Arithmetic

Students will understand of the study of numbers, especially the properties of the traditional operations between them—addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

### Fractions and Decimals

Students will understand of the relationship between fractions and decimals and how to convert to each form.

### Interpreting Graphs

Students will learn to identify, interpret and create graphical information to be displayed in a variety of graphs and plots.

### Pre-Algebra and Algebra

Students will develop an understanding of Pre-Algebra preparing them for the more complex and algorithmic concepts of Algebra.

### Geometry

Students will learn to identify and create geometric figures in both 2 and 3 Dimensional shapes

### Trigonometry

Students will identify the relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles.

Through the elementary levels, students receive an assortment of various topics. By middle school, Math tends to level out; as a result, students in 7th grade (Brainiac Level 70) will primarily work on either pre-algebra or algebra, and students in 8th grade (Brainiac Level 80) will work mainly on either algebra or geometry. These specific subjects will depend on the individual student’s academic class assignment. Level 20, for example, may include basic addition and subtraction, where Levels 30 and 40 include elementary geometry, but Level 80 may consist entirely of advanced geometry.

Through the elementary levels, students receive an assortment of various topics. By middle school, Math tends to level out; as a result, students in 7th grade (Brainiac Level 70) will primarily work on either pre-algebra or algebra, and students in 8th grade (Brainiac Level 80) will work mainly on either algebra or geometry. These specific subjects will depend on the individual student’s academic class assignment. Level 20, for example, may include basic addition and subtraction, where Levels 30 and 40 include elementary geometry, but Level 80 may consist entirely of advanced geometry.

### Pre-Algebra and Algbra

Students will develop an understanding of Pre-Algebra preparing them for the more complex and algorithmic concepts of Algebra.

### Geometry

Students will learn to identify and create geometric figures in both 2 and 3 Dimensional shapes

### Trigonometry

Students will identify the relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles.

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