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Could you clarify your question a bit more, please?
What are pre algebra basics
Urg I haven't done pre-algebra in 3 years. @parthkohli do you know?

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@pre-algebra is a pretty intelligent member on here.
On a serious note: Pre-Algebra, as the name suggests, is the study of Mathematics that includes the preliminary concepts you need to know in order to continue to Algebra. Some examples are: 1) Exponents and Powers. 2) Integers 3) Fractions 4) Decimal numbers 5) Some laws like Associativity and Distributivity. References taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-algebra
Boy -__- don't make me hurt you xD
Also, @SuburbanGoddess you may bring these questions to Mathematics group. Such questions are relatively acceptable there. :)
@rebeccaskell94 Next time, unblock me and then tag so that I could receive those tags. :P I got lucky to find this question.
oh lol. Not gonna happen c;
@asker; what help do you need?
More precisely, please ask these questions in the math group. This one is meant for feedback on OpenStudy as a site.

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