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Visually compare fractions 2 Practice comparing fractions by looking at pictures. Fractions in these problems do not have common denominators.
Multiply using place value Multiply a 1-digit number by a multi-digit number by decomposing the multi-digit number.
Understanding dividing fractions by fractions
Meaning of multiplication Practice representing multiplication as equal groups, repeated addition, or arrays.
Integral test Use the integral test to determine whether a given series is convergent or divergent.
Rewriting decimals as fractions challenge Practice rewriting decimals as fractions. These problems use decimals with up to four decimal places.
Multi-digit multiplication Multiply 2-3 digits by 3-4 digits with carrying.
Special products of binomials Find special products (perfect squares and difference of squares) of "advanced" binomials: binomials with leading coefficients other than 1; binomials with higher degrees; and binomials with two variables.
Quadratic formula Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. For example, solve -9x+10x²+8=14.
Continuity challenge Review your understanding of continuity with some challenge problems.
Solid geometry Find volumes and surface areas of boxes, cylinders, & triangular prisms.
Matrix dimensions Determine the dimensions of a given matrix.
Comparing linear functions word problem Compare features of two real-world relationships that can be modeled by linear functions, where the functions are represented in different ways.
Foci of an ellipse from radii Given the major and minor radii of an ellipse, find its foci.
Graphs of logarithmic functions Graph logarithmic functions and find the appropriate graph given the function.
Count with small numbers Practice counting up to 10 objects.
Graphing points & naming quadrants Practice graphing points on a coordinate plane and identifying the quadrant or axis where they are located.
Multiply by 4 Multiply 4 times a number less than or equal to 10.
Adding & subtracting negative fractions Practice adding and subtracting positive and negative fractions.
4th & 5th roots Radicals are also known as roots. The most common are square root √ and cube root ∛, but there are more. Evaluate higher-degree radicals like ∜81.