Saxon Math Course 3 Test 16 Review 1. 0.07. Charles drove 465 miles on 18.6 gallons of gas. The car averaged how many miles per gallon? 2. 1:38 A bag contains green and yellow marbles in a ratio of 5 to 7. If one marble is drawn, what is the probability that the marble is not green? 3. 3:21 A triangle has sides 9 inches, 11 inches, and 14 inches. Is this triangle a right triangle? 4. 5:12 Solve for h: V= lwh 5. 6:42 The amount of money the kids make varies directly with the number of Popsicles they sell. When they sell 56 Popsicles, they make $16.80. How much will they make if they sell 350 Popsicles? 6. 8:25 Marble cost $54 per square yard. How much does it cost per square foot? 7. 10:32 Find the perimeter of a right triangular prism 8. 11:30 Find the volume of a right triangular prism 9. 13:02 Simplify 5a^3b - 3a^4ba^-1 10. 14:40 Solve 2(x + 2) = x - 8 11. 16:50 Subtract units of measure 12. 18:41 Solve and graph an inequality 13. 20:33 There are 18 girls and 6 boys in the class. WHat percent are girls? 14. 21:58 Graph an equation in Slope-Intercept Form 15. 23:36 If the sales tax is 8.5%. What is the total cost, including tax, of an item prices at $30? 16. 25:24 Plot the points of a trapezoid on a coordinate plane, then find the area of it. 17. 27:51 Given the formula for a sequence, find the 20th term 18. 28:49 Solve: 4(x + 3) = x - 9 19. 20:36 Add time 20. 31:48 Multiply radicals then simplify
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My Homeschool Math Curriculum Review of Horizon’s Math**** Download my FREE 10 Homeschool Hacks E-book here: https://www.heathertorres.net/hacks ******* In this video, I share my homeschool math curriculum review of Horizon math. Horizon’s Math on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2qXQ78t Horizon Math Assessement & Placement Test: https://www.aop.com/homeschooling/assessment-and-placement-tests Check out all of our kindergarten homeschool curriculum on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2tqWJgW Check out all of our 2nd-grade homeschool curriculum on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2bX9MC9 Check out my Homeschool Room On A Budget Supplies & Organization List here: amzn.to/2czo4Xd Curriculum Websites & organization I love: http://www.1plus1plus1equals1.net/ http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/ http://www.raisingclovers.com/ QUESTION — Have you used Horizon’s math. Did you like it or not? Let's take this relationship further and be friends on social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hrtorres/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/heathertorresnet Snapchat: @hrtorres Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/heathertorres/ How I make my videos: Camera-- Sony DCX/RX100 http://amzn.to/2ejzVr2 Tripod-- Gorilla Pod Tripod: http://amzn.to/2398Yho Apple IMac -- http://amzn.to/1UTXQ3w Editing: IMovie (free on Mac computers! YES! I love FREE!) DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
Saxon Math Course 3 Test 17 Review 1. 0.20. There are 5 red, 10 blue, and 8 green marbles in a bag. June Picks a marble and does not replace it. Then, she picks another marble. What is the probability that both marbles are red? 2. 1:53. Solve the equation y-mx + b for m 3. 3:46. Convert 255 gallons per hour to quarts per minute 4. 6:58. Simplify an expression with like terms 5. 9:11. Solve and graph an inequality 6. 11:38. Graph on a coordinate plane: 5x + 2y = 10 I showed two different to do this problem 7. 17:37. Find the missing lengths of a shape using Pythagorean Theorem 8. 21:03. Find the area of a trapezoid 9. 22:29. Find the volume of a cylinder 10. 24:09. Find the Lateral Surface Area of a Cylinder 11. 25:38. Bryan saved $14 by buying a shirts for 70% off. How much did he pay for the item? 12. 28:42. given a formula for a sequence, find the first four terms 13. 31:21. How much money is 66 and 2/3% of $42 (Finding a repeating percent of a whole) 14. 34:54. Solve: x - 0.3x = 2.1 15. 36:00. solve: 1/7x - 3/7 = 5/7 16. 38:13. Simplify a fraction with variables and positive and negative exponents 17. 42:00. Simplify (-2) - (-2)^2 18. 43:13. Multiply and simplify two radicals 19. 45:39. Name the slope and y-intercept of this line: y= -3x + 2 20. 46:25. Given the degrees of a minor arc, find the measure of the major arc 21. 47:32. What is the discount for a shirt that costs $43 and is on sale for 40% off?
Teaching Textbooks review, non grade specific, homeschool math curriculum for 2nd grade through pre-calculus. I just wanted to share our experiences and potential pitfalls with Teaching Textbooks. We have used pre-algebra, algebra 1 and algebra 2 and plan to transition our upcoming 2nd grader to Teaching Textbooks when we feel he is ready. To download placement tests, go here: http://www.teachingtextbooks.com/v/vspfiles/tt/Placement.htm To purchase this program or get more info, go here: http://www.teachingtextbooks.com I mentioned needing to get software updates, which can be found here: http://www.teachingtextbooks.com/v/updates.html UPDATE: My oldest has taken one official timed practice SAT and got 1180, and ironically got 590 on both the math and LA portions. This is in the 75th percentile. This was his baseline test as we start prepping for the official test and I see a lot of room for improvement as I can tell there were quite a few math problems that were missed just because of a misinterpretation of the question. To hats off to TT - it's been a struggle to get through but he DOES know the material he needs to know. Just thought I'd throw this out there for those who might be wondering if it will prep kids for college. :)
CLE Math is a new math curriculum for us this year. I'm using this math for two of my elementary-aged kids. In this review/spotlight, I'll share what I like about it, what I don't like about it and how we use this homeschool math curriculum. HI! I am Tricia, a military wife & SAHM-turned-homeschooling mama to three kids (Elizabeth--11, Benjamin--7, Matthew--5), having recently moved to Georgia. Christian Light Education Math: https://www.clp.org/store/by_subject/4 Placement Tests: https://www.clp.org/store/by_grade/21 You can also find me-- on my blog @ http://www.thislifeofours.net/ on Instagram @ thislifeofours6 Royalty-free music provided by: http://www.bensound.com/
http://saxonmathwarrior.com I wrote the biography, John Saxon's Story, a genius of common sense in math education, to memorialize the life of a powerful teacher, author, and publisher. Before retiring in 2006, I had witnessed success with Saxon materials as a K-12 principal/teacher on an Indian reservation and as the principal of an 80% white, upper middle class school in Seattle, WA. My students excelled in math. Several of the elementary teachers admitted they understood math "for the first time." Why, then, did John Saxon and his program become so hated by national and state leaders, district bureaucrats and many teachers? For one thing, he told them the disastrous results in math education have been due to their bad decision-making. Those decisions impacted the performance of teachers and students and they needed to accept responsibility for the disaster. That was not well received. They, unwisely, declared war on him. The book chronicles the battles of this ridiculed West Point graduate who held three engineering degrees, was a Korean War hero and test pilot among future astronauts, and an instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy. He was not the dummy portrayed by math education leaders. In the battles, John Saxon would find his greatest passion in fighting a "good war" to save American math education. For that, he is still honored by tens of thousands of students and parents today. (More than half of America's 1.5 million homeschooled students use his materials.) See John Saxon:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJEQChJixpY and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6aJreXyV0Q. Saxon Math at North Beach, Seattle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7rrRhj-K6w&feature=related Non-traditional math explained: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr1qee-bTZI Escondido Charter High School student video for annual Saxon Math Day, 2007: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aj_N1E5fON8&feature=related http://education.jhu.edu/newhorizons/Exceptional%20Learners/Law/hayes.htm