Complete Math Quiz Series (Seven Books) [NOOK Book]

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The entire Math Quiz series is now available in one e-book. Seven books - 685 questions (The answers can be found in a separate section) – WOW! These quizzes will be extremely helpful to learn the vocabulary that drives the area of math that is linked to each title. Remember, math is not just about solving problems. Find out exactly where your math knowledge lies. Below are the seven books included in the series with information and sample ...
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Complete Math Quiz Series (Seven Books)

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Overview

The entire Math Quiz series is now available in one e-book. Seven books - 685 questions (The answers can be found in a separate section) – WOW! These quizzes will be extremely helpful to learn the vocabulary that drives the area of math that is linked to each title. Remember, math is not just about solving problems. Find out exactly where your math knowledge lies. Below are the seven books included in the series with information and sample questions for each one. Enjoy!
Math Quiz #1 - Whole Numbers and Number Theory
Most people know what five plus four equals. But do you know what these numbers are called? What’s a composite number? How about the number inside the division box? Do you know or remember what it’s called? What is multiplication really? These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 63 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Whole Numbers and Number Theory.
Math Quiz #2 – Fractions, Decimals, Ratio and Proportion, Percents/Interest
When comparing fractions, how can you tell which fraction is larger? What is unique about a fraction whose denominator is twice as large as the numerator? What determines the worth of a decimal number? What is the actual percent in a problem called? These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 89 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Fractions, Decimals, Ratio and Proportion, and Percents/Interest.
Math Quiz #3 – Customary and Metric Measurement
One pint is how many fluid ounces? What is the quantity of matter in an object? How is electricity measured? These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 64 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Customary and Metric Measurement.
Math Quiz #4 – Geometry
Line segments that have the same length are called what (9 letters)? What is a line segment with endpoints on a circle called (5 letters)? This is the point where the x-axis and y-axis meet (6 letters): This reasoning is a way to reach a conclusion based on a pattern (9 letters): These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 134 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Geometry.
Math Quiz #5 – Pre-Algebra
A term that is a number is called a what? When something has the same value or is equal to (10 letters): What is the steepness of a straight line called? This is a number that multiplies a variable (11 letters): These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 102 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Pre-Algebra.
Math Quiz #6 – Algebra
This is the point where coordinate axes cross (6 letters): What does a vertical line test on a graph tell about a set of ordered pairs? These types of lines have the same slope (8 letters): A number or a group of numbers written with operation signs is called what (10 letters)? These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 156 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Algebra 1.
Math Quiz #7 – Maps, Schedules, Graphs, Charts, Data, Probability, and Statistics
This explains what each symbol represents within a graph (3 letters): Sometimes when it’s difficult to read data it’s helpful to use this “plot” or “diagram” (7 letters): This “sampling” is generally the most accurate method to sample a population (6 letters): These are events for which the outcome of one affects the outcome of the other (9 letters): These are just a few of the things you’ll need to know to be successful on this quiz. There are 77 questions in this Math Quiz that are all related to Maps, Schedules, Graphs, Charts, Data, Probability, and Statistics.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149550999
  • Publisher: Mark J. Curry
  • Publication date: 5/3/2014
  • Series: Math Quiz Series , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 59 KB

Meet the Author

Mark J. Curry earned a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education with a mathematics concentration from East Stroudsburg University, located in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He also earned a Master of Education Degree in Elementary Education, also from East Stroudsburg University. Mark recently obtained a mathematics specialization certificate for grades 5-8. He has taught basic arithmetic through algebra and pre-secondary science at a New Jersey state prison for more than seven years. Mark is married to Kristie and they have a daughter, Alexa, and a son, Landon. Daughter Abigail went home to the Lord shortly before birth in 2007.
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