**Author**: Amy Stahl

**Publisher:** Barrons Educational Series

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**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 360

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Teaches basic algebra, exponents and roots, equations and inequalities, and polynomials. Titles in Barron's extensive Painless Series cover a wide range of subjects, as they are taught at middle school and high school levels. Perfect for supporting Common Core Standards, these books are written for students who find the subjects somewhat confusing, or just need a little extra help. Most of these books take a lighthearted, humorous approach to their subjects, and offer fun exercises including puzzles, games, and challenging "Brain Tickler" problems to solve. Bonus Online Component: includes additional games to challenge students, including Beat the Clock, a line match game, and a word scramble.

Is learning algebra dull or difficult? Don’t worry. Barron’s is here to help! This new edition of Painless Algebra provides students with a lighthearted, step-by-step approach to understanding algebra concepts. Inside you’ll find: Comprehensive coverage of algebra, including solving equations and inequalities, graphing, roots, radicals, and much more Diagrams, charts, and instructive math illustrations Painless tips, common pitfalls, and math talk boxes that translate complex “math speak” into easy-to-understand language Brain Tickler quizzes and answers throughout each chapter to test your progress Whether you’re a middle school student, high school student, or an adult looking to refresh your knowledge, Painless Algebra makes learning easy, fun…and painless!

Whether you’re a student or an adult looking to refresh your knowledge, Barron’s Painless Pre-Algebra provides review and practice in an easy, step-by-step format. Perfect for: Virtual Learning Homeschool Learning pods Inside you’ll find: Clear examples for all topics, including exponents and scientific notation, graphing, linear equations, functions, and much more Diagrams, charts, and instructive math illustrations Painless tips, common pitfalls, and math talk boxes that translate complex “math speak” into easy-to-understand language Brain Tickler quizzes throughout each chapter to test your progress

Due to its versatility and accessibility, individuals all around the world routinely use various forms of technology to interact with one another. Over the years, the design and development of technologies and interfaces have increasingly aimed to improve the human-computer interactive experience in unimaginable ways. The Handbook of Research on Human-Computer Interfaces and New Modes of Interactivity is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of interactive technologies in the modern age. Highlighting topics including digital environments, sensory applications, and transmedia applications, this book is ideally designed for academicians, researchers, HCI developers, programmers, IT consultants, and media specialists seeking current research on the design, application, and advancement of different media technologies and interfaces that can support interaction across a wide range of users.

Is learning how to write effectively dull or difficult? Don’t worry. Barron’s is here to help! This new edition of Painless Writing provides students with a lighthearted, step-by-step approach to understanding writing techniques. Inside you’ll find: Comprehensive instruction, including information on expressing your thoughts clearly, enlivening your writing with vivid images, avoiding the dull, passive voice, and much more Painless writing techniques with sample writing passages, painless tips, common pitfalls, and instructive tables Brain Tickler quizzes and answers throughout each chapter to test your progress Whether you’re a middle school student, high school student, or an adult looking to refresh your knowledge, Painless Writing makes learning easy, fun…and painless!

A self-teaching guide to basic arithmetic, covering whole numbers, fractions, percentages, ratio and proportion, basic algebra, basic geometry, basic statistics and probability You'll be able to learn more in less time, evaluate your areas of strength and weakness and reinforce your knowledge and confidence.

Simplifies the concepts of real numbers, integers, properties, operations, exponents, square roots, and patterns. Includes clear instructions, examples, practice problems, definitions, problem-solving strategies, an assessment section, answer keys, and references. Geared toward struggling students. Supports NCTM standards.

This is a systematic exposition of a major part of the mathematics of grades 5 to 8 (excluding statistics), written specifically for Common Core era teachers. It differs from other books for teachers in that the mathematics is correct, in the sense that all the concepts are clearly and correctly defined, and a grade-appropriate explanation (that is, proof) is given for every assertion. For example, it gives a precise definition of percent and explains how to use the definition to do all the standard problems about percent in an entirely routine manner. It also gives a leisurely explanation for “negative times negative is positive”. Another key feature is an intuitive introduction to plane geometry via rotations, translations, reflections, and dilations that, instead of treating these transformations as merely fun activities, shows how they make sense of the usual geometric topics in middle school, including congruence, similarity, length, area, and volume. In short, the readers will find in this volume a clear explanation of whatever was once puzzling to them in the mathematics of grades 5 to 8.

Basic Math and Pre-Algebra Workbook For Dummies, 2nd Edition helps take the guesswork out of solving math equations and will have you unraveling the mystery of FOIL in no time. Whether you need to brush up on the basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division or you're ready to tackle algebraic expressions and equations, this handy workbook will demystify math so you can get back to having fun in math class. Properly use negative numbers, units, inequalities, exponents, square roots, and absolute value Round numbers and estimate answers Solve problems with fractions, decimals, and percentages Navigate basic geometry Complete algebraic expressions and equations Understand statistics and sets Sample questions with step-by-step explanation Answers to practice problems so you can check your work Let Basic Math and Pre-Algebra Workbook For Dummies, 2nd Edition take the guessing out of math and help you discover your problem solving potential.

Two experts on education offer a rich and diverse selection of children's literature and teaching strategies for the K-8 mathematics classroom. • Annotations for 200 children's books with math-related themes • Research-based teaching strategies that are essential for the urban and diverse learner • Detailed journal prompts that encourage writing in the math classroom and library • Handouts for engaging, hands-on math activities • Online resources for teaching math • A K-8 bibliography of literature suitable for teaching mathematical concepts

Princess Sasha Hides a Lion Family: Fun Algebra is the second release of a 12-book Algebra 1 series for children ages 4 and older. The book is a fun and engaging fable about a lion family that was captured in Uganda and imprisoned on an American man's property. The father lion begs the man's 4-year-old son to retrieve a key and help his family escape. "I want to help you, but my parents will be very angry with me if I let you out of this place," Bryan replies. However, that night, Bryan asked God to help the lions escape. As he slept, a rainstorm begins and a lightning bolt breaks the lock on the lions' prison. The 2 big cats and the 2 little ones run deep into the woods, far away from Bryan's house. The lions eventually enter the backyard of a 4-year-old girl named Sasha. The little girl is sitting in the grass solving Inequality Puzzles with her two best friends. Sasha's dog Max starts barking. The girls turn around and see two ferocious-looking lions, along with two lion cubs. They run into Sasha's house through a sliding glass door. Speaking through the door, the father lion convinces the terrified girls that his family will not harm them. James insisted, "We don't want to eat you. You're the only people we know who could help us get back to Uganda. We want your help, that's all." With assistance from Sasha's favorite playmates (Jazmin, Jose, Joshua, Kristen, and Tim), Sasha implements a clever plan that enables the four felines get back home. Captivating pre-story puzzles and after-story tricks show children (as young as 4) how to solve INEQUALITY expressions as well as Algebra equations such as X + (-3) = 1; X + (-2) = -5 and X + 4= 104. Princess Sasha Algebra books are interactive and enable parents (and others) to teach basic Algebra to preschool students. This is true even if: 1) the children don't know how to read and 2) the parent/reader has no understanding of Algebra. The reader simply needs to be able to read on a third grade level. He/she must patiently read the book and give the child time to draw the things shown in the book.

Congratulations on reading Princess Sasha Hides a Lion Family: Fun Algebra to your child. He/she is now ready to solve Inequality expressions and 1 variable word problems. By solving the 45 expressions presented in this Practice Problems book, your child will strengthen skills he/she developed through the above fable. This Practice Problems book is designed for children ages 4 and older. Princess Sasha Algebra books are interactive and enable parents (and others) to teach basic Algebra to preschool students. This is true even if: 1) the children don't know how to read and 2) the parent/reader has no understanding of Algebra.

Princess Sasha Saves Baby Dinosaurs: Fun Algebra is the first release of a 12-book Algebra 1 series for children ages 4 and older. The book is a fun and engaging fairy tale about two baby dinosaurs from another planet. Princess Sasha must care for the dinosaurs for two weeks until an Angel returns to take them home. The 4-year-old girl soon faces a big obstacle. Fortunately, she and her two best friends Jazmin and Kristen figure out a way to protect the dinosaurs. But then something terrible and unexpected happens that could prevent the little reptiles from returning home to their mother and father. Captivating pre-story puzzles and after-story tricks show children (as young as 4) how to solve Algebra equations such as X + 3 = 4 and X - 2 = 1 and X - (- 2) = 3. Princess Sasha Algebra books are interactive and enable parents (and others) to teach basic Algebra to preschool students. This is true even if: 1) the children don't know how to read and 2) the parent/reader has no understanding of Algebra.

Provides mathematical puzzles to strengthen mental math abilities and increase speed and accuracy.

Get ahead in pre-calculus Pre-calculus courses have become increasingly popular with 35 percent of students in the U.S. taking the course in middle or high school. Often, completion of such a course is a prerequisite for calculus and other upper level mathematics courses. Pre-Calculus For Dummies is an invaluable resource for students enrolled in pre-calculus courses. By presenting the essential topics in a clear and concise manner, the book helps students improve their understanding of pre-calculus and become prepared for upper level math courses. Provides fundamental information in an approachable manner Includes fresh example problems Practical explanations mirror today’s teaching methods Offers relevant cultural references Whether used as a classroom aid or as a refresher in preparation for an introductory calculus course, this book is one you’ll want to have on hand to perform your very best.