Looking for a helpful resource that explains math concepts with easy-to-follow examples and colorful, brightly illustrated diagrams? With the Illustrated Dictionary of Math, your child will have over 500 definitions of key math terms and their uses in one convenient 130-page, softbound book. Includes Internet links.
Does your child know the difference between a rational number and a real number? Is he familiar with a Fibonacci sequence, arithmetic with vectors, or algebraic expressions? With the Illustrated Dictionary of Math from Alpha Omega Publications, your child will solidify his understanding of these math concepts and more with in-depth explanations, easy-to-follow examples, full-color illustrations, and eye-catching diagrams. Divided into four sections—numbers; shapes, space, and measures; algebra; and handling data—this supplemental math resource perfectly complements your homeschool math curriculum. Simply use the comprehensive cross-reference guide and detailed index to locate the current math topic you're studying, and then read the clearly-outlined information. How easy is that? No more confusion, no more frustration. Math will make sense and your child will have a reference tool to remind him of key math facts whenever studying for tests or completing daily lessons.But there's more! The Illustrated Dictionary of Math also includes an alphabetical list of common money terms as well as a list of commonly used math symbols. Plus for each topic in this math resource book, you'll find internet links to interesting and exciting supplemental websites. Your child will be able to test his math skills with puzzles, games, and quizzes; take virtual tours of the universe from outer space to the innermost parts of atoms; learn how to use mental math tricks to perform difficult calculations in his head; and more! Sound exciting? It is! Don't wait to order the Illustrated Dictionary of Math for your child—add a copy to your shopping cart today!