Books & Music
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Hobbies & Crafts
Home & Garden
News & Politics
Religion & Spirituality
Travel & Culture
TV & Movies
Archive by Date | Archive by Article Title
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.
GCF - By Listing Factors
GCF. What does it stand for? Is there another way to find it without using prime factorization? Why learn it? Iím glad you asked. Click and learn.
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.
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.
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.
Teaching Aids - How to Make
Teaching aids for teacher, parents, and tutors. Learn to make affordable dry erase boards and creative ways to use sheet protectors, puzzles and toys.
Comparing fractions are not as difficult as you think. Four methods to easily compare fractions plus two practice games.
Percents - Mentally Calculate Discount
Stores advertise heavily for Thanksgiving and Christmas to lure you into their stores. They offer 20%, 40% and even 75% off. Your adrenaline begins to flow as you shop for bargains. You find the perfect gift! Now, letís look at a few ways to mentally calculate your discount and sale price.
Math Newsletter - Math Matters
What is the Math newsletter and how to sign up.
Fractions - Adding Unlike Denominators - LCM
Least common multiples are very useful in finding the least common denominator when adding and subtracting fractions. Letís look at one method to find least common multiples, as well as the purpose and meaning of them.
Website copyright © 2013 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.