Middle Grades Math 2010 All-In-One Student Workbook Course 2 Version A available in Paperback
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Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2 continues your child's math education, introducing him or her to more complex algebraic concepts. Prentice Hall Mathematics is a curriculum for homeschooling that spans three Courses and an additional Algebra Readiness program to give your child a solid math education. Each Course introduces and utilizes important math content that your child will return to over and over.
Prentice Hall Mathematics is the continuation of enVisionMATH, the elementary school curriculum. By using this homeschool program, you'll ensure your child transitions smoothly from one curriculum to the next and enters middle school level material with confidence.
The materials included in Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2 provide you and your child with charts, graphs and equations that test and strengthen your child's knowledge of math subject matter. With hands-on activities, the curriculum will help your child stay engaged during your lessons. You can even tailor your homeschooling program to fit your child's development. Push ahead on topics he or she grasps quickly and linger on those that need clarification.
The lessons you create using the Prentice Hall Mathematics program will help your child improve his or her understanding of these important concepts: ratios, percentages, inequalities, equations, probability and graphing. Each lesson improves your child's grasp of algebra and prepares him or her for geometry. By the time your child completes Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2, he or she should be able to:
- Explain, draw and construct geometric shapes.
- Use proper equations to solve real-world problems.
- Understand the relationship between algebra and geometry, as outlined in the Pythagorean Theorem.
- Correctly apply algebra to word problems.
- Explain why he or she used a specific equation to solve a problem.
The materials included in Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2 will help you achieve these and other academic goals. For more information on the specific elements included, visit the Features and Benefits page.