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In this teacher's guide, 4th graders are taught to multiply numbers on a calculator. Guided practice is offered. Finally, students do independent practice. The learning exercise corresponds to Grade 4 Saxon Math, pages 13-17.
In this teacher's guide to the multiplying and dividing fractions worksheet, students learn that fractions are converted to decimals on a calculator. Students have guided practice multiplying a fraction by a whole number; multiplying a fraction by a fraction; and dividing fractions and mixed numbers, all on a calculator.
In this extension and enrichment story problem instructional activity, 1st graders solve problems that correlate with selected units in the Saxon math grade one program.
In this math instructional activity, students solve ten story problems. These problems are aligned with the Saxon Math K program and are designed to be used one at a time. Problems use numbers small enough for kindergarten students to solve with manipulatives or drawings.
In this story problems worksheet, 3rd graders complete one or two enrichment or extension problems for the Saxon Math 3 program.
In this math worksheet, students practice working out word problems concerning number sentences, fractions, rectangular prisms and parallelograms within thirteen word problems.
Use this Saxon math coordinate plane worksheet to have your learners utilize a graphing calculator, equate the vertices of a rectangle, and then graph their conclusions as well as answer a variety of fill in the blank equations.
Use a Saxon math teachers' guide for division to help 5th graders perform basic division on a calculator by entering the dividend, the division key, the divisor number and finally the equal key. Guided practice is provided. Finally, they will work independently to complete an 8-problem practice worksheet.
In this math real-world investigation worksheet, students find the perimeter of a surface by adding the lengths of the four sides called "dimensions."
In this Saxon math worksheet, students utilizing the Internet to find examples of plants and animals with symmetrical body shapes and patterns.
Young scholars determine the probability of given events. They use their graphing calculator to generate data. This four-page activity contains detailed graphing calculator instructions and three multi-step problems. A terrific exercise in simulating probabilities.
Youngsters use a graphing calculator to assist in creating a function table. They graph the function on a coordinate plane. They explore the relationship between the domain and range in the graph. This four-page worksheet contains two multi-step problems. Explanations and examples are included in this worksheet.
For this collecting, displaying, and interpreting data worksheet, students answer 3 multi-part short answer questions about a data set. Students construct bar graphs, histograms, and circle graphs to represent the data.
In this inverse variation worksheet, students use their graphing calculators to answer equations using inverse variations. They create a table for an inverse equation and then graph the information. This five-page worksheet contains 3 multi-step equations. Explanations, examples and calculator keystrokes are provided.
In this graphing calculator worksheet for the TI-83 calculator, students first observe a demonstration for calculating negative numbers. Next, students use their graphing calculator to answer 6 thoughtful T/F and short answer questions. For use with Saxon Math L. 9, EX. 2.
In common denominator worksheet, students solve four multi-step common denominator problems using their graphing calculators. An example problem giving key strokes and steps is provided.
In this coordinate plane worksheet, students graph pairs on a coordinate plane. They examine functions and use their graphing calculator to graph the given equation. This four-page worksheet contains 2 multi-step problems. Examples and explanations are provided on the worksheets.
Middle schoolers arrange fractions in descending order. They read short story problems and determine ratios, percents and decimals. Pupils determine fractional parts and add fractions. This four-page worksheet contains 13 problems.
For this slope-intercept worksheet, students identify the slope and y-intercept of given equations. They graph linear equations on a graphing calculator. Detailed calculator instructions are provided. This four-page worksheet contains 3 multi-step problems.
In this complex fractions learning exercise, students express division problems as complex fractions. They identify fractional parts. This four-page learning exercise contains 3 multi-step problems. Explanations and examples are provided in this learning exercise.