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Math Mammoth Place Value 5 By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Place Value 5 is a short worktext that covers value up to the billions—that is, numbers up to 12 digits—rounding them, and using a calculator. It is suitable for 5th and 6th... More > grades. The lessons are taken from the complete curriculum I have written for the 5th and 6th grades (Math Mammoth Light Blue Series). It also covers exponents, powers and scientific notation.< Less
Math Mammoth Grade 7 Answer Keys By Maria Miller
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This book contains answers to Math Mammoth Grade 7 Complete Curriculum (the Light Blue Series). It contains answers to the two student worktexts (Grade 7-A and 7-B), to the tests, to the end-of-year... More > test, and to the cumulative review lessons.< 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
Math Mammoth Integers By Maria Miller
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Math Mammoth Integers worktext covers all important integer (signed numbers) topics for middle school (grades 5-8), with instructions written directly to the student. The first topic in the book is... More > integers themselves, presented on a number line (negative and positive numbers) and tied in with temperature. Next we move on to modeling additions and subtractions as movements on a number line. Another model used in the book for addition is that of counters or chips. One lesson explains the shortcut for subtracting a negative integer using three different viewpoints (difference, counters, and number line movements). Multiplication and division of integers is explained using counters, first of all, and then relying on the properties of multiplication and division. We use multiplication and division in the context of enlarging or shrinking geometric figures in the coordinate grid.< Less