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Here are the top ten articles for the Math Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. GCF and LCM by Prime Factorization
A straight forward way to find the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) using prime factorization. Article includes examples and on-line practice.
2. 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.
3. How to Divide
Take a look at this mnemonic to help your child remember and understand the steps or algorithm for long division.
4. Geometry Vocabulary - Story - Word Search
Here's a twist to the regular word search puzzle. I have added a silly story with fill in the blanks to enrich your Geometry vocabulary. Have fun!
5. Converting Decimals - Percents - Fractions
Decimals, Fractions, Percents….Oh My! Relax, it isn’t that scary. Click and you’ll learn for yourself.
6. 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!”
7. GCF - By Listing Factors
GCF. What does it stand for? Is there another way to find it without using prime factorization? Why learn it? I’m glad you asked. Click and learn.
8. Introducing Algebra - Unknown Variables
Making sense of unknown variables
9. 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.
10. Multiplication Tips - 1s, 3s, 6s, 7s
Multiplication tips for 1s, 3s, 6s, and 7s
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