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...It is helpful to know the following: Prime factorization of the integers, of algebraic polynomials, and the Pythagorean triples. It is helpful to know the various measures associated with geometric figures. These measures include area, perimeter & circumference, interior angle measure of polygons, linear measure in polygons and circles, and volume of prisms and cylinders.

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