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    Mathematic fundamentals "tree" (addition begats multiplication, etc)

    I am looking for a sort of flow chart or tree of the fundamentals of mathematics, mapped out in a progressing fashion. For example, addition and subtraction would be at the top, and then multiplication/division split off of those, and then powers, and so on. Does something like this exist? Something with the distributive, et al, properties listed as well? Thanks!
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    The closest thing that I can think of that comes to that would have to be the Khan Academy knowledge map, but I can't really bring out a full picture of it since I forgot my e-mail and password. Lol.
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