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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Conceptual Approach

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Conceptual Approach

10th Edition
By Albert Bennett and Laurie Burton and Ted Nelson and Joseph Ediger
ISBN10: 0078035651
ISBN13: 9780078035654
Copyright: 2016
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Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Conceptual Approach, 10th Edition

Chapter 1: Problem Solving

1.1 Introduction to Problem Solving

1.2 Patterns and Problem Solving

Chapter 2: Sets and Reasoning

2.1 Sets and Venn Diagrams

2.2 Introduction to Deductive Reasoning

Chapter 3: Whole Numbers

3.1 Numeration Systems

3.2 Addition and Subtraction

3.3 Multiplication

3.4 Division and Exponents

Chapter 4: Number Theory

4.1 Factors and Multiples

4.2 Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple

Chapter 5: Integers and Fractions

5.1 Integers

5.2 Introduction to Fractions

5.3 Operations with Fractions

Chapter 6: Decimals: Rational and Irrational Numbers

6.1 Decimals and Rational Numbers

6.2 Operations with Decimals

6.3 Ratio, Percent, and Scientific Notation

6.4 Irrational and Real Numbers

Chapter 7: Statistics

7.1 Collecting and Graphing Data

7.2 Describing and Analyzing Data

7.3 Sampling, Predictions, and Simulations

Chapter 8: Probability and Counting

8.1 Single-Stage Experiments

8.2 Multistage Experiments

8.3 Counting, Permutations, and Combinations

Chapter 9: Algebra

9.1 Problem Solving with Algebra

9.2 Coordinates, Slope, and Lines

9.3 Functions and Graphs

Chapter 10: Geometric Figures

10.1 Plane Figures

10.2 Polygons and Tessellations

10.3 Space Figures

10.4 Symmetric Figures

Chapter 11: Measurement

10.1 Systems of Measurement

11.2 Area and Perimeter

11.3 Volume and Surface Area

Chapter 12: Transformations: Constructions, Congruence and Similarity Mapping

12.1 Congruence and Constructions

12.2 Congruence Mappings

12.3 Similarity Mappings