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Arithmetic Primer - Whole Numbers By Suzanne Bower
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operations on whole numbers - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
Deco Trees - Whole Numbers By Bill Davidson
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Deco Trees are decomposition activities that synthesize fluency and problem solving skills. Their design and simple to complex sequences stimulate creativity, while guiding students to think more... More > deeply about combining like and unlike units in part/whole relationships.< Less
No Numbers By Colin Fredericks
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This is a cookbook for those who love to cook, but don’t spend a lot of time measuring exact numbers. It’s for folks who think, “just give me the basics,” or “I... More > can‘t find my half-teaspoon,” or “dont’ tell me how much garlic, I’m putting in the whole thing.” It’s short, sweet, and to the point.< Less
A Whole New Mind By Haifa Jmaan, Haifa Jmaan
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The last few decades have belonged to a certain kind of person with a certain kind of mind— computer programmers who could crank code, lawyers who could craft contracts, MBAs who could crunch... More > numbers. But the keys to the kingdom are changing hands. The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind—creators and empathizers, pattern recognizers, and meaning makers. These people—artists, inventors, designers, storytellers, caregivers, consolers, big picture thinkers—will now reap society’s richest rewards and share its greatest joys.< Less
The Natural Whole Foods Way By Jim Safianuk
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The Natural Whole Foods Way contains preventative health facts and tips that cover carbohydrates, protein, and fatty acids. There is also a section on fiber owing to its importance in a healthy diet.... More > A number of nutrition myths are debunked along the way and resources added throughout the e-book, where appropriate. Moreover, like the other e-books entitled Essential Health Tips and Core Health Tips, this is another one of the great equalizers when it comes to the truth about health and nutrition. It addresses the salient information that is missing in today’s world, especially if one has been exposed for too long to the mainstream where half-truths and misinformation prevail when it comes to proper nutrition. Hopefully, it fills that knowledge gap. After implementing the natural, whole foods way of eating, you will take your health and nutrition to the next level and begin to experience a new you at the cellular level. You will now be on the road to an ageless body.< Less
Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics I and Teaching Strategies for Teachers Part 2: Whole Numbers By Joseph Mason
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Teachers, Parents, Students: This book will introduce you to the fundamentals behind whole number operations. What would you say if I told you that you do not need to memorize 100 addition facts to... More > be able to add? This may be accomplished by only memorizing 33 basic addition facts and 1 concept. Want to learn a conceptual approach that will help you understand the base ten numeration system and count? Want to learn conceptual approaches that will increase your speed and accuracy in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers. Did you know that students taught under the United Kingdom Education System, subtract totally different then we do? They do not regroup/borrow as we do, and many students prefer it over our method.< Less
Letter and Number Correspondence By Nick Betar
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This book is a researched and attempt at finding the aspects to the whole event that is letters and numbers and the author has an uncommon way of going about it. Constructing a reduction of the... More > variance of the cube of space geometry in correspondence of architecture and technology in application of letters and numbers.< Less
Letter and Number Correspondence Update By Nicholas Betar
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This book is a researched and attempt at finding the aspects to the whole event that is letters and numbers and the author has an uncommon way of going about it. Constructing a reduction of the... More > variance of the cube of space geometry in correspondence of architecture and technology in application of letters and numbers. This updated second edition is further identifying that which is examine in the first edition but with more of an conclusive illustrative approach.< Less
Math Mammoth Rational Numbers By Maria Miller
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In Math Mammoth Rational Numbers we study rational numbers, which are numbers that can be written as a ratio of two integers. All fractions and whole numbers are rational numbers, and so are... More > percentages and decimals (except non-ending non-repeating decimals). Hopefully, students already know a lot about rational numbers and how to calculate with them. Our focus in this book is to extend that knowledge to negative fractions and negative decimals. We also study, scientific notation, the instructional portion of the book concludes with two lessons on solving simple equations that involve fractions and decimals.< Less
Feeling Like a Number One By Steve Binnie
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1980 was an important year for Top of the Pops: it was the year it began to transform from a light entertainment show into essential viewing for pop music aficionados. The transition didn’t... More > happen overnight, but when a Musicians’ Union strike forced the programme off air for the whole of June and July, producer Michael Hurll took the opportunity to restructure the show. As a result the latter half of 1980 was often bizarre, occasionally quite grim, but always fascinating as Hurll threw all sorts of new formats at the screen to see what would stick. This transitional year is documented here. Hopefully you will find it a breathtaking rollercoaster of good and bad decisions made in the pursuit of television excellence. Or maybe it will just inspire you to dig out some old records you’d forgotten. Either’s good.< Less