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Basic Math Notes

Basic Math Notes

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Basic Math Notes

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56 pages
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Apr 26, 2018
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9781387771998
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This document is intended as a study help guide for students of general mathematics principles and processes. It's also a set of useful reminder sheets. I started it as tutoring notes for a Reconstructing Maths course student I was tutoring. She was studying to be a Primary school teacher what they now call Years 1 to 6 or Grades 1 to 6. Soon after I started tutoring her I started tutoring her son who was in high school, because he had some issues as well. I've not covered everything that's taught in high school, just the few I tutored them on. 8,000 words
Éditeur:
Sortie:
Apr 26, 2018
ISBN:
9781387771998
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Ernest Bywater was born and bred in Sydney, Australia in the mid 1950s. He was the youngest of three children born to a local truck driver and a mother with a rare eye condition. She went totally blind before he started school. Thus he grew up in an environment where nothing was left near a table edge, and he spent a lot of time in an adult world as his mother's eyes while still a child. After leaving school at 16 he's worked at everything from door-to-door sales to middle management while also earning many qualification through studies in his own time. At work he wrote many millions of words in reports, technical documents, and training documents. Since his retirement due to health issues he's written over 3 million words of fiction stories in over 100 stories as novels, novellas, and short stories.

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Basic Math Notes - Ernest Bywater

Basic Math Notes

by

Ernest Bywater

All rights reserved © 2003

Basic Math Notes

Copyright © 2003 by Ernest Bywater

All rights are reserved by the author, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form.

Cover Art

The background image is The School of Athens a fresco by Raphael and is in the public domain. The trimming, manipulation, and adding of text is by Ernest Bywater. All rights to the cover image are reserved by the copyright owners.

22 December 2017 Edition

Published by Ernest Bywater

ISBN: 978-1-387-77199-8

The title styles in use are a chapter, a sub-chapter, and a section.

Basic Principle and Assumptions

This document is intended as a study help guide for students of general mathematics principles and processes. It's also a set of useful reminder sheets. I started it as tutoring notes for a Reconstructing Maths course student I was tutoring. She was studying to be a Primary school teacher what they now call Years 1 to 6 or Grades 1 to 6. Soon after I started tutoring her I started tutoring her son who was in high school, because he had some issues as well. I've not covered everything that's taught in high school, just the few I tutored them on.

The following principle and assumptions apply to basic mathematics used in English.

Basic Principle

In all mathematical equations the basic principle is that the final result of all the actions and values on one side of the equals symbol, =, is exactly the same as on the other side. Thus what is on one side will always exactly balance what is on the other.

In most mathematical situations we are seeking to calculate the final result, but sometimes we know some values on both sides and this principle can be used to help find the missing values.

The concept of nothing, or no value, is called a zero and is represented with the symbol 0. Some people call the same value nought, which is another word for nothing. The zero simply means there is no value in the position it is in. So a number of 20 means two tens and no singles (refer to Positional Values below).

General Assumptions

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