and sorry for the noob questions :) Trying to teach my 10 year old daughter some math and came across the Peano axioms. On the following resource there are two sets of axioms, one is based on symbols for 0 and the successor, and the second axiomatization (based on the ordered semiring) which looks more intuitive and applicable for school math program.
The only hole that I see there is there are addition and multiplication but there is no link to subtraction and division (even though intuitively they are just reverse operation and the same axioms should apply). Also it looks like it's missing axioms where operations(+,x) and their inverse operations(=,/) are combined in one axiomatic sentence (like a*1/a=1), or does it automatically follow from the set of axioms? The reason I am asking is to make a connection from those axioms to fraction multiplication. It's easy to explain to a child how it's done, but it's not that easy to explain why.