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### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.### FIFTH GRADE

Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction; Place Values; Comparing and Ordering Numbers### MEASUREMENT

Measurement - Table of Contents. Measurement - Topics. Time; Metric System; Mass; Length; Volume; Temperature Conversions### MONEY - AAA MATH

Money - Table of Contents. Money - Topics. Coins; Change; Adding and Subtracting Money; Consumer Math MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE An interactive math lesson about completing a numerical sequence. How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming### smaller in value).

TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing numbers written in scientific and standard notation with an explanation, interactive exercises and challenge games.### PLACE VALUES

Decimal numbers, such as O.6495, have four digits after the decimal point. Each digit is a different place value. The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.### FIFTH GRADE

Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction; Place Values; Comparing and Ordering Numbers### MEASUREMENT

Measurement - Table of Contents. Measurement - Topics. Time; Metric System; Mass; Length; Volume; Temperature Conversions### MONEY - AAA MATH

Money - Table of Contents. Money - Topics. Coins; Change; Adding and Subtracting Money; Consumer Math MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE An interactive math lesson about completing a numerical sequence. How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming### smaller in value).

TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing numbers written in scientific and standard notation with an explanation, interactive exercises and challenge games.### PLACE VALUES

Decimal numbers, such as O.6495, have four digits after the decimal point. Each digit is a different place value. The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing Quantities; Numbers and Counting to Twenty### SECOND GRADE

second grade - table of contents. second grade - topics. Introduction; Names of Numbers; Ordinal Numbers; Counting### PLACE VALUES

An interactive math lesson about Place Values. Numbers, such as 495,784, have six digits. Each digit is a different place value.### SIXTH GRADE

Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction; Place Values; Comparing and Ordering Numbers### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 =### 59.16)

### PLACE VALUES

Decimal numbers, such as O.6495, have four digits after the decimal point. Each digit is a different place value. The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins.### COMPARING INTEGERS

An interactive math lesson about comparing numbers. Symbol: Meaning: Example in Symbols: Example in Words > Greater than More than Bigger### than

DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting.### SIXTH GRADE

Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Comparing and Ordering.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and### PLACE VALUES

Explore. Feedback. Place Values of Six Digit Numbers. Numbers, such as 495,784, have six digits. Each digit is a different place value. The first digit is called the hundred thousands' place. It tells you how many sets of one hundred thousand are in the number. The number 495,784 has four hundred thousands.### COMPARING INTEGERS

An interactive math lesson about comparing numbers. Symbol: Meaning: Example in Symbols: Example in Words > Greater than More than Bigger### than

COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins.### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

Explore. Feedback. Finding the Percent of a Number. To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 = 59.16) Round to the desired precision (e.g. 59.16 rounded to the nearest whole number =### 59)

### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

DETERMINING PERCENTAGE An interactive math lesson about determining percentage. Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68### ÷ 87 = 0.7816)

AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### SIXTH GRADE

Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Comparing and Ordering.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition### PLACE VALUES

Explore. Feedback. Place Values of Six Digit Numbers. Numbers, such as 495,784, have six digits. Each digit is a different place value. The first digit is called the hundred thousands' place. It tells you how many sets of one hundred thousand are in the number. The number 495,784 has four hundred thousands.### COMPARING INTEGERS

An interactive math lesson about comparing numbers. Symbol: Meaning: Example in Symbols: Example in Words > Greater than More than Bigger### than

COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

Explore. Feedback. Finding the Percent of a Number. To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 = 59.16) Round to the desired precision (e.g. 59.16 rounded to the nearest whole number =### 59)

AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. EVALUATING EXPONENTS An exponent is a number that tells how many times the base number is used as a factor. For example, 3 4 indicates that the base number 3 is used as a factor 4 times. To determine the value of 3 4, multiply 3*3*3*3 which would give the result 81.. Exponents are written as a superscript number (e.g. 3 4) or preceded by the caret (^) symbol### (e.g. 3^4).

### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. EVALUATING EXPONENTS An exponent is a number that tells how many times the base number is used as a factor. For example, 3 4 indicates that the base number 3 is used as a factor 4 times. To determine the value of 3 4, multiply 3*3*3*3 which would give the result 81.. Exponents are written as a superscript number (e.g. 3 4) or preceded by the caret (^) symbol### (e.g. 3^4).

### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and### SIXTH GRADE

Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Comparing and Ordering.### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

### COMPARING INTEGERS

An interactive math lesson about comparing numbers. Symbol: Meaning: Example in Symbols: Example in Words > Greater than More than Bigger### than

COMPARING SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD NOTATION NUMBERS Comparing. Two numbers written in scientific notation can be compared. The number with the larger power of 10 is greater than the number with the smaller power of 10. If the powers of ten are the same then the number with the larger factor is the larger number. For### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

Explore. Feedback. Finding the Percent of a Number. To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 = 59.16) Round to the desired precision (e.g. 59.16 rounded to the nearest whole number =### 59)

TYPES OF POLYGONS BASED ON NUMBER OF SIDES An interactive math lesson about types of polygons based on number of### sides.

DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition COMPARING WHOLE NUMBERS AND FRACTIONS An integer and a fractional number can be compared. One number is either greater than, less than or equal to the other number. When comparing fractional numbers to whole number, convert the fraction to a decimal number by division and compare the numbers. To compare decimal numbers to a whole number, start with the integer portion of### the numbers.

COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9.### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition COMPARING WHOLE NUMBERS AND FRACTIONS An integer and a fractional number can be compared. One number is either greater than, less than or equal to the other number. When comparing fractional numbers to whole number, convert the fraction to a decimal number by division and compare the numbers. To compare decimal numbers to a whole number, start with the integer portion of### the numbers.

COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

### MONEY - AAA MATH

Adding Dollars, Dimes and Pennies. Converting Coin Values. Dimes for Pennies. Nickels for Pennies. Change. Change from a Purchase. Coins for Change. Adding and Subtracting Money. Add Money. ADDITION OF WEEKS AND DAYS Add the weeks together. (4 weeks + 2 weeks = 6 weeks) Add the days together. (5 days + 4 days = 9 days) If the number of days is 7 or more do the following: Subtract 7 from the number of days. (9 days - 7 days = 2 days) Increase the number of weeks by one. (6 weeks + 1 week = 7 weeks) Repeat this process if the number of days is still 7 or### more

MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 15, 13, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

PROPERTIES OF ADDITION Feedback. Properties of Addition. There are four mathematical properties which involve addition. The properties are the commutative, associative, additive identity and distributive properties. Commutative property: When two numbers are added, the sum is the same regardless of the order of the addends. For example 4 + 2 = 2 + 4.### DIVISION FACTS

An interactive math lesson about basic division facts. The division of 24 by 6 is illustrated below. If 24 objects were evenly divided into 6 groups then each group would have 4 objects. COIN NAMES AND VALUES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins. DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten - Topics. Introduction. More and Fewer. Numbers and Counting through Ten. Numbers and Counting through Twenty. Counting Down. Patterns of Numbers. Adding. Subtracting.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting. FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten - Topics. Introduction. More and Fewer. Numbers and Counting through Ten. Numbers and Counting through Twenty. Counting Down. Patterns of Numbers. Adding. Subtracting.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting. FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and### ALGEBRA - AAA MATH

Basic Axioms of Algebra. Order of Operations I. Order of Operations II. Commutative and Associative Axioms and Rearrangement Properties. Review Axioms and Properties. Distributive, Identity and Inverse Properties. Addition Properties. Multiplication Properties. Additive### Inverse.

### SIXTH GRADE

Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Comparing and Ordering. BASIC AXIOMS OF ALGEBRA There are five basic axioms of algebra. The axioms are the reflexive axiom, symmetric axiom, transitive axiom, additive axiom and multiplicative axiom. Reflexive Axiom: A number is equal to itelf. (e.g a = a). This is the first axiom of equality. It follows Euclid's Common Notion One: "Things equal to the same thing are equal to each### other."

### PATTERNS - AAA MATH

Find a missing number between 0 and 20. Find a missing number when counting by 10. Find a missing number when counting by 5. Find a missing number when counting by 2. Find a missing number when counting by 3. Find a missing number when counting by 4. Find a missing number from 0 up to 100. Find a missing number from 100 down to 0. MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 15, 13, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

Explore. Feedback. Finding the Percent of a Number. To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 = 59.16) Round to the desired precision (e.g. 59.16 rounded to the nearest whole number =### 59)

COIN VALUES AND NAMES An interactive math lesson learn the names and values of coins. DETERMINING PERCENTAGE Example: 68 is what percent of 87? Divide the first number by the second (e.g. 68 ÷ 87 = 0.7816) Multiply the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the right) (e.g. 0.7816*100 = 78.16) AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten - Topics. Introduction. More and Fewer. Numbers and Counting through Ten. Numbers and Counting through Twenty. Counting Down. Patterns of Numbers. Adding. Subtracting.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting. FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format. AAA MATHSIXTH GRADEFOURTH GRADETHIRD GRADEFIFTH GRADESEVENTH### GRADEMULTIPLICATION

Abundance. AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth### grade

### FIFTH GRADE

Geographical Photos. Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Fifth Grade - Table of Contents. Fifth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers.### FIRST GRADE

First Grade - Table of Contents. First Grade - Topics. Introduction. Comparing Quantities. Numbers and Counting to Twenty. Counting Down. Numbers to 100. Comparing Numbers. Ordering Numbers.### MEASUREMENT

Add hours and minutes. Subtract hours and minutes. Convert minutes to seconds. Convert minutes and seconds to seconds. Add Minutes and seconds. Subtract Minutes and seconds. Convert days to weeks and days. Convert seconds to minutes and seconds. Time zones Continental United### States.

### KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten - Topics. Introduction. More and Fewer. Numbers and Counting through Ten. Numbers and Counting through Twenty. Counting Down. Patterns of Numbers. Adding. Subtracting.### SECOND GRADE

Second Grade Progress Report. Names of Numbers. Numbers and Words - 1-50. Numbers and Words - 51-99. Words and Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Ordinal Numbers. Names of Numbers Quiz. Counting. FRACTIONS - AAA MATH Converting from Scientific Notation. Reciprocals of Fractions. Dividing Fractions. Division. Division by Integers. Divide Mixed Numbers. Multiplying Fractions. Multiplication. Multiplication by### Integers.

### SEVENTH GRADE

seventh grade - table of contents. Seventh Grade - Topics. Introduction; Comparing and Ordering Numbers; Addition MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 30, 23, ?, 9. CONVERTING STANDARD TIME TO MILITARY TIME An interactive math lesson about converting military time format to standard time format.### THIRD GRADE

Third Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Value. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Counting by numbers other than one. Addition. Relationship between Addition and### ALGEBRA - AAA MATH

Basic Axioms of Algebra. Order of Operations I. Order of Operations II. Commutative and Associative Axioms and Rearrangement Properties. Review Axioms and Properties. Distributive, Identity and Inverse Properties. Addition Properties. Multiplication Properties. Additive### Inverse.

### SIXTH GRADE

Sudoku. Spanish Version of AAAMath. Abundance. Sixth Grade - Table of Contents. Sixth Grade - Topics. Introduction. Place Values. Comparing and Ordering Numbers. Comparing and Ordering. BASIC AXIOMS OF ALGEBRA There are five basic axioms of algebra. The axioms are the reflexive axiom, symmetric axiom, transitive axiom, additive axiom and multiplicative axiom. Reflexive Axiom: A number is equal to itelf. (e.g a = a). This is the first axiom of equality. It follows Euclid's Common Notion One: "Things equal to the same thing are equal to each### other."

### PATTERNS - AAA MATH

Find a missing number between 0 and 20. Find a missing number when counting by 10. Find a missing number when counting by 5. Find a missing number when counting by 2. Find a missing number when counting by 3. Find a missing number when counting by 4. Find a missing number from 0 up to 100. Find a missing number from 100 down to 0. MISSING NUMBER IN A SEQUENCE How to find a missing number in a sequence. Determine if the order of numbers is ascending (getting larger in value) or descending (becoming smaller in value). Find the difference between numbers that are next to each other. Use the difference between numbers to find the missing number. Example: Find the missing number: 15, 13, ?, 9.### PLACE VALUES

The first digit after the decimal point is called the tenths place value. There are six tenths in the number O.6495. The second digit tells you how many hundredths there are in the number. The number O.6495 has four hundredths. The third digit is the thousandths place. The fourth digit is the ten-thousandths place which is five in this### example.

### PERCENT OF A NUMBER

Explore. Feedback. Finding the Percent of a Number. To determine the percent of a number do the following steps: Multiply the number by the percent (e.g. 87 * 68 = 5916) Divide the answer by 100 (Move decimal point two places to the left) (e.g. 5916/100 = 59.16) Round to the desired precision (e.g. 59.16 rounded to the nearest whole number =### 59)

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