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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Math Site! These are the top ten articles that your Math Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. How to Calculate Tips at a Restaurant
You just finished having a delicious meal. In addition to verbal compliments, you desire to give a tip, but you aren't certain how to calculate it. Here are few ways to simply calculate tips for dinner.
2. How to Make a Head Wrap - Math Project
Change your look for the holidays or anytime with less than a yard of fabric. Learn to make this easy head wrap or scarf as a sew or no sew project. Fraction questions listed at end of the sewing project to incorporate into your math lesson.
3. Learning Differences - Last to Finish - Review
"Last to Finish: A Story about the Smartest Boy in Math" Do you have a student or child that struggles in math? Maybe the child does well on daily assignments but poorly on test. Are you a frustrated parent? If so, I strongly recommend you read this book with your child and students.
4. Test Strategies
Although everyone is not a good test taker, you can learn to successfully show what you know. However, it doesn’t just happen by making a wish; test success must be planned. Make a decesion to intentionally incorporate some of the following test strategy tips into your plans.
5. Subtracting Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers
How do you subtract mixed numbers from whole numbers? Uh? That’s what I thought. This is a commonly missed fraction problem. Once, you read this article your “uh” will change to “ah ha!”
6. Free & Affordable Math Gifts
Are you in need of free or almost free gift ideas with math themes for the teacher, students, children or just classroom decorations? Take a look at these easy to make crafts and inexpensive gift ideas.
7. Converting Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Mixed numbers entered the chamber booth and exited as improper fractions to aid in the task of subtracting mixed numbers. Click to see how it all works.
8. Prime Factorization
Prime Factorization is used to find the Least Common Multiple and the Greatest Common Factor. This lesson will address a few definitions, give how-to instructions, detailed examples, and share a website for online practice.
9. Fractions - Subtracting Mixed Numbers
Do you wonder how to subtract mixed numbers? Do you know how to handle unlike denominators or how to regroup or to borrow with mixed numbers? Take a deep breath and let us take it one step at a time. Click and begin.
10. SAT Math - DVD Review
Do you need a math refresher and test strategies for the SAT Math Exam? Read this DVD review.
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