Number Power Skills-Correlated Number Power Introductory Student Text

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February 12, 2001


Paperback, pages


0809223414 / 9780809223411


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Main description

Every Jamestown's Number Power book targets a particular set of math skills with straightforward explanations, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction, real-life examples, and extensive reinforcement exercises. Use these texts across the full scope of the basic mathematics curriculum, from whole numbers to pre-algebra and geometry. Skills-Correlated Number Power books cover basic computation to the fundamentals of algebra and geometry and other math skills needed for taking standardized tests. Books include evaluation and skills correlation charts to track progress in mastering math skills.

Table of contents

To the LearnerSkills Inventory Pre-TestPart A: ComputationPart B: Applied MathematicsCorrelation TablesAddition of Whole NumbersSubtraction of Whole NumbersMultiplication of Whole NumbersDivision of Whole NumbersNumerationNumber TheoryData InterpretationPre-AlgebraMeasurementGeometryComputation in ContextEstimationThe Number SystemPlace ValueNaming Large NumbersWriting Large NumbersComparing NumbersSpecial Types of NumbersFractionsMixed NumbersUsing CoinsWriting Money in Decimal FormEstimationCommon Sense EstimationRoundingNumber System Skills PracticeAdditionBasic ConceptsBasic Addition FactsAdding Three or More NumbersAdding in Column FormAdding Small and Large NumbersWhen a Column Sum Is More Than 9Using Estimation To Check AdditionSolving Word ProblemsAddition Skills PracticeSubtractionBasic ConceptsBasic Subtraction FactsSubtracting in Column FormHow To BorrowBorrowing from ZeroUsing Estimation To Check SubtractionChecking Subtraction with First DigitsSolving Word ProblemsSubtraction Skills PracticeMultiplicationBasic ConceptsBasic Multiplication FactsMultiplying by a One-Digit NumberWhen a Column Product Is More Than 9Using Estimation When You MultiplySolving Word ProblemsMultiplication Skills PracticeDivisionBasic ConceptsBasic Division FactsUsing the Division SymbolDividing by a One-Digit NumberWhen a Dividend Digit Is Too SmallDividing with a RemainderWriting the Steps of a Division ProblemMixed PracticeUsing Estimation with DivisionSolving Word ProblemsSolving Two-Step Word ProblemsDivision Skills PracticeData InterpretationReading a TableUsing Numbers in a TableComparing Numbers in a TableUsing a CalendarUsing a Price ListGraphsReading a PictographReading a Bar GraphReading a Circle GraphFinding an AverageData Interpretation Skills PracticePre-AlgebraFinding PatternsFinding Number PatternsPatterns in Multiplication and Division FactsPatterns in Graphs and TablesPatterns in Number SentencesWriting Letters and Symbols for WordsWriting EquationsSolving EquationsPre-Algebra Skills PracticeMeasurementChoosing the Best ToolReading a ScaleEstimating a Measurement on a ScaleMeasuring TemperatureMeasuring LengthUsing a RulerReading Fractions on ScalesMeasuring to the Nearest 1/8-inchMeasuring to the Nearest MillimeterMeasuring WeightMeasuring LiquidsReading and Writing TimeChanges in TimeReading a Map or DiagramMeasurement Skills PracticeGeometryUsing LogicFiguresDrawing FiguresFigures with the Same ShapeFigures and SymmetryGeometry Skills PracticeSkills Inventory Post-TestPart A: ComputationPart B: Applied MathematicsGlossary of Common TermsIndex

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