Fundamentals of Math Student Text (2nd edition) covers concepts such as whole numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, and an introduction to algebra and geometry. Each chapter contains "Dominion thru Math" exercises that apply mathematics to everyday life, "Mind over Math" and "Problem Solving" sections that promote critical thinking skills, and a chapter review section.
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Fundamentals of Math eTextbook ST (2nd ed.) is rated
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No Support for ParentsIm sadly disillusioned that the teacher tools are not available to homeschool parents who, by en large, don't posess the qualifications and knowlege to assist our children with more difficult subjects such as senior maths. We are forced to send our children into the unGodliness of the world to be schooled, as we are unable to teach something which we dont understand ourselves.
Date published: 2016-05-09
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Frustrated MomI am a HUGE fan of BJU, but felt this math lacked instruction. As kids age independence is important and my daughter found this math not only frustrating, but confusing as well. I feel like something was "lost" between this year and last. I am always more than willing to teach, or help when needed, but I found several areas confusing. I think it needs some improvement, but it may work well for others.
Date published: 2015-05-11
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Excellent productIt was easy to use and understand. Kids liked reading the articles.