Pythagoras By Vicki Young

Pythagoras was born along, long time ago In BC 580, back when times were slow. He moved from Greece to Italy when he was 32. He’d gathered lots of followers so he opened up a school. Pythagoras thought that students, when studying their math, Would rise to higher levels and pursue a righteous path. It’s […]

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Math is Fun By Vicki Young

Math is FUN so don’t be resistant, Just learn the rules, the rules are consistent. And most important, you must be persistent! Don’t give up when you work with fractions. Look at the problem and decide on your action. With the right answer, you’ll feel the satisfaction. Multiplying fractions, you can cancel if you factor, […]

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Graph Paper

This section provides orthogonal graph paper ready for printing and class use. Click on any of the types in the Navigation column on the left. This is the finished puzzle. Click “Scramble” to start new game. Click “Reset” to show puzzle completed. Click on the number to move into the space.

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Exponents

I open up my textbook when I first get out of bed, Start studying those rules, just like my teacher said! Recognizing bases, exponents, too. Exponents must be positive, negatives won’t do. I’ve got to work these problems, I’ve got to find a way. Oh, I feel frantic today! I start to see a pattern […]

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Will Textbooks and Educational Materials Be Online in the Future?

Online textbooks will be generated by each School Board, or by cooperating groups of School Boards, and placed on the Internet. This will save the cost of purchasing hardcopy textbooks and the constant need to constantly repurchase more textbooks and new revisions of textbooks. This will save our forests, and will save the environment from […]

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