Perimeter of Polygons, Area of Rectangles, Parallelograms, Triangles and Trapezoids. Both metric and English units are used in these math lessons.
Geometry, parts of a circle, radius, diameter, Pi, Circumference of Circles, and Area of Circles. Both metric and English units are used in these lessons.
These lessons on number theory include the following topics: Factors, Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers, Divisibility, Exponents, and Patterns with Exponents. Connections to geometry and the real world.
Introduction, Classify Fractions, Equivalent Fractions, Simplify, Compare and Order. Convert Fractions to Mixed Numbers. Convert Mixed Numbers to Fractions. Math instruction is visual and conceptual.
Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators, LCD, add and subtract mixed numbers, solve real-world?problems. These lessons use both visual and conceptual approaches.
Multiply fractions with and without cancelling, multiply mixed numbers, reciprocals, divide fractions, divide mixed numbers, solving real-world problems. Instruction is visual and conceptual.
Introduction, Read and Write, Compare and Order Decimals. Estimate Decimal Sums and Differences. Add and Subtract, Solve Decimal Word Problems.
Estimate Decimal Products and Quotients. Multiply and Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers and by Decimals. Round Decimal Quotients, Solve Word Problems.
Meaning of Percent, Writing Fractions and Decimals as Percents, Writing Percents as Decimals and Fractions, Percents Less Than 1 or Greater Than 100.
Percent applications are presented, including Percentages and Proportions (IS over OF), Discount, Sale Price, Interest, Commission, Sales Tax, and Percent Change. Many connections to money in these lessons.
Integer properties and the number line. Absolute Value, Compare, Order, Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide. Mixed Review of Arithmetic Operations.
Experiments, Outcomes, Certain and Impossible Events, Sample Spaces, Complement, Mutually Exclusive Events, Addition Rules, Independent and Dependent Events, Conditional Probabilities.
Order of Operations with Whole Numbers, Integers and Exponents. PEMDAS, Writing Algebraic Expressions and Writing Algebraic Equations.
Step-by-step instruction on how to read, interpret and construct Line, Bar and Circle Graphs. Determine which graph is appropriate for a given set of data.
Data, Range, Mean, Non-Routine Mean Problems, Median, and Mode. Strategies presented for Working Backwards, Bimodal Data, and No Mode.
Negation, Conjunction and Disjunction. Conditional, Compound, and Biconditional Statements. Tautologies and Equivalence. Truth tables used in all lessons.
Basic definitions and notation, types of sets, equality, Venn diagrams, subsets, Universal set, set-builder notation, complement, intersection and union. Many visuals in these lessons.