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Math Mammoth Geometry 1 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Geometry 1 is a self-teaching worktext that gives a thorough view of basic plane geometry, as taught in elementary grades. The emphasis is on learning through drawing. This hands-on type... More > of learning allows students to draw and thereby learn, making use of certain guided exercises. The idea is that if he can draw it, then he understands it. Math Mammoth Geometry 1 is a complete unit of geometry and not tied to any specific grade level. It is suitable for 3rd, 4th, and 5th (even sixth) grade. It is also excellent for self-teaching studies even at higher levels where review is needed. Full answers are included.< Less
Math Mammoth Grade 3 Answer Keys (Original Series) By Maria Miller
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This book includes answers to Math Mammoth Grade 3-A and 3-B student worktexts (Original Series), to all the tests, and to the cumulative reviews for grade 3.
Math Mammoth Grade 3 Tests & Cumulative Reviews (Original Series) By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Grade 3 Tests & Cumulative Reviews (Original Series) for the complete curriculum (Light Blue Series) Includes consumable student copies of: * Chapter Tests, * End-of-year Test, *... More > Cumulative Reviews, * Fraction Cutouts< Less
Math Mammoth Division 2 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Division 2 focuses on division, long division, remainder, part problems, average and problem solving. Then students study basics such as division terms, division by 1 and 0, and dividing... More > by whole tens and hundreds. It covers the important relationship between fractions and division; the remainder is studied just before the first lesson on long division because the student needs to understand this concept very well. Long division is taught in several small steps over many lessons. We start with the situation where each of the thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones can be divided evenly by the divisor. Then is introduced the remainder in the ones. Next comes the situation where we have a remainder in the tens. Finally, when we have a remainder in the hundreds, and so on. All along the long division lessons, the process is explained so that the student can understand what it is based on.< Less