Table of Contents

Section 1 • Arithmetic, Multiples and Factors
 Order of Operations: Evaluate Numerical Expressions
 Adding Integers
 Subtracting Integers
 Multiplying Integers
 Dividing Integers
 Adding and Subtracting Decimals: Three Decimal Places
 Adding and Subtracting Decimals
 Adding Decimals with Hundredths: The Column Method
 Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers: The Column Method
 Multiplying Decimals: Column Multiplication
 Multiplying Decimals
 Dividing Decimals by OneDigit Numbers
 Dividing Decimals
 Common Multiples
 Common Factors
 Factors
 Prime and Composite Numbers
 Prime Factorization
 The Least Common Multiple
 The Greatest Common Factor
 Section 2 • Approximations

Section 3 • Fractions
 Equivalent Fractions Using Division
 Equivalent Fractions Using Multiplication
 Simplifying Fractions Using Common Factors
 Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
 Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
 Ordering Fractions
 Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators
 Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators
 Adding Mixed Numbers: Denominators Are Multiples
 Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators
 Multiplying Fractions
 Multiplying Mixed Numbers
 Dividing Fractions
 Reciprocals
 Converting Fractions to Recurring Decimals
 Converting Recurring Decimals to Fractions
 Sum of an Infinite Geometric Sequence
 Section 4 • Ratio and Proportion
 Section 5 • Percentages
 Section 6 • Expressions

Section 7 • Powers and Roots
 Squares of Numbers
 Cubes of Numbers
 Cube Roots of Perfect Cubes
 Square Roots of Perfect Squares
 Simplifying Monomials: Product Rule
 Simplifying Monomials: Power of a Power Rule
 Simplifying Monomials: Zero Exponents
 Simplifying Monomials: Negative Exponents
 Fractional Exponents
 Scientific Notation
 Number Operations in Scientific Notation
 Simplifying Radicals
 Rationalizing Denominators of Radicals
 Multiplying Radical Expressions
 Section 8 • Formulas
 Section 9 • Equations
 Section 10 • Direct and Inverse Proportion
 Section 11 • Quadratic Equations
 Section 12 • Simultaneous Equations
 Section 13 • Inequalities
 Section 14 • Sequences

Section 15 • StraightLine Graphs
 Equations of Vertical and Horizontal Lines
 Graphing Linear Functions
 Slope of a Line through Two Points
 Slopes and Intercepts of Linear Functions
 Equation of a Straight Line: Slope–Intercept Form
 Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
 Midpoint on the Coordinate Plane
 Distance on the Coordinate Plane: Pythagorean Formula
 Section 16 • Other Types of Graph
 Section 17 • Using Graphs
 Section 18 • Functions
 Section 19 • Sets
 Section 20 • Angles and 2D Shapes
 Section 21 • Circle Geometry

Section 22 • Units, Measuring and Estimating
 Converting and Comparing Mass: Metric Units
 Converting Lengths: Metric Units
 Converting Capacity: Metric Units
 Converting between Imperial and Metric Units of Length
 Converting between Imperial and Metric Units of Capacity
 Converting between Imperial and Metric Units of Mass
 Converting and Comparing Capacity: Customary Units
 Converting and Comparing Length: Customary Units
 Converting and Comparing Mass: Customary Units
 Estimating Mass: Customary Units
 Estimating Mass: Metric Units
 Estimating Capacity: Customary Units
 Estimating Length: Metric Units
 Estimating Length: Customary Units
 Choosing Milliliters or Liters
 Section 23 • Compound Measures
 Section 24 • Constructions
 Section 25 • Pythagoras and Trigonometry
 Section 26 • Vectors
 Section 27 • Perimeter and Area

Section 28 • 3D Shapes
 Volumes of Rectangular Prisms and Cubes
 Volumes of Cylinders
 Volumes of Triangular Prisms
 Nets of 3D Shapes
 Surface Areas of Rectangular Prism and Cubes
 Surface Areas of Cylinders
 Surface Areas of Prisms
 Surface Areas of Spheres
 Volumes of Spheres
 Volumes of Cones
 Surface Areas of Cones
 Volumes of Pyramids
 Surface Areas of Pyramids
 Symmetry in 3D Shapes
 Section 29 • Transformations
 Section 30 • Congruence and Similarity
 Section 31 • Collecting Data
 Section 32 • Averages and Ranges
 Section 33 • Displaying Data
 Section 34 • Probability
 Section 35 • Probability for Combined Events