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Same-Side Angles
Sometimes it is helpful to hear the thought process of others. In this article, you’ll find my thought process on ways to remember the different types of angles. Hopefully, these math tips will help you as they have helped other students.

Algebra - Combining Like Terms
Brief review and examples on how to combine like terms

Cooking With Math - Double a Recipe
Did you realize you used so many math skills in the kitchen? An assignment of doubling a recipe could serve as an excellent assessment and/or a way to learn and have fun with dessert as a reward.

Decimal Review - Add - Subtract - Multiply
Click on this straight forward review lesson about reading, writing, adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals without confusion.

Math Fun - Math Tricks - Reviews
I have found two books I think would be fun to incorporate into any math class or an excellent addition to your library or your child’s library.

Mean - Median - Mode - Range
Do you have a challenge remembering what to do to find the mean, median, mode, and range? Here is a refresher and tips to remember which math process to use.

Converting Decimals - Percents - Fractions
Decimals, Fractions, Percents….Oh My! Relax, it isn’t that scary. Click and you’ll learn for yourself.

Converting Fractions - Decimals
Learn how to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions. Includes practice problems.

Exponent Basics
Can you remember when you learned multiplication and discovered multiplication was a faster and shorter way to represent repeated addition? Well there is a faster and shorter way to represent repeated multiplication.

Find the Equation of a Line
There are three different scenarios that may require you to find a linear equation. Learn them and you’ll definitely improve your grade on this topic.

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