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Every Jamestown Number Power book targets a particular set of math skills with straightforward explanations, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction, real-life examples, and extensive reinforcement exercises. Use these texts across the full scope of the basic mathematics curriculum, from whole numbers to pre-algebra and geometry. Measurement reviews length, angles, weight, temperature, capacity, volume, time and velocity. Both customary and metric units are covered.
Number Power Measurement Student Text

Number Power Measurement Student Text

National EDITION
Grade Levels: 5 - 12
MHID: 0809222809 |  ISBN 13: 9780809222803
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Number Power Measurement Student Text

To the Student

Pre-Test

Section 1: Measurements

When Do We Use Them?

Customary and Metric Units

Reading Rulers and Straight-Line Scales

Reading Arcs and Dials

Measuring Around the House

Section 2: Length and Angles

The Construction Trades

Estimating Length in Meters

Metric Lengths and the Decimal Point

Operations with Metric Measurements

Estimating Length Using Customary Units

Changing Among Inches, Feet, Yards, and Miles

Adding and Subtracting Lengths

Multiplying and Dividing Lengths

Comparing and Ordering Customary and Metric Units of Length

Comparing and Ordering Lengths

Focus on Geometry: Measuring Angles

Kinds of Angles

Angles and Parallel Lines

Pairs of Angles

Area and Perimeter

Applications: Home Remodeling

Scale on Drawings and Maps

Section 2 Cumulative Review

Section 3: Weight and Temperature

The Health Professions

Customary Units of Weight

Metric Units of Weight

Estimating in Ounces, Pounds, and Tons

Changing Among Ounces, Pounds, and Tons

Estimating in Milligrams, Grams, and Kilograms

Changing Among Milligrams, Grams, and Kilograms

Adding and Subtracting Weights

Multiplying and Dividing Weights

Comparing and Ordering Weights

Comparing Customary and Metric Units of Weight

Focus on Thermometers: Fahrenheit and Celsius Scales

Temperatures

Changing Between °F and °C

Applications: Windchill

Doctors' Offices

Section 3 Cumulative Review

Section 4 Capacity and Volume

The Food Service Professions

Customary Units of Capacity

Estimating Capacity

Changing Among Customary Units of Capacity

Estimating with Metric Units of Capacity

Changing Among Milliliters, Liters, and Kiloliters

Adding and Subtracting with Capacity Measurements

Multiplying and Dividing with Capacity Measurements

Comparing Customary and Metric Units of Capacity

Focus on Geometry: Volume

Volume of Cylinders and Cones

Applications: Oil and Coolant

Recipes

Ice, Water, Gas

Heating and Air Conditioning

Packing and Moving

Section 4 Cumulative Review

Section 5 Time and Velocity

Messenger and Courier Services

Units of Time

Estimating Time

Changing Among Units of Time

Adding and Subtracting Measurements of Time

Multiplying and Dividing Measurements of Time

Comparing and Ordering Time Measurements

Focus on Algebra: Velocity

Applications: Time Zones

Wind Velocity

Miles Per Gallon

Reading a Bus Schedule

Trucking and Delivery Service

Speed of Planes

Section 5 Cumulative Review

Post-Test

Formulas and Measurement Units

Glossary

Index