Jamestown's Number Power: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division

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Flex mental muscles with our unique math books

targeted to struggling readers

  • Straightforward explanations and step-by-step instructions help

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Overview

Flex mental muscles with our unique math books

targeted to struggling readers

  • Straightforward explanations and step-by-step instructions help

    struggling readers conquer math concepts

  • Real-life examples encourage students to connect math to their

    own experiences

  • Full scope of math curriculum in 16 books means students can work

    on specific areas for review

Every Number Power book targets a particular set of math skills. Students

can work on as many or as few concepts as they need. Diagnostic tests and

performance-based prescriptions target problem areas. Short, manageable

lessons and step-by-step examples assure success. Each book includes

quick-reference pages for using calculators, mental math, formulas,

measurements, and estimations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780809222810
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 2/9/2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 1,209,118
  • Age range: 10 - 13 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

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Table of Contents

To the StudentPretestBUILDING NUMBER POWERPlace ValueUnderstanding Place ValueZeros and Place ValueRounding Whole NumbersAdditionAddition Skills InventoryBasic Addition FactsAdding Larger NumbersAdding and CarryingAdding Numbers Written HorizontallyAddition ShortcutsRounding, Estimating, and Using a CalculatorApplying Your Addition SkillsAddition ReviewSubtractionSubtraction Skills InventoryBasic Subtraction FactsSubtracting Larger NumbersSubtracting and BorrowingSubtracting Numbers Written HorizontallySubtracting from ZerosSubtraction ShortcutsRounding, Estimating, and Using a CalculatorApplying Your Subtraction SkillsSubtraction ReviewMultiplicationMultiplication Skills InventoryBasic Multiplication FactsThe Multiplication TableMultiplying by One-Digit NumbersMultiplying by Larger NumbersMultiplying Numbers Written HorizontallyMultiplying and CarryingMultiplying by 10, 100, and 1,000Rounding, Estimating, and Using a CalculatorApplying Your Multiplication SkillsMultiplication Review

Division

Division Skills InventoryBasic Division FactsDividing by One-Digit NumbersDividing with RemaindersMental Math and Properties of NumbersDividing by Two-Digit NumbersDividing by Three-Digit NumbersRounding and EstimatingTwo-Digit Accuracy and Using a CalculatorApplying Your Division SkillsDivision ReviewPosttest SPosttest BUSING NUMBER POWERChanging Units of MeasurementAdding MeasurementsSubtracting MeasurementsMultiplying MeasurementsDividing MeasurementsPerimeter: Measuring the Distance Around a RectangleArea: Measuring the Space Inside a RectangleVolume: Measuring the Space Inside a 3-Dimensional ObjectPricing a Meal from a MenuReading Sales Tax TablesChecking Your Change with Sales ReceiptsUsing a Calorie ChartFinding an AverageReading Paycheck StubsUsing a Table to Look Up Check Cashing RatesUnderstanding Tax StatementsFiguring the Cost of ElectricityReading Time SchedulesRenting a CarUsing a CalculatorUsing Mental MathUsing EstimationUnits of MeasurementGlossaryIndex

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