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Course Contents

Course Name: 6th Grade Math
  • 1. Fractions, Decimals and Percents
  •  1.1 Conversion with Fractions, Decimals and Percents
  •  1.1.1 Introductions to Fractions, Decimals and Percents
  •  1.1.2 Converting Fractions to Decimals
  •  1.1.3 Converting Decimals to Fractions
  •  1.1.4 Converting Decimals to Percents
  •  1.1.5 Converting Percents to Decimals
  •  1.2 Operations with Fractions and Decimals
  •  1.2.1 Addition with Fractions
  •  1.2.2 Addition with Decimals
  •  1.2.3 Subtraction with Fractions
  •  1.2.4 Subtractions with Decimals
  •  1.2.5 Multiplication with Fractions
  •  1.2.6 Multiplication with Decimals
  •  1.2.7 Division with Fractions
  •  1.2.8 Division with Decimals
  •  1.3 Operations with Mixed Numbers
  •  1.3.1 Mixed Numbers
  •  1.3.2 Converting Mixed Numbers to Fractions
  •  1.3.3 Addition with Mixed Numbers
  •  1.3.4 Subtraction with Mixed Numbers
  •  1.4 Fractions, Decimals and Percents in Everyday Life
  •  1.4.1 Percents in Everyday Life - Working with Percents
  •  1.4.2 Fractions in Everyday Life - Working with Fractions
  •  1.4.3 Decimals in Everyday Life - Working with Decimals
  • 2. Positive and Negative Numbers
  •  2.1 Addition
  •  2.2 Subtraction
  •  2.3 Multiplication
  •  2.4 Division
  • 3. The Number Line and Absolute Value
  •  3.1 Representing Numbers on a Number Line
  •  3.2 Positive and Negative Integers on a Number Line
  •  3.3 Fractions on a Number Line
  •  3.4 Decimals on a Number Line
  •  3.5 Comparing Numbers on a Number Line
  •  3.6 Ordering Numbers on a Number Line
  •  3.7 Absolute Value - The Distance from 0 on a Number Line
  •  3.8 Finding Absolute Value
  •  3.9 Distance between two Numbers on a Number Line - The Absolute Value of their Difference
  • 4. Ratios and Proportions
  •  4.1 Introduction to Ratio - Different Notations
  •  4.2 Equivalent Ratios
  •  4.3 Ratio in its Simplest Form
  •  4.4 Ratio of two Given Quantities
  •  4.5 Introduction to Proportions
  •  4.6 Find a Missing Value if Ratios are Equivalent
  • 5. Exponents and Scientific Notation
  •  5.1 Understanding Exponents
  •  5.2 Understanding Scientific Notation
  • 6. Algebra - The Real Numbers
  •  6.1 Properties of Real Numbers
  •  6.2 Order of Operations
  • 7. Algebra - Introductions to Variables
  •  7.1 The Variables
  •  7.2 Combining Like terms
  •  7.3 Canceling with Variables
  •  7.4 Operations with Variables
  •  7.5 Simplifying and Evaluating Expressions
  • 8. Algebra - The Coordinate Plane and Graphs
  •  8.1 The Coordinate Plane
  •  8.2 Graphing Points in Coordinate Plane
  •  8.3 Graphing Linear Relations
  •  8.4 The t-Table
  •  8.5 Making Predictions from Linear Patterns
  • 9. Algebra - Linear Equations and Formulas
  •  9.1 Introduction to Linear Equations
  •  9.2 Writing Equations and Formulas
  •  9.3 Problem Solving using Formulas
  •  9.4 Linear Equations with One Variable
  •  9.5 Writing and Solving One Step Linear Equations
  •  9.6 More Solving One Step Linear Equations
  •  9.7 Linear Inequalities
  •  9.8 Writing and Solving Linear Inequalities
  • 10. Angles and Polygons
  •  10.1 Complementary Angles
  •  10.2 Supplementary Angles
  •  10.3 Vertical Angles
  •  10.4 Triangles and Properties of Triangles
  •  10.5 Quadrilaterals and Properties of Quadrilaterals
  •  10.6 Finding Missing Angles
  •  10.7 More Finding Missing Angles
  • 11. Shapes and Solids
  •  11.1 The Circle
  •  11.2 Area of a Circle
  •  11.3 Circumference of a Circle
  •  11.4 Spheres
  •  11.5 Surface area of a Sphere
  •  11.6 Volume of Spheres
  •  11.7 Cylinders
  •  11.8 Surface area of a Cylinder
  •  11.9 Volume of Cylinders
  • 12. Rates, Measurements, and Conversions
  •  12.1 Measurements and Conversions
  •  12.1.1 The Metric System
  •  12.1.2 Time
  •  12.1.3 Mass
  •  12.1.4 Length
  •  12.1.5 Temperature
  •  12.1.6 Volume
  •  12.2 The Rate, Time of Travel and Distance
  •  12.3 Rates Conversion
  •  12.4 Commonly Used Rates and Measurements
  • 13. Data Analysis and Graphs
  •  13.1 Circle (Pie) Graphs
  •  13.2 Bar Graphs
  •  13.3 Line Graphs
  •  13.4 "Stem-and-Leaf" Plots
  •  13.5 Selecting Graph for the Given Data Sets
  • 14. Basic Statistics
  •  14.1 Finding Mean, Median and Mode of Given Data Sets
  •  14.2 Statistical Range
  •  14.3 Basic Counting Principle
  •  14.4 Factorial
  •  14.5 Permutations and Combinations
  • 15. Probability
  •  15.1 Probability as a Measure of Chance
  •  15.2 Representing Probability