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Decimals, percents and other topics

 Exponents Place Value with Expanded and Exponential Notation Decimal Numbers with Expanded Notation Add Decimal Numbers Subtract Decimal Numbers Metric System: Origin, Metre, Litre, Gram and Greek Prefixes Metric System: Latin Prefixes Metric System Conversions Multiply Decimals by 1/10 or .1 Multiply Decimals by 1/100 or .01 Finding a Percent of a Number Finding a Percent Greater than 100% Reading Percents in a Pie Graph Multiply All Decimals Computing the Area and Circumference of a Circle with π = 3.14 Dividing a Decimal by a Whole Number Dividing a Whole Number by a Decimal Solving for an Unknown Dividing a Decimal by a Decimal Decimal Remainders Transform any Fraction to a Decimal and Percent Decimals as Rational Numbers Mean, Median, and Mode Probability Point, Line, Ray, and Line Segment Plane Symbols: Similar, Equal and Congruent Angles: Definition and Symbols Types of Angles
 Necessary Materials
 Zeta Demonstraction Video
 Sample Pages Here are a few sample pages for you to see what this curriculum is like.(requires Adobe Reader)
 Scope and Sequence A walkthrough of the lessons and topics covered in this curriculum. (requires Adobe Reader)
 Placement Testing The competency exams were created for the benefit of the teacher and the student, to determine what level of mathematics the student has mastered so they will know in which book to begin.
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 TESTIMONIALS
I wanted to take an opportunity to share with you how Math U See has changed our homeschooling. My oldest son is in grade five. For a couple of years I have seen math becoming harder and harder (we were using a different curriculum). I could see his eyes glass over and he would just sit and stare at his math work. Last year was the hardest. He could do the math problems with great effort, but I never felt like he knew what he was doing. He would just memorize what to do, but often times get the answer wrong because he got a little mixed up in the process. This year we started Math U See. I kid you not when on the first day my oldest sat there and started whooping and hollering, saying, "I get it! I finally get it! I understand now". I have never had to ask him once this year to complete his math. He loves it. Actually, everyone loves it in our home! I tell everyone person I can about how great this math program is. I'm even understanding why we do things that I never understood before. Thanks for making this so easy (and practical)!!
Christianne Hathaway
Metro Boston
Christianne Hathaway

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