ARITHMETIC PROBLEMS
At Mr. X, we practice arithmetic. Then we practice some more. Practice is essential to understanding algebra and all higher mathematics. Mr. X addresses the importance of practice with our sample arithmetic problems to reinforce the arithmetic lessons available to our subscribers. Check out our free samples below, as well as the arithmetic problem set.
Arithmetic Sample Problem 2
Arithmetic Sample Problems
Addition
Addition Tables 


Title/Subject  Description  
Practice with Addition Tables  We fill in an Addition Table Worksheet with blank spots. Do not use a calculator, you should master this worksheet on your own! 

Addition Facts Tables 

Title/Subject  Description  
Mastering the Basic Facts of Addition  Instant recall of basic addition facts is required. 

Single Digit 

Title/Subject  Description  
Single Digit Problem Set 1  Practice with Addition of One Digit Integers. 

Single Digit Problem Set 2  Practice with Addition of One Digit Integers.  
Single Digit Problem Set 3  Practice with Addition of One Digit Integers.  
Single Digit Problem Set 4  Practice with Addition of One Digit Integers.  
1 to 4 Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 to 4 Digits Addition Problem Set 1  Practice problems with 2 digit addition with 3 addends.  
1 to 4 Digits Addition Problem Set 2  Practice with 3 Digit Addition with 2 addends.  
1 to 4 Digits Addition Problem Set 3  Practice with Addition of two 3 Digit addends.  
1 to 4 Digits Addition Problem Set 4  Practice with 3 Digit Addition with 3 addends.  
Zero to Twenty 

Title/Subject  Description  
Zero to 20 Addition Problem Set 1  The practice of basic addition is imperative to lay the foundation for higher mathematics.  
Zero to 99 

Title/Subject  Description  
Zero to 99 Addition Problem Set 1  Practicing at this level is essential for making mathematics easier in your future.  
Zero to 99 Addition Problem Set 2  Practicing at this level is essential for making mathematics easier in your future.  
Zero to 99 Addition Problem Set 3  Practicing at this level is essential for making mathematics easier in your future.  
Adding Within a Sum 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Within a Sum  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  We go over how to create a worksheet for the Adding within a Sum Worksheet.  
Adding with Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding With Dots  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  We go over how to create a worksheet for the Adding with Dots Worksheet.  
Adding Dot Figures to Ten 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Dot Figures to Ten  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  A video on how to create worksheets for Adding Dot Figures to Ten.  
Adding Dot Figures to Twenty 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Dot Figures to Twenty  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  A video on how to create worksheets for Adding Dot Figures to Twenty.  
1 or 2 Digit  Two Addends 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends Problem Set 1  Single Digit Addition problems in horizontal Format.  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends Problem Set 2  Single Digit Addition problems in horizontal Format.  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends  Create Worksheet Tutorial  We show how to create additional worksheets for you to practice. In this example we also work with one or two digit addition problems with both positive and negative numbers. 

1 or 2 Digit  Three Addends 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Three Addends Sample Problem Set 1  A tutorial on how to create worksheets for 1 or 2 Digit Addition with Three Addends. We also work sample problems using both 1 or 2 digit terms. 

1 or 2 Digit  Four Addends 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Four Addends Sample Problem Set 1  Practice Adding 4 Single Digit Positive Addends  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Four Addends Sample Problem Set 2  Practice with Adding 4 Positive and Negative 2 Digit Addends. 

Adding Doubles 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Doubles Problem Set 1  Practice with doubling numbers. Doubling is equivalent to adding a real value to itself. 

Adding Doubles Problem Set 2  Practice Adding consecutive numbers, which is equivalent to doubling the first number and adding 1 to the sum.  
Adding Doubles Problem Set 3  Practice with adding a number to two more than itself. It is equivalent to doubling the average of the values, or in this case doubling the number in the middle. 

Adding Doubles Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Doubles in Horizontal Format  Create Worksheet Tutorial  A worksheet with adding a number to two more than itself. See how to create additional worksheets which encourage practice. 

Adding Doubles Problem Set 1  Practice with doubling numbers. Doubling is equivalent to adding a real value to itself. Note that the video works the problems in Vertical Format. 

Adding Doubles Problem Set 2  Practice Adding consecutive numbers, which is equivalent to doubling the first number and adding 1 to the sum. Note that the video works the problems in Vertical Format. 

Adding Doubles Problem Set 3  Practice with adding a number to two more than itself. It is equivalent to doubling the average of the values, or in this case doubling the number in the middle. Note that the video works the problems in Vertical Format. 

2, 3, or 4 Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
2, 3, 4 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 1  In this problem set Mr X tackles 2 addends of 2 digits each.  
2, 3, 4 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 2  In this problem set Mr X tackles 4 addends of 3 digits each.  
2, 3, 4 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 3  In this problem set Mr X tackles 4 addends of 4 digits each.  
5, 6, or 7 Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
5, 6, 7 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 1  In this problem set Mr X tackles 3 addends of 5 digits each.  
5, 6, 7 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 2  In this problem set Mr X tackles 3 addends of 5 digits each.  
5, 6, 7 Digits with 2, 3, or 4 Addends Sample Problem Set 3  In this problem set Mr X tackles 4 addends of 7 digits each.  
Up to 3 Digits No Regrouping 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition with No Regrouping Problem Set  Practice of addition where the individual place value sums is no greater than nine, so there is no carrying (regrouping) to the next column of digits.  
Adding Money 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition of British Pounds  We sum totals of British Pounds with pounds and pence; pence are hundredths of pounds.  
Addition of Euros  We sum three amounts, or addends, of Euros with three digits to the left of the decimal point.  
Addition of Yen  Two addends for Japanese Yen are summed. We "eliminate" the decimal point as Yen are not divided into hundredths as are many other currencies around the world. 

Adding Money No Regrouping 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition of British Pounds  We sum totals of British Pounds with pounds and pence; pence are hundredths of pounds.  
Addition of Euros  We sum three amounts, or addends, of Euros with three digits to the left of the decimal point.  
Addition of Yen  Two addends for Japanese Yen are summed. We "eliminate" the decimal point as Yen are not divided into hundredths as are many other currencies around the world. 

Adding US Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding United States Coins Problem Set 1  Pennies, dimes, and nickels are added in groups of four or less.  
Adding United States Coins Problem Set 2  Pennies, dimes, nickels, and quarters are summed in groups of up to seven coins for each denomination.  
1 or 5 Minute Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
One Minute Drill  Mr. X Completes a One Minute Drill worksheet while on the clock. Can he get all of them right in a minute? 

Five Minute Drill  Mr. X Completes a Five Minute Drill worksheet while on the clock. How much time to spare will he have? 

Advanced Addition Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Advanced Addition Drills Problem Set  A timed drill in addition. Sixty sums in sixty seconds. Piece of cake!  
Missing Addend 

Title/Subject  Description  
Find the Missing Addend  Our Missing Addends are replaced with an "x." We love the x at Mr. X. You need to be able to do this level of arithmetic yourself with just a pencil in hour hand and your own skill. No counting on fingers. No calculators. 

Missing Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Missing Digit Addition Problem Set 1  In this worksheet, Mr. X finds the missing digits for problems with two addends of two digits each.  
Missing Digit Addition Problem Set 2  In this worksheet, Mr. X finds the missing digits for problems with two addends of three digits each.  
Missing Digit Addition Problem Set 3  In this worksheet, Mr. X finds the missing digits for problems with two addends of four digits each.  
Adding Irregular Units 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Irregular Units: Feet and Inches  We practice the addition of feetandinches to feetandinches. You must know that 12 inches is the same length (or distance) as one foot. 

Adding Irregular Units: Hours and Minutes  When we sum these times expressed in HoursandMinutes, we convert those sums of minutes that are 60 or greater.  
Adding Irregular Units: Minutes and Seconds  When we sum these times expressed in MinutesandSeconds, we convert those sums of seconds that are 60 or greater.  
Adding Irregular Units: Pounds and Ounces  As we add Pounds and Ounces we observe that 16 Ounces equal One Pound. We convert units appropriately. 

Adding Feet & Inches 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 1  We add inches to the nearest 32nd of an inch as we sum the English units of feet and inches.  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 2  Lengths of feet and inches are summed with precision to the nearest 64th of an inch.  
Adding Tape Measurements as Fractions  Having denominators that are various powers of two gives us values we might find on a ruler or tape measure (English).  
Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding with Decimals  Mr. X Adds 3 Addends of decimals with 3 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal points. So numbers between 100 and 1000 to the nearest hundreths. 

Decimal Number Addition  This video is honestly neither a Problem Set nor a Lesson. It is a Plea. It is a Request. Please. Practice your Addition. We need to Drill and Thrill, not Drill and Kill. 
Decimals
Addition 


Title/Subject  Description  
Adding with Decimals  Mr. X Adds 3 Addends of decimals with 3 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal points. So numbers between 100 and 1000 to the nearest hundreths. 

Decimal Number Addition  This video is honestly neither a Problem Set nor a Lesson. It is a Plea. It is a Request. Please. Practice your Addition. We need to Drill and Thrill, not Drill and Kill. 

Subtraction 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with Decimals Problem Set 1  Mr. X subtracts two decimal values between 100 and 1000 to the nearest hundredths. In other words, numbers with 3 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal point. 

Subtracting Decimal Numbers Problem Set 2  We subtract decimal numbers, with 2 digits both to the right and to the left of the decimal point. In other words numbers less than a hundred to the nearest hundredths. 

Subtracting Decimal Numbers Problem Set 3  We subtract decimal numbers, with 5 digits both to the left of the decimal point and three digits to the right of the decimal point. In other words numbers less than a one hundred thousand to the nearest thousandth. 

Multiplication 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication with Decimals Problem Set 1  Mr X. multiplies two decimal values between 10 and 100 to the nearest hundreths. Or in other words two positive values with two digits to the left of the decimal point and two digits to the right of the decimal point. 

Multiplying Decimal Numbers Practice Problems 1  We practice multiplication of decimal numbers with 1 digit to the right of the decimal point (tenths).  
Multiplying Decimal Numbers Practice Problems 2  We practice multiplication of decimal numbers with 2 digits to the right of the decimal point (hundredths).  
Add & Subtract 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition and Subtraction with Decimals Problem Set 1  This problem sets uses decimals with 2 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal point. Both addition and substraction problems are shown. 

Decimal Long Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
Long Division with Decimals Problem Set 1  Practice with Long Division. In this video we have twodigit divisors.  
Rounding 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Decimals to Tenths  Rounding decimal values is a very straightforward proposition. You can use your knowledge of numbers, or follow a simple rule. Either way, it's easy. 

Rounding Decimals to Thousandths  Rounding decimal values is an important thing to learn. So practice. You can use your knowledge of numbers, or follow a simple rule. Either way, it's easy. 

Multiplying by Powers of Ten 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying by Powers of Ten, Problem Set  Multiplication by Powers of Ten means moving the decimal point. You practice it so that it becomes "automatic." 
Division
Divisibility Test Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
Divisibility Tests for 2Digit Integers  We examine 2digit numbers for divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9.  
Divisibility Tests for 3Digit Integers  We examine 3digit numbers for divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9.  
Divisibility Tests for 4Digit Integers  We examine 4digit numbers for divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9.  
Single or Multi Digit 

Title/Subject  Description  
Single Digit Division  Division with a onedigit divisor is very basic and straightforward.  
Single Digit Division 2  Division with a onedigit divisor is very basic and straightforward.  
Single Digit Division 3  Division with a onedigit divisor is very basic and straightforward.  
Single Digit Division 4  Division with a onedigit divisor is very basic and straightforward.  
Single Digit Division 5  Division with a onedigit divisor is very basic and straightforward.  
Long Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
Long Division Problem Set 1  Mr X uses long division to divide a 3 digit dividend by a 1 digit divisor. These problems do not have remainders. 

Long Division Problem Set 2  Mr. X works problems in long division with 2 digits in the divisor that result in quotients of 3 digits. No remainders on these problems. 

Long Division Problem Set 3  Mr X uses long division to divide dividends by a 1 digit divisor. The results will have 3 digit quotients with a remainder. The rules of divisibility can help us identify whether the answer should have a remainder or not. 

Long Division Problem Set 4  Mr X uses long division to divide a dividends by a 1 digit divisor producing a quotient of 3 digits. These problems will have remainders expressed as fractions. The rules of divisibility can help us identify whether the answer should have a remainder or not. 

Long Division Problem Set 5  Problems with twodigit divisors and twodigit quotients provide division practice as some have remainders, and some have no remainder.  
Long Division Problem Set 6  With all problems having a remainder, we practice long division with two digits in our divisors.  
Practicing Long Division  When we practice long division, we actually use our mastery of multiplication facts.  
Short Division  1 Divisor 

Title/Subject  Description  
Short Division 1  We practice short division (short long division, admittedly an oxymoron) with no remainders.  
Short Division 2  We compute quotients with remainders by performing division on dividends of either 2 or 3 digits.  
Short Division 3  With dividends of either 3 or 4 digits, we express our remainders as fractions written with the remainder divided by the divisor.  
Short Division 4  Not all of our division problems have remainders. For those that do, we express those remainders as fractions. 

Decimal Long 

Title/Subject  Description  
Long Division with Decimals Problem Set 1  Practice with Long Division. In this video we have twodigit divisors.  
1 or 5 Minute Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
A FiveMinute Drill in Division  A fiveminute division drill where Mr. X does the first two minutes' worth of calculations. YOU need to learn these facts. THESE FACTS WILL NEVER CHANGE. 

A OneMinute Drill in Division  Sixty seconds' worth of division problems for you to do. We count down with help from the folks at onlinestopwatch.com. 

Division Times Tables 

Title/Subject  Description  
Timed Division Drill for 8's  We practice division by 8. By doing so, we reinforce our facts of multiplication with 8's. 

Missing Number 

Title/Subject  Description  
Solve for Y, the Missing Number  Our format for division here is the slash. Using values 10 through 20, we solve the equations for the missing value, labeled Y. 

Solve for n, the Missing Number  Using a worksheet set to employ numbers 25 or less, we solve for the missing number, labeled "n."  
Solve for Z, the Missing Number  Using values up to 30 from the worksheet choices in MathAids.com, we solve for the variable Z, the missing number.  
Solve for X, the Missing Number  With values of 50 to 90, we solve division problems with the traditional division symbol, ÷ , and solve for X.  
Negative Number 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problems in Negative Division  We actually review our facts of multiplication with the inclusion of a negative value for either the dividend or the divisor.  
Problems in Negative Division 2  We review our facts of multiplication by reinforcing the tenet that a negative value divided by a negative value results in a positive quotient.  
Horizontal and Long Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
Horizontal and Long Division 1  Simple division that reinforces our facts of multiplication. It is shown in two formats. 

Horizontal and Long Division 2  Division is shown in two formats: horizontal and the traditional long form of division. 
Estimation
Sums and/or Differences 2 Digits with Rounding Guide 


Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding 1  We estimate sums and differences by rounding 2Digit values to the nearest ten.  
Sums and/or Differences 3 Digits with Rounding Guide 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding  We round values then make estimates of sums and differences.  
Sums and/or Differences 4 Digits with Rounding Guide 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding  We estimate results of addition and subtraction by rounding.  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding 1  We round values then estimate for both sums and differences.  
Products  2 Digits with Rounding Guide 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Products by Rounding  Round the factors then multiply for an estimated product.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding 1  Round factors. Then multiply for an estimated product. 

Products  2 & 3 Digits with Rounding Guide 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Products by Rounding  Rounding our factors allows an easy estimate of a product.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding 2  Round the values then multiply the factors for an estimated product.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding 3  Round. Multiply. Estimate the product. 

Products  3 Digits with Rounding Guide 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Products by Rounding  We round the numbers to be multiplied in order to estimate the product.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding 1  Round the factors to estimate a product.  
Sums and/or Differences 2 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation Sum and or Differences 2 Digits Horizontal Format Problem Set 1  We round two 2Digit Integers each to the nearest ten, then add them.  
Sums and/or Differences 3 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Sums and/or Difference for 3 Digits Problems 1  We can round given values to find a quick estimate. For this video, we estimate both sums and differences. 

Sums and/or Differences 4 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding  We round fourdigit numbers then estimate sums and differences.  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding 1  Rounding values assists in making an estimate of sums and differences.  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding 2  Estimation of sums and differences by rounding 4digit numbers.  
Products  2 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Products by Rounding  We round, then estimate products, the result of multiplication.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding 1  We round our factors to be multiplied then estimate products.  
Products  2 & 3 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Products 2 or 3 Digits Horizontal Format Problem Set 1  We round each Factor to the nearest ten in this video, then multiply. The resulting Product is a form of Estimation. 

Products  3 Digits Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimate Products by Rounding  We round 3digit numbers then estimate a product by multiplying those rounded values.  
Estimation of Products by Rounding  We round threedigit numbers then multiply to estimate the product.  
Sums and/or Differences 2 Digits Word Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding  From word problems we make estimates of both sums and differences by rounding the values.  
Estimation of Sums by Rounding  Round the values from the word problems then make an estimate of the sum.  
Sums and/or Differences 3 Digits Word Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimate Differences by Rounding  Round the given values then estimate the difference using those rounded values.  
Estimation of Differences by Rounding  Round the values given in the word problem, then estimate the difference with subtraction.  
Sums and/or Differences 4 Digits Word Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Estimating Sums, 4Digits, Word Problems  We round then estimate a sum from word problem.  
Estimation of Sums and Differences by Rounding  Round the numbers from the word problem then estimate a sum or difference. 
Exponents & Radicals
Simple Exponent 


Title/Subject  Description  
Simple Exponents Problem Set 1  We will use only positive whole numbers for our bases, and raise those bases to the powers of 2, 3, and 4.  
Simple Exponents Problem Set 2  We will use only positive whole numbers for our bases, and raise those bases to the powers of 0, 1, 2, and 3.  
Simple Exponents Problem Set 3  Mathematics makes more sense and we suddenly start performing better on tests and examinations as we learn equivalent values. Here we use positive bases raised to nonzero values. 

Simple Exponents Problem Set 4  Both positive and negative whole numbers are used for bases. We will use only the positve exponents of 2, 3, and 4. 

Simple Exponents Problem Set 5  Using Positive and Negative Integers for both Bases and Exponents, we practice steatching our wings, so to speak. We practice the language of negative exponents with an eye on reciprocals. 

Integers with Exponent 

Title/Subject  Description  
Integers with Exponent Problem Set 1  Only whole numbers are used for the bases being raised to powers. Only positive exponents are used. Some facts must be remembered. 

Integers with Exponent Problem Set 2  Positive and negative bases with positive exponents only. We include the powers of zero and one. Some results are negative. 

Integers with Exponent Problem Set 3  We evaluate integers raised to both positive and negative powers. We include the exponent of Negative One. 

Integers with Exponent Problem Set 4  We make a very brief introduction to the nature of reciprocals as we examine powers with negative exponents. Our bases are all positive values. 

Integers with Exponent Problem Set 5  Practice with positive and negative exponents. Practice with fractional exponents, which are equivalent to radicals, or roots. 

Fractions with Exponent 

Title/Subject  Description  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 1  When we raise fractions to integer powers, we simply multiply. We can mutliply fractions or raise numerator and denominator to the specified power individually. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 10  We raise Positive and Negative Fractional Bases to Exponents that are also Positive and Negative Fractions. Consequently, we involve roots and radicals. We also use reciprocals. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 2  Raising fractions to integer powers, we spend extra time with the answer page to examine equivalent fractions.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 3  Our bases are Positive Fractions. We raise those fractions to powers that are Positive Integers 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 4  We raise Positive Fractions to Integer Powers that are both Positive and Negative. A discussion of reciprocals ensues. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 5  We raise Positive Fractions to Integer Powers that are both Positive and Negative and emphasize the importance of reciprocals.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 6  We employ fractional Bases that are both Positive and Negative; we keep our Exponents as NonNegative Integers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 7  Now we take both Positive and Negative Fractions to both Positive and Negative Integer Powers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 8  We raise both Positive and Negative Fractions to both Positive and Negative Integer Powers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 9  To raise Fractional Bases to Fractional Exponents we have to talk about roots and radicals. Here we keep things Positive. 

Exponents with Multiplication 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problem Set 1  Our rules of exponents combine with arithmetic to give us ways to simplify fractions with factors raised to powers with ease.  
Problem Set 2  Our rules of exponents combine with arithmetic to give us quick ways to simplify fractions with factors raised to powers.  
Exponents with Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problem Set 1  Both multiplication and division are operations within the division worksheet from MathAids.com.  
Problem Set 2  Whether multiplication or division, we employ the rules of exponents to simplify fractions with factors raised to powers.  
Exponents with Multiplication and Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
Crossing the Fraction Bar  To simplify a fraction with factors in the numerator and in the denominator, move a factor across the fraction bar and change the sign of the exponent.  
Fraction Bar Crossing  Multiplication and Division; Positive and Negative Exponents. Practice until these manipulations are easy and secondnature to you. 

Learn to Cross the Fraction Bar  Do not fret about whether we move factors with multiplication or division. Just move them, and get ready for the language of algebra. 

Powers of Products 

Title/Subject  Description  
Powers of Products 1  Monomials, as Products, raised to Powers.  
Powers of Products Practice Problems  Six problems with positive exponents help us understand some of the ways to simplify terms raised to powers.  
Powers of Quotients 

Title/Subject  Description  
Fractions to Powers  Quotients, in the form of fractions, are raised to powers.  
Quotients to Powers  Quotients to Powers, employing the Rules of Exponents.  
Powers of Products and Quotients 

Title/Subject  Description  
Exponents for Products and Quotients  Products and Quotients; Quotients and Products. They use the same rules of Exponents. 

Exponents for Products and Quotients 2  Products and Quotients; Quotients and Products. We practice working with the Rules of Exponents. 

Evaluating Exponential Functions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Evaluating Exponential Functions Sample Problem Set 1  Plugandchug with the evaluation of Exponential Functions.  
Operations with Exponents 

Title/Subject  Description  
Operations with Exponents Problem Set 1  More practice with Exponents.  
Operations with Exponents Problem Set 2  To learn the language of math requires practice, like we do with these simplifcations of Factors and Exponents.  
Simplifying Radicals 

Title/Subject  Description  
Simplifying Radicals Sample Problem 1  To factor under the radical we have to know our facts of multiplication. We have to. 

Simplifying Radicals Sample Problem 2  We implore you NOT to use a calculator. This way, you can learn the language of numbers. To know radicals is not a radical idea, thank you. 

Simplifying Radical Expressions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Simplifying Radical Expressions Sample Problem 1  Square roots and cube roots only for this problem set. These problems are an acquired taste; they're not for everyone, not really. 

Simplifying Radical Expressions Sample Problem 2  Each of our problems in this set are either fourth roots or fifth roots. The "name of the game" is to pull out the factors that lurk within our radicands. 

Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions Problem Set 1  As we manipulate the terms with radicals, we see the terms behave as if the radicals were letters, or variables, like "x."  
Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions Problem Set 2  We simplify radical expressions by combining like terms. Radicals behave the same way that variables (or letters) behave. 

Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions Problem Set 3  We simplify radical expressions and combine like terms. It is an acquired taste, and rather a game. 

Multiplying Radical Expressions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Radical Expressions Problem Set 1  Easy Problems: In the multiplication of radicals we simplify where we can. Two negative factors, of course, result in a positive product. Learn to factor under the radical. 

Multiplying Radical Expressions Problem Set 2  MediumLevel Problems: As we multiply a radical times a binomial with radicals, we distribute across the binomial.  
Dividing Radical Expressions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Dividing Radical Expressions Problem Set 1  In this type of problems our goal is to rationalize the denominator.  
Dividing Radical Expressions Sample Problem Set 2  All levels of difficulty. This is a great way to practice the division of expressions. It helps to understand the factorization of the difference of two squares. 

Solving Radical Equations 

Title/Subject  Description  
Solving Radical Equations Sample Problem 1  We solve radical expressions for the value of the variable that makes each statement true.  
Scientific Notation 

Title/Subject  Description  
Writing Numbers in Scientific Notation Problem Set  It is important to express values in Scientific Notation. We should also write numbers in Standard Form that are given to us in Scientific Notation. 

Operations with Scientific Notation 

Title/Subject  Description  
Operations with Scientific Notation Problem Set 1  Here we multiply values expressed in Scientific Notation. We have only Positive Powers in this video. 

Operations with Scientific Notation Problem Set 2  Here we multiply and divide values expressed in Scientific Notation. We have only Positive Powers in this video. 
Fact Family
Factors
Prime Factorization Trees 


Title/Subject  Description  
Prime Factor Trees Problem Set  More Factor Tees are detailed as we unravel the Prime Factorization of Integers.  
List All Factors 

Title/Subject  Description  
List All Factors, Problem Set 1  A very straightforward exercise: list all factors (or the integers that divide into the given number evenly with no remainder).  
List All Factors, Problem Set 2  We list factors of given positive integers with either 2 or 3 digits.  
List Prime Factors 

Title/Subject  Description  
List Prime Factors, Problem Set 1  Prime Factors of given Integers are listed only once.  
List Prime Factors, Problem Set 2  For this worksheet we list Prime Factors only once for each given Integer.  
List Prime Factorization 

Title/Subject  Description  
Prime Factorization Problem Set 1  Practice with the prime factorization of integers. Integers can be "broken down" into prime factors, where each factor is itself a prime number. 

Prime Factorization Problem Set 2  When you get good at this, so much that follows comes very, very easily. This is good practice. 

Prime Factorization Problem Set 3  More good practice with the language of numbers. These are good exercises. We also recommend that you spend time at www.thatquiz.org 

Problems in Prime Factorization 1  We practice the noteworthy skill of Prime Factorization of Positive Integers.  
Problems in Prime Factorization 2  Learn how to break down Integers into Prime Factors. These skills facilitate and enhance a wide variety of other math skills. 
Flash Cards
Addition Flash Cards 


Title/Subject  Description  
Practice with Addition Tables  We fill in an Addition Table Worksheet with blank spots. Do not use a calculator, you should master this worksheet on your own! 

Telling Time Flash Cards 

Title/Subject  Description  
Tell the Time on the Clock Sample Problem Set 1  This video uses a worksheet with 9 clocks. Can you tell the time on the clock? 

Shapes Flash Cards 

Title/Subject  Description  
Color the Shapes  A dandy worksheet for fiveyearold students, unless they've already been mentored beyond this level of "work." Threeyearold and fouryearold students may be well served with this worksheet.  
Match Shapes to Names  An overview of worksheets for matching shapes, including octagons, pentagons, right triangles, and hexagons.  
Numbers Flash Cards 

Title/Subject  Description  
Representation of Integers Problem Set 1  Pick out the Integer. It could be positive, or it could be negative. Literally, the identified value could be either positive or negative. We'll get to that later. 
Fractions
Visual Fraction 


Title/Subject  Description  
Visual Fractions Problem Set 1  We learn to recognize basic fractions.  
Visual Fractions Problem Set 2  We learn to recognize basic fractions.  
Adding Simple Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Simple Fractions Problem Set 1  We add fractions with the same denominator. Our numerators range from 1 to 10. Our denominators range from 1 to 12. 

Adding Simple Fractions Problem Set 2  We add fractions with the same denominator. Our numerators range from 1 to 10. Our denominators range from 1 to 12. 

Adding Two Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Two Fractions Problem Set 1  When adding two fractions with different denominators, it is generally helpful to find a common denominator for the fractions. These problems have numerators from 1 through 9 and denominators less than 10. 

Adding Two Fractions Problem Set 2  When adding two fractions with different denominators, it is generally helpful to find a common denominator for the fractions. These problems have numerators from 1 through 9 and denominators less than 10. 

Adding Two Fractions Problem Set 3  When adding two fractions with different denominators, it is generally helpful to find a common denominator for the fractions. These problems have numerators from 1 through 20 and denominators up to 120. 

Adding Two Fractions Problem Set 4  When adding two fractions with different denominators, it is generally helpful to find a common denominator for the fractions. These problems have numerators from 1 through 20 and denominators up to 120. 

Adding Two Fractions, Problem Set 1  We let our pencil do the talking for the work involved in adding two fractions.  
Adding Two Fractions, Problem Set 2  Again we let our pencil do the talking for the work involved in adding two fractions; the key is getting the common (same) denominator.  
Adding Three Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Three Fractions Problem Set 1  We add three fractions with the same denominator. The numerators range from 1 to 9. The denominators range from 1 to 12. 

Adding Three Fractions, Problem Set 1  We add three fractions by using a common denominator.  
Adding Three Fractions, Problem Set 2  To find the common denominator, you must know basic facts of multiplication.  
Adding Three Fractions, Problem Set 3  The Common Denominator is shown for the first ten problems (of 15 on the sheet). You find the sums. 

Adding Three Fractions, Problem Set 4  The sums of fractions are straightforward when we find the Common Denominator.  
Adding Mixed Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Mixed Numbers, Problems Set 1  We add Mixed Numbers with the same denominators.  
Adding Mixed Numbers, Problems Set 2  We add Mixed Numbers with different, but related, denominators.  
Adding Mixed Numbers, Problems Set 3  More practice with adding Mixed Numbers.  
Adding Mixed Numbers, Problems Set 4  Practice with Mixed Numbers with slightly larger and varied denominator values.  
Subtracting Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Fractions Problem Set 1  We subtract fractions with denominators up to 60. The numerators range from 1 to 16. The differences in these problems are positive because the initial term is the greater of the two fractions. 

Subtracting Fractions Problem Set 2  We subtract fractions with denominators up to 120. The numerators range from 1 to 20. The differences in these problems are positive because the initial term is the greater of the two fractions. 

Subtracting Fractions, Problem Set 1  We can always multiply a fraction topandbottom by the same value; it is "legal."  
Subtracting Fractions, Problem Set 2  We practice subtraction of fractions by finding a common denominator.  
Subtracting Fractions, Problem Set 3  With the help of putting the fractions over the same denominator, we perform easy subtraction.  
Subtracting Fractions, Problem Set 4  You must know basic facts of multiplication to successfully subtract basic fractions.  
Subtracting Fractions and Whole Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtract Fractions from Whole Numbers, Problems  For these types of calculations it is better to envision the answer before actually calculating it.  
Subtracting Mixed Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Mixed Numbers Problem Set 1  We subtract mixed numbers that have the same denominator. In years past, we subtracted the subtrahend from the minuend. Today, we simply find the difference. 

Subtracting Mixed Numbers Problem Set 2  We subtract mixed numbers that have denominators up to 10 and numerators ranging from 1 to 9. Our differences are positive because the first term is the greater of the two mixed numbers. 

Subtracting Mixed Numbers Problem Set 3  We subtract mixed numbers that have denominators up to 60 and numerators ranging from 1 to 16. Our differences are positive because the first term is the greater of the two mixed numbers. 

Subtracting Mixed Numbers Problem Set 4  We subtract mixed numbers that have denominators up to 120 and numerators ranging from 1 to 20. Our differences are positive because the first term is the greater of the two mixed numbers. 

Subtracting Mixed Numbers, Problems  Sometimes we borrow, sometimes we reduce, sometimes we do better with decimals. There are many ways to subtract Mixed Numbers. 

Multiplying Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Fractions 1  We multiply fractions straight across and can divide like factors topandbottom.  
Multiplying Fractions Problem Set 1  We multiply fractions with denominators ranging from 2 to 20 and numerators from 1 to 19. When we multiply fractions, we keep the factors on top on top, and the factors on the bottom on the bottom. In other words we multiply straight across the numerators, and we multiple straight across the denominators. Like factors cancel top and bottom. 

Multiplying Fractions Problem Set 2  We multiply fractions with denominators ranging from 2 to 20 and numerators from 1 to 19. When we multiply fractions, we keep the factors on top on top, and the factors on the bottom on the bottom. In other words we multiply straight across the numerators, and we multiple straight across the denominators. Like factors cancel top and bottom. 

Multiplying Fractions with Cross Cancelling 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying with CrossCancelling Problems  Crosscanceling is a technique that helps us to write fractions more simply as we multiply.  
Multiplying Mixed Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Examples Multiplying Mixed Numbers  Multiplication of mixed numbers can be done a variety of ways. We like heavy (improper) fractions. For these examples we only use denominators 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10. 

More Examples Multiplying Mixed Numbers  Multiplication of mixed numbers can be done a variety of ways. We like heavy (improper) fractions. In these problems are denominators range from 210. 

Multiply Mixed Numbers, Problems 1  We multiply Mixed Numbers with a variety of techniques.  
Multiply Mixed Numbers, Problems 2  The multiplication of Mixed Numbers can employ a variety of arithmetic methods.  
Multiply Mixed Numbers, Problems 3  Heavy fractions make the heavy lifting easier. Multiply your practice and reduce your difficulties. 

Multiplying Fractions with Whole Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Examples Multiplying Fractions with Whole Numbers  Multiplication of fractions and whole numbers (or integers). Our numerators range from 2 through 10. Our denominators go from 2 to 20. 

Multiplying with Whole Numbers Problem Set 1  Remember that the multiplication operator, when one factor is a fraction, means "of." These problems have fractions with Numerators 1 thru 9 and Denominators 2 thru 10. We multiply these fractions with Whole Numbers 2 thru 20. 

Multiplying with Whole Numbers Problem Set 2  Good practice in basic skills we all should possess. These problems have fractions with Numerators 1 thru 19, Denominators 2 thru 20 that are multiplied with Whole Numbers 2 thru 30. 

Multiplying with Whole Numbers Problem Set 3  More practice with basic multiplication that affords mastery of the language of numbers. These problems have fractions with Numerators 1 thru 19, Denominators 2 thru 20 that are multiplied with Whole Numbers 2 thru 30. 

Dividing Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Dividing Fractions Practice Problems  We use reciprocals to solve this division problems. We use simple problems using numerators from 2 to 9 and our denominators are either 2, 3, 4 or 5. 

Invert and Multiply  1  A simple algorithm: change division to multiplication, and invert the second fraction.  
Invert and Multiply  2  To divide fractions we invert and multiply. It's easy. 

Dividing Mixed Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Dividing Mixed Numbers Practice Problems  We divide mixed numbers that have numerators between 2 and 9 and denominators from 2 to 10. We may easily divide these mixed numbers by using heavy (improper) fractions, multiplication, and reciprocals. 

Dividing Mixed Numbers, Problems 1  Invert and multiply heavy fractions and the division of Mixed Numbers becomes quite easy.  
Dividing Mixed Numbers, Problems 2  Change the operation from division to multiplication. Don't flip your mind; flip the second fraction. 

Dividing Fractions with Whole Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Invert and Multiply  3  Division is facilitated with the invertandmultiply approach. Employ and embrace reciprocals. 

Invert and Multiply  4  Dividing by a value is equivalent to multiplying by the reciprocal of that value.  
Prime Factorization Trees 

Title/Subject  Description  
Prime Factor Trees Problem Set  More Factor Tees are detailed as we unravel the Prime Factorization of Integers.  
Equivalent Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Equivalent Fractions, Problems 1  Equivalent Fractions are a snap if you know your facts of multiplication.  
Equivalent Fractions, Problems 2  Fractions are ratios that are easily understood if you know the times table.  
Equivalent Fractions, Problems 3  With denominators that are powers of two, these equivalent fractions might be found on an English ruler.  
Practice with Equivalent Fractions  We are given 10 fractions with denominators ranging from 210. We express each fraction in 6 additional equivalent fractions. 

Converting Between Fractions & Decimals 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problems in Converting Fractions, Decimals  You should know most, if not all, of these basic conversions.  
Comparing 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problems in Comparing Fractions  You practice this thickly. A cactus is prickly. 

Comparing Fractions & Decimals 

Title/Subject  Description  
Practice Comparing Fractions and Decimals  As we compare fractions and decimals we recognize equivalences or differences.  
Improper & Mixed Number 

Title/Subject  Description  
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers  Learn your Master PDF Chart. There is nothing improper about an improper fraction. It's not a particularly heavy concept. 

More Practice Converting Fractions  You just write them. Doing these problems should literally be "no problem." You practice and you "see" them. 

Practice with Conversions, Improper or Heavy  You get where you write these conversions almost as son as you see them, which should be very quickly.  
Solving Fractions with Exponents 

Title/Subject  Description  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 1  When we raise fractions to integer powers, we simply multiply. We can mutliply fractions or raise numerator and denominator to the specified power individually. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 10  We raise Positive and Negative Fractional Bases to Exponents that are also Positive and Negative Fractions. Consequently, we involve roots and radicals. We also use reciprocals. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 2  Raising fractions to integer powers, we spend extra time with the answer page to examine equivalent fractions.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 3  Our bases are Positive Fractions. We raise those fractions to powers that are Positive Integers 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 4  We raise Positive Fractions to Integer Powers that are both Positive and Negative. A discussion of reciprocals ensues. 

Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 5  We raise Positive Fractions to Integer Powers that are both Positive and Negative and emphasize the importance of reciprocals.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 6  We employ fractional Bases that are both Positive and Negative; we keep our Exponents as NonNegative Integers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 7  Now we take both Positive and Negative Fractions to both Positive and Negative Integer Powers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 8  We raise both Positive and Negative Fractions to both Positive and Negative Integer Powers.  
Fractions with Exponents Problem Set 9  To raise Fractional Bases to Fractional Exponents we have to talk about roots and radicals. Here we keep things Positive. 

Adding Tape Measure 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 1  We add inches to the nearest 32nd of an inch as we sum the English units of feet and inches.  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 2  Lengths of feet and inches are summed with precision to the nearest 64th of an inch.  
Adding Tape Measurements as Fractions  Having denominators that are various powers of two gives us values we might find on a ruler or tape measure (English).  
Adding Fractional Inches 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 1  We add inches to the nearest 32nd of an inch as we sum the English units of feet and inches.  
Adding English Lengths Problem Set 2  Lengths of feet and inches are summed with precision to the nearest 64th of an inch.  
Adding Tape Measurements as Fractions  Having denominators that are various powers of two gives us values we might find on a ruler or tape measure (English). 
Function Table
Computing the Output of Functions 


Title/Subject  Description  
Function Tables Practice Problems 1  In this problems we calculate linear functions in the form of y = x + b. We use both positive and negative numbers for b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of y. b represents the yintercept of the line. 

Function Tables Practice Problems 2  In this problems we calculate linear functions in the form of y = a * x. We use both positive and negative numbers for a. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of y. a represents the slope of the line. 

Function Tables Practice Problems 3  In this problems we calculate linear functions in the form of y = a * x + b. We use both positive and negative numbers for a and b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of y. a represents the slope of the line. b represents the yintercept of the line. 

Function Tables Practice Problems 4  In this problems we calculate linear functions with fractional slopes in the form of y = 1/a * x + b. We use both positive and negative numbers for a and b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of y. 1/a represents the fractional slope of the line. b represents the yintercept of the line. 

Function Tables Practice Problems 5  In this problems we calculate linear functions with fractional slopes in the form of y = 1/a * x + b. We use both positive and negative numbers for a and b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of y. 1/a represents the fractional slope of the line. b represents the yintercept of the line. 

Function Tables Practice Problems 6  In this problems we calculate the results of a fuction such as f(x) = x + b, f(x) = a * x, f(x) = a * x + b, or f(x) = 1/a * x + b. Note that we use both positive and negative numbers for a and b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of f(x). 

Function Tables Practice Problems 7  In this problems we calculate the results of a fuction such as f(x) = x + b, f(x) = a * x, f(x) = a * x + b, or f(x) = 1/a * x + b. Note that we use both positive and negative numbers for a and b. Given a value of x, we calculate the value of f(x). 

Introduction to Functions  Mr. X introduces the concept of a function, starting with simple linear functions and also more advanced functions. The in and out boxes are simply taking the value of the independent variable x, putting it in the function, and out will come the dependent variable y. 

What is a function?  Definitions of a function are readily available on the world wide web, however just reading the definition can still leave a new student confused. In this video we use a linear function in the form of y = a * x + b as a visual example to evaluating functions. 

Functions and Variables (Dependent and Independent Variables)  Third in the series of introducing the concept of functions. We use the concept of the in and out box and reinforce the concept of the dependent variable and the independent variable. If y = f(x), x is the independent variable and y is the dependent variable. We also cover the concept of the domain of a function. 

In and Out Boxes for Addition and Subtraction 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition and Substraction Function Tables Practice Problem 1  In this problem set we work a basic set of addition in and out boxes with numbers ranging from 0 to 30  
Addition and Substraction Function Tables Practice Problem 2  In this problem set we work a basic set of addition and subtraction in and out boxes with numbers ranging from 0 to 30  
Addition and Substraction Function Tables Practice Problem 3  In this problem set we work an intermediate set of addition and subtraction in and out boxes with numbers ranging from 30 to 60  
Addition and Substraction Function Tables Practice Problem 4  In this problem set we work an advanced set of addition and subtraction in and out boxes with numbers ranging from 60 to 90  
InandOut Functions, Addition and Subtraction  
InandOut Functions, Addition and Subtraction into Algebra  We complete easy and basic function tables as an introduction to simple algebraic functions.  
InandOut Functions, Addition and Subtraction, Arithmetic into Algebra  Later on we'll have x's and y's and real functions in two variables. Right now we just do the simple arithmetic. 

In and Out Boxes for Addition and Subtraction with Word Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition and Substraction Function Tables with Word Problems Practice Problem 1  In this problem set we work a basic set of addition in and out tables. We include word problems in these exercises. The basic problems use digits from 0 to 30. 

Addition and Substraction Function Tables with Word Problems Practice Problem 2  In this problem set we work an advanced set of addition and subtraction in and out tables. We include word problems in these exercises. The advanced problems use digits from 60 to 90. 

InandOut Functions, Addition and Subtraction, Word Problems  InandOut Boxes describe very basic functions. This arithmetic leads us to algebra. 

In and Out Boxes for Addition and Subtraction Using Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
In and Out Boxes for Addition and Subtraction Using Decimals Problem Set 1  InandOut boxes introduce us to Functions, a basic structure within Algebra. If you can do the Arithmetic, you can do the Algebra. 

In and Out Boxes for Multiplication and Division 

Title/Subject  Description  
InandOut Functions, Division (or Multiplication)  Whether we divide or multiply, we have a direct relation here between inputs and outputs.  
Multiplication and Division Function Tables Practice Problem 1  In this problem set we work a basic set of multiplication in and out tables. The basic problems use digits from 0 to 45. These functions represent lines that when plotted go through the origin (0, 0), i.e. the yIntercept is 0. 

Multiplication and Division Function Tables Practice Problem 2  In this problem set we work an advanced set of multiplication and division in and out tables. The advanced problems use digits from 45 to 90. These functions represent lines that when plotted go through the origin (0, 0), i.e. the yIntercept is 0. 
General Topics
General Topics 


Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers  From MathAids.com we have a basic worksheet with some problems with rational values, including fractions, decimals, and integers, with both positive and negative values. This part of the language requires lots of practice so that its manipulation can be almost absentminded, or secondnature to the student. 

Addition and Subtraction of Natural Numbers  At some point we all have to master these skills of addition and subtraction.  
Addition and Subtraction Practice Problem Set 12  Practice, practice, and practice some more with the operations of addition and subtraction. You have to PRACTICE! We recommend that you go to www.thatquiz.org and practice, practice, practice. 

Addition and Subtraction Practice Problems 11  You must practice over and over and over again to learn arithmetic. We wholeheartedly recommend www.thatquiz.org. So PRACTICE! 

Arithmetic Problem Set 011  Addition of positive integers, one digit. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 012  Addition of onedigit integers. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 013  Addition of onedigit integers. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 014  Simple addition of onedigit integers. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 015  Simple addition of onedigit integers. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 016  Singledigit addition, horizontally. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 017  Horizontal addition of onedigit integers. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 018  Addition of doubles, that is, adding a simple integer to itself. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 019  We add to a number a number two more than itself. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 020  Four addends, or terms, added horizontally. Simple addition from MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 021  Pairs of twodigit addends, or terms, added vertically. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 022  Addition of twodigit integers, vertically. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 023  Two addends, each with three digits, added vertically. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 024  Addition of two threedigit integers, vertically. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 025  Three twodigit addends, or terms, added vertically. From MathAids.com. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 026  Addition with sets of fivedigit integers.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 027  Basic subtraction problems like these should be automatically observed as quickly as possible.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 028  To practice basic facts of subtraction means to practice facts of addition, as well.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 029  Borrowing is a technique to facilitate basic subtraction, using twodigit integers.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 030  We caution teachers who mandate "showing work" in subtraction when the work is often better accomplished mentally.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 031  Subtraction represented with pictorial representations. Mr. X is "not a fan" except for small children or some ESL students. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 032  Subtraction facts are presented horizontally.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 033  To see horizontal subtraction facts is to realize facts of addition, too.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 034  Subtraction with threedigit integers; minuends larger than subtrahends (positive differences).  
Arithmetic Problem Set 035  Subtraction with fourdigit integers; minuends larger than subtrahends (positive differences).  
Arithmetic Problem Set 036  Subtraction with decimal values; two digits to the left of the decimal point and two digits to the right of the decimal point; positive differences.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 037  Subtraction with decimal values. Minuends greater than subtrahends (positive differences). 

Arithmetic Problem Set 038  A oneminute subtraction drill from MathAids.com.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 039  A fiveminute subtraction drill, from MathAids.com.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 040  Solution for "x" are really "fill in the blank" for practice of subtraction facts.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 041  Thirty little equations with "x" to practice basic subtraction.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 042  Find the value of "x" that makes each statement true to practice subtraction.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 043  This time we use "n" to represent the unknown, the value that makes each statement true.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 044  Thirty basic facts of subtraction. I "do" the oddnumbered problems; you "do" the evens. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 045  Practice of basic multiplication in horizontal equations.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 046  Multiplication of numbers with decimal points; factors with two decimal places.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 047  Multiplication of decimal values between one and ten, each with a digit in the tenths place.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 048  A oneminute drill in basic facts of multiplication.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 049  We multiply simple integers, some of which are negative.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 050  Multiplication of basic integers, both positive and negative.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 051  We shade in some boxes to illustrate fractions. This is actually a lesson in basic concepts. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 052  Pictures of the whole represented in piechart fashion. These are very basic concepts in fractions. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 053  A great worksheet for students learning fractions. These problems are appropriate for some of our younger learners. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 054  Do your own shading and writing on pie charts in a worksheet from MathAids.com. We must master fractions to understand arithmetic. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 055  Ten little problems with like denominators for addition. That is, we add two fractions with the same value in the denominator. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 056  It is easy to add fractions when the denominators are the same value.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 057  We add simple fractions with differing denominators by changing one or both of them to like denominators.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 058  Adding fractions with different denominators is easy when we can change the look of the fractions to have common denominators.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 059  We may easily add fractions when one denominator is a multiple of the other, or when a common denominator is readily apparent.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 060  I do the first five, you do the last five, in practicing addition of fractions with different denominators. We first find a common denominator. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 061  A straightforward set of exercises with three terms summed, and each term has the same denominator.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 062  Subtraction of fractions with positive differences.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 063  Subtraction of fractions, positive differences as minuends are here greater than subtrahends.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 064  We subtract mixed numbers from mixed numbers, with positive differences.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 065  Subtraction of mixed fractions. In each case our subtrahend is smaller than our minuend, providing positive differences. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 066  More practice with subtraction of mixed numbers from mixed numbers.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 067  More practice with the subtraction of one mixed number from another.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 068  As we multiply fractions we "keep the top on top and the bottom on the bottom."  
Arithmetic Problem Set 069  Multiplication of fractions keeps factors on top on top, and factors in the denominator stay on the bottom.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 070  Multiplication of mixed numbers can be done a variety of ways. We like heavy fractions. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 071  Write mixed fractions as heavy fractions (improper) to facilitate multiplication.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 072  Multiplication of fractions and whole numbers (or integers).  
Arithmetic Problem Set 073  Division of fractions is easily done with multiplication and a reciprocal.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 074  We may easily divide one mixed fraction by another by using heavy fractions, multiplication, and reciprocals.  
Arithmetic Problem Set 075  Practice equivalent fractions. We recommend practicing fractions until they are easily understood. Do not rely on a calculator. 

Arithmetic Problem Set 114, Probabilities  From our good friend at MathAids.com, we're working with integers. Ten problems, I work the first five problems. 

Division of Natural Numbers  We all need to be able to divide numbers efficiently. Understanding multiplication facts is key to mastering this skill. 

Elapsed Time 14023  So you're learning to tell time now. That's good. Can you figure out how much time has passed between two given times? We call this elapsed time. 

Exam (quiz) on Laws/Properties (to basic algebra)  From mathAids.com, a quiz with 25 questions on properties of arithmetic and basic algebra. The video has a quiz over the last 15 questions. 

Expanding Natural Numbers  Expanding natural numbers means taking positive integers and expressing them as sums of single digits times powers of ten.  
Fact Families Worksheet 11  A worksheet with Fact Families, addition and subtraction. You, too, can make a worksheet at MathAids.com. 

Fact Families Worksheet 12  A worksheet with Fact Families, addition and subtraction. You, too, can make a worksheet at MathAids.com. 

Fact Families Worksheet 13  A worksheet with Fact Families, multiplication and division. You, too, can make a worksheet at MathAids.com. 

Kenken 5x5  A straightforward little number game similar to Sudoku. The website www.kenken.com has changed since this video. I rather like the Kenken puzzles updated daily at the New York Times. 

Kenken 7x7  www.kenken.com has changed since this video was made. A search for "kenken" on the Internet will yield many options. I particularly like the puzzles at the New York Times, updated daily. 

Know Your Roots  Appropriate for both Arithmetic and Basic Algebra, you need to learn simple positive roots of squares of integers. Yes, you have to learn them. 

Know Your Roots and PRACTICE  In both Arithmetic and Basic Algebra, LEARN YOUR ROOTS.  
Mixed Problem Worksheet 15  Go to MathAids.com and build your own worksheet. This one is very simple addition and subtraction. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 16  Select a worksheet format at MathAids.com and build your own worksheet. This one is for simple addition and subtraction. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 17  Build your own worksheet at MathAids.com. The worksheets are an excellent way to practice. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 18  Singledigit addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Go to MathAids.com and build your own worksheets. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 19  The worksheet from MathAids.com has simple problems with singledigit operations of addition, subtraction, and multiplication.  
Mixed Problem Worksheet 21  Practice arithmetic in the horizontal format. From MathAids.com we have practice in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 22  Practice arithmetic in the horizontal format. From MathAids.com we have practice in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 23  Practice arithmetic in the horizontal format. From MathAids.com we have practice in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 

Mixed Problem Worksheet 24  Practice arithmetic in the horizontal format. From MathAids.com we have practice in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 

Multiplication of Natural Numbers  At some point we each need to master these skills of multiplication of natural numbers.  
Multiplication Practice Problem Set 13  You need to practice this business without a calculator. Understanding the language of numbers means not reaching for a calculator to do your thinking for you. Learn the facts of multiplication and practice at www.thatquiz.org 

Multiplication Practice Problem Set 14  Practice multiplication until it becomes second nature to you. Multiplication skills must be nearly automatic to understand the language of numbers. We recommend that you practice at www. thatquiz.org 

Multiplying with Powers of Ten  Practice with multiplication of integers that incorporate powers of ten, from ten to one thousand.  
Place Values 01  From MathAids.com, a worksheet with "Place Value Puzzlers." You should practice place values with MathAids worksheets, or at Thatquiz.org.  
Place Values 02  From MathAids.com, a worksheet with "Place Value Puzzlers." You should practice place values with MathAids worksheets, or at Thatquiz.org.  
Powers and Roots  Six little problems with positive exponents help us understand some of the ways to simplify terms raised to powers.  
Practice Sheet 25  Twodigit addition and subtraction practice. From MathAids.com, where you can make your own worksheets to practice. 

Practice Sheet 26  Twodigit addition and subtraction from MathAids.com.  
Prime Factorization Problem Set 20  Prime factorization means to find the factors (or divisors) of an integer that are themselves prime numbers. These problems are also part of Prime Factorization Lesson 20. 

Prime Factorization Problem Set 21  Practice with the prime factorization of integers. Integers can be "broken down" into prime factors, where each factor is itself a prime number. 

Prime Factorization Problem Set 22  When you get good at this, so much that follows comes very, very easily. This is good practice. 

Prime Factorization Problem Set 23  More good practice with the language of numbers. These are good exercises. We also recommend that you spend time at www.thatquiz.org 

Prime or Composite Problem Set 18  Determine the set of divisors for the given integers and label each given integer as Prime or Composite. We recommend that you practice at www.thatquiz.org 

Rounding Natural Numbers  Rounding natural numbers is a skill we all need to have.  
Rounding Numbers Problem Set 15  You have to understand rounding to understand the language of numbers. It is a very easy skill to develop. Go to www.thatquiz.org for more practice. 

Rounding Numbers Problem Set 16  Master this business of rounding numbers. You will be glad you did. Get more practice at www.thatquiz.org 

Rounding Numbers Problem Set 17  Rounding numbers is a basic and necessary skill in modern life. We recommend going to www.thatquiz.org for more practice. 

Skip Counting Worksheet 27  From MathAids.com, set the initial number and the "common difference." These sheets are wonderful practice to develop number sense.  
Skip Counting Worksheet 28  From MathAids.com, set the initial number and the "common difference." These sheets are wonderful practice to develop number sense.  
Skip Counting Worksheet 29  From MathAids.com, set the initial number and the "common difference." These sheets are wonderful practice to develop number sense.  
Skip Counting Worksheet 30  From MathAids.com, set the initial number and the "common difference." These worksheets are great practice to develop number sense.  
Skip Counting Worksheet 31  From MathAids.com, set the initial number and the "common difference." These sheets are wonderful practice to develop number sense.  
Skip Counting Worksheet 35  This type of Skip Counting worksheet from MathAids.com is excellent practice for the facts of the multiplication table. Everyone needs to know these facts. 

Skip Counting Worksheet 36  This type of Skip Counting worksheet from MathAids.com is excellent practice for the facts of the multiplication table. Everyone needs to know these facts. 

Telling Time, Elapsed Time  Now that you are telling time, here are problems to solve about elapsed time, the time that passes between two given snapshots on the clock.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 001  Practicing simple addition at thatquiz.org  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 002  Sample practice problems in simple addition at thatquiz.org  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 003  Practice in simple addition at thatquiz.org  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 004  Practice in simple addition at thatquiz.org  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 005  Level 50 of simple addition at thatquiz.org  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 006  From thatquiz.org, level 5 addition and subtraction  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 007  Thatquiz.org arithmetic, simple addition and subtraction, at Level 20.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 008  Thatquiz.org, simple addition and subtraction, Level 50.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 009  Thatquiz.org, addition and subtraction Level 20, inverted form.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 010  Vertical addition and subtraction, Level 5, the Long Form A.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 011  Thatquiz.org, Level 12 addition and subtraction, Long A version  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 012  Long B form of addition and subtraction, Level 12.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 013  Addition and subtraction, Level 20, Long Form B.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 014  Triplets, addition and subtraction, Level 5.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 015  Multiplication, Level 10, simple  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 016  Multiplication and division, simple, Level 10.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 017  Inverted form of multiplication and division, Level 10.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 018  Triplets, Level 5, multiplication and division.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 019  All four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, Level 5.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 020  All four basic arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, at Level 9.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 021  The inverted form of all four basic operations of arithmetic, at Level 20.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 022  Level 4, Long A form, for all four basic operations of arithmetic.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 023  Level 12, all four basic operations of arithmetic, triplets.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 024  Level 20, all four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, triplets.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 025  Level 3, simple arithmetic, all four operations, with negatives and parenthesis.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 026  Level 20, inverted, arithmetic with negatives and parenthesis.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 027  Level 50, inverted form with negatives and parenthesis.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 028  Level 50 triplets, addition and subtraction, with negatives and parenthesis.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 029  Level 6 triplets, all four operations, with negatives and parenthesis  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 030  Level 20, all four operations of arithmetic, negatives, parenthesis, absolute value  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 031  Identify fractions at Level 5.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 032  Fractions on a number line, Level 12.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 033  Fractions at Level 7, fractions as decimals.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 034  Fractions as decimals, level 7.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 035  Fractions at Level 4, with ordering.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 036  Simplify fractions, mixed fractions, heavy fractions to mixed fractions, at Level 4.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 037  Simplify fractions at Level 8, mixed fractions, fractions to mixed.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 038  Level 10 simplification of fractions, mixed, heavy to mixed fractions.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 039  Simplify fractions at Level 20, mixed fractions, heavy fractions to mixed fractions.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 040  Level 1 arithmetic with fractions.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 041  Addition and subtraction, Level 3, fractions.  
ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 042  The real number line is important to all facets of mathematics. This is a set for geometry, arithmetic, and algebra. Level 1. 

ThatQuiz.org Arithmetic 043  Number lines, under the heading of geometry, apply to other branches of math. Level 4, including negatives and decimals. 

Time Telling 40  MathAids.com and ThatQuiz.org: EXCELLENT WEBSITES for learning the language of math. In this video, you practice reading clocks and telling time. 

Time, Distance Units  Add and Subtract  We add and subtract various units for time and distance.  
Two Clocks  Now that you're learning to tell time, can you determine how much time has elapsed between two times on the clock. We use analog clocks. 

Two Laws of Arithmetic  A discussion of the Commutative Laws and the Associative Laws for addition and multiplication facilitate a worksheet from MathAids.com. 
Graph Paper
Four Quadrant 1 Per Page 


Title/Subject  Description  
Four Quadrant Ordered Pair Practice Problems 1  Plotting pints involves matching up sets of ordered pairs. Keep the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate straight, and it's a snap. 

Four Quadrant 4 Per Page 

Title/Subject  Description  
Four Quadrant Ordered Pair Practice Problems 1  Plotting pints involves matching up sets of ordered pairs. Keep the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate straight, and it's a snap. 

Four Quadrant 12 Per Page 

Title/Subject  Description  
Four Quadrant Ordered Pair Practice Problems 1  Plotting pints involves matching up sets of ordered pairs. Keep the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate straight, and it's a snap. 
Graphing
Single Quadrant Order Pair Graphing 


Title/Subject  Description  
Graphing Single Quadrant Ordered Pairs Problem Set 1  To embark upon Basic Algebra, you have to first learn how to plot points. Here we have small positive Integers for both x and ycoordinates. Finding and labeling Ordered Pairs needs to be "automatic." 

Graphing Single Quadrant Ordered Pairs Problem Set 2  The location of Ordered Pairs is essential to the mathematics that comes later. Practice this business until it is secondnature. This needs to be "automatic." 

Four Quadrant Order Pair Graphing 

Title/Subject  Description  
Four Quadrant Ordered Pair Practice Problems 1  Plotting pints involves matching up sets of ordered pairs. Keep the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate straight, and it's a snap. 

Four Quadrant Graphing Puzzle 

Title/Subject  Description  
Four Quadrant Graphing Puzzle Demonstration  Graphing points in Cartesian (or rectangular) coordinates.  
Four Quadrant Graphing Puzzle Demonstration II  Graphing points in Cartesian (or rectangular) coordinates.  
Four Quadrant Graphing Puzzle Demonstration III  Graphing points in Cartesian (or rectangular) coordinates. 
Greater Than Less Than
Comparing Integer 


Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing Integers Problem Set 1  We compare both positive and negative pairs of Integers for their position on the Real Number Line. If the values a and b are not equal, then either a > b or b> a. 

Comparing Fraction 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problems in Comparing Fractions  You practice this thickly. A cactus is prickly. 

Comparing Fraction & Decimal 

Title/Subject  Description  
Practice Comparing Fractions and Decimals  As we compare fractions and decimals we recognize equivalences or differences.  
Comparing Mixed Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing Mixed Problems Problem Set 1  Comparison symbols include > (greater than); < (less than); and, of course, = (is equal to). Learn these symbols absolutely, so they are secondnature to you. 

Comparing US Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing U.S. Coins  Comparing values of U.S. coins: combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. 

Comparing Shapes 

Title/Subject  Description  
More or Fewer, Greater Than or Less Than  Kindergarten basics. Circle the greater amount, please. 

Kindergarten Comparison Integer 

Title/Subject  Description  
Numbers, Greater Than or Less Than  Pretend you're swimming in the swamp. We recommend getting beyond the gators as quickly as possible. 

Ordering Whole Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 1  Order the Integers. Place the Whole Numbers in order from least to greatest. 

Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 2  Order the Integers. Place the Whole Numbers in order from greatest to least. 

Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 3  Order the Integers as requested on the worksheet, either greatest to least, or least to greatest. 
Hundreds Chart
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart 


Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Colored Hundreds Chart  No words, just a table of Integers as we learn to count in Base Ten.  
Letter Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a capital letter.  
Number Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a digit.  
Picture Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the picture from the Hundreds Chart, please.  
Colored Basic Counting Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Colored Hundreds Chart  No words, just a table of Integers as we learn to count in Base Ten.  
Puzzle Pieces of a Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Puzzle Pieces of a Hundreds Chart Problem Set 1  We work puzzle pieces using the hundreds charts with numbers from 099.  
Puzzle Pieces of the Hundreds Chart  Puzzlelike pieces of the Hundreds Chart, for early learners.  
Rounding Arrows Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Arrows Hundreds Chart  A handout for rounding. It is very basic, appropriate for very young learners as well as early primary school students. 

Rounding Colors Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Colored Hundreds Chart  A handout for rounding values that uses color and a Hundreds Chart.  
Picture Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Picture Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the picture from the Hundreds Chart, please.  
Letter Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Letter Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a capital letter.  
Number Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Number Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a digit. 
In and Out Boxes
Integers
Representation of Integers 


Title/Subject  Description  
Representation of Integers Problem Set 1  Pick out the Integer. It could be positive, or it could be negative. Literally, the identified value could be either positive or negative. We'll get to that later. 

Absolute Value of Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Absolute Value of Integers Problem Set 1  While it might seem like "getting rid of the minus sign" is all there is to Absolute Value, that's not all there is to Absolute Value. It's a positive distance, when you really get down to it. 

Opposite Value of Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Opposite Value of Integers Problem Set 1  Change the sign of any Real Value to obtain the Opposite Value. Opposite Values are Equidistant from Zero. 

Comparing Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing Integers Problem Set 1  We compare both positive and negative pairs of Integers for their position on the Real Number Line. If the values a and b are not equal, then either a > b or b> a. 

Greatest / Smallest Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Circling the Smallest Integer Problem Set 1  Here we circle the smallest value in sets of four integers. It's easy. It's also important that you understand the ideas. 

Arranging Orders of Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 1  Order the Integers. Place the Whole Numbers in order from least to greatest. 

Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 2  Order the Integers. Place the Whole Numbers in order from greatest to least. 

Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 3  Order the Integers as requested on the worksheet, either greatest to least, or least to greatest.  
Ordering Whole Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ordering Whole Numbers Problem Set 1  Simply put the given Integers in order, as directed. The ordered lists go either from greatesttoleast, or leasttogreatest. 

1 or 2 Digit Addition  2 Terms Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends Problem Set 1  Single Digit Addition problems in horizontal Format.  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends Problem Set 2  Single Digit Addition problems in horizontal Format.  
1 or 2 Digit with Two Addends  Create Worksheet Tutorial  We show how to create additional worksheets for you to practice. In this example we also work with one or two digit addition problems with both positive and negative numbers. 

1 or 2 Digit Addition  3 Terms Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Three Addends Sample Problem Set 1  A tutorial on how to create worksheets for 1 or 2 Digit Addition with Three Addends. We also work sample problems using both 1 or 2 digit terms. 

1 or 2 Digit Addition  4 Terms Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Four Addends Sample Problem Set 1  Practice Adding 4 Single Digit Positive Addends  
1 or 2 Digit Addition with Four Addends Sample Problem Set 2  Practice with Adding 4 Positive and Negative 2 Digit Addends. 

1 or 2 Digit Subtraction Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with Multiple Digits Practice Problems  Subtraction facts are presented horizontally. We subtract a two digit integer from another two digit integer. 

Subtraction with Multiple Digits Practice Problems 2  Subtraction facts are presented horizontally. We subtract a two digit integer from another two digit integer. 

1 or 2 Digit Multiplication Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 1  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 

Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 2  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 

1 or 2 Digit Division Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Problems in Negative Division  We actually review our facts of multiplication with the inclusion of a negative value for either the dividend or the divisor.  
Problems in Negative Division 2  We review our facts of multiplication by reinforcing the tenet that a negative value divided by a negative value results in a positive quotient.  
1 or 2 Digit Mixed Problems Integers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 1  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 
Kindergarten
Number Recognition 


Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Colored Hundreds Chart  No words, just a table of Integers as we learn to count in Base Ten.  
Letter Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a capital letter.  
Number Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the boxes on the Hundreds Chart to make a digit.  
Picture Puzzles on a Hundreds Chart  Color the picture from the Hundreds Chart, please.  
Shape Recognition 

Title/Subject  Description  
Color the Shapes  A dandy worksheet for fiveyearold students, unless they've already been mentored beyond this level of "work." Threeyearold and fouryearold students may be well served with this worksheet.  
Match Shapes to Names  An overview of worksheets for matching shapes, including octagons, pentagons, right triangles, and hexagons.  
Color the Shapes 

Title/Subject  Description  
Color the Shapes  A dandy worksheet for fiveyearold students, unless they've already been mentored beyond this level of "work." Threeyearold and fouryearold students may be well served with this worksheet.  
Match Shapes to Names  An overview of worksheets for matching shapes, including octagons, pentagons, right triangles, and hexagons.  
Place Values 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Values Problem Set 1  Place Values must be learned. Period. You practice these until you know them. That's all there is to it. 

Place Values Problem Set 2  You must learn place values. The number in this video is a Whole Number, a Counting Number, and an Integer: seven million, six hundred fiftyfour thousand, three hundred twentyone. 

Biggest & Smallest 

Title/Subject  Description  
Biggest and Smallest, Bigger and Smaller  The very first mathematical thing we learn as children is usually "bigger or smaller."  
Greater Than Less Than 

Title/Subject  Description  
Numbers, Greater Than or Less Than  Pretend you're swimming in the swamp. We recommend getting beyond the gators as quickly as possible. 

Comparing Shapes 

Title/Subject  Description  
More or Fewer, Greater Than or Less Than  Kindergarten basics. Circle the greater amount, please. 

Connect the Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Connect the Dots  Literally, connect the dots.  
Matching Numbers to Their Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Matching Numbers to Names Problem Set 1  We match numbers to their names. We match up twodigit positive Integers from 20 to 30. 

Matching Shapes to Their Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Color the Shapes  A dandy worksheet for fiveyearold students, unless they've already been mentored beyond this level of "work." Threeyearold and fouryearold students may be well served with this worksheet.  
Match Shapes to Names  An overview of worksheets for matching shapes, including octagons, pentagons, right triangles, and hexagons.  
Comparing Objects to Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing Objects to Numbers Problem Set 1  Match the group with the number of objects that equals the chosen value. In this video, we chose "18." 

Counting US Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Counting US Coins Problem Set 1  We count U.S. coins in the form of dimes, nickels, and pennies. 

Counting US Coins Problem Set 2  We count U.S. coins in the form of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. 

Skip Counting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Easy Skip Counting Practice  Words are unnecessary to describe the patterns in this Easy Skip Counting worksheet.  
Skip Counting Practice Problems  We skip count starting with numbers between 0 and 12. We use the facts of multiplication, or times tables, to solve the problems on this worksheet. Instructions on how to create your own worksheets are included at the end of this presentation. 

Fill in the Missing Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Fill in the Missing Numbers Problem Set 1  Filling in the Missing Number is a good prelude to working with the Real Number Line. This is a dandy worksheet for the Little Ones, Kindergarten and younger. 

Complete the Patterns 

Title/Subject  Description  
Complete the Pattern with Shapes, Please  No answers are published to this worksheet. These basic shapes and colors are quite basic for early learners. 

Adding with Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding With Dots  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  We go over how to create a worksheet for the Adding with Dots Worksheet.  
Adding with Ten Frames 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Dot Figures to Twenty  Creating Worksheet Tutorial  A video on how to create worksheets for Adding Dot Figures to Twenty.  
Subtracting with Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting with Dots Problem Set 1  We cannot teach you how to subtract simple integers from one another. That only comes with practice. So, please, practice. 

Subtracting with Ten Frames 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Dots with Ten Frames Problem Set 1  Subtraction is learned with practice, practice, and more practice. 
Mean Mode Median
Mean Mode Median and Range Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
MMMR Problems: Very Basic Statistics  Mean, Mode, Median and Range are identified for specific sets of data in our problems. 
Measurement
Reading a Tape Measure 


Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Tape Measure 1  We read a Tape Measure to the nearest onefourth of an inch.  
Reading a Tape Measure 2  We read a Tape Measure to the nearest onesixteenth of an inch.  
Reading a Tape Measure 3  We read a Tape Measure to various fractions of an inch, from quarters (or fourths) to thirtyseconds of an inch. We also convert "inches only" to feetandinches. 

Reading a Decimal Ruler 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Decimal Ruler  We read a Decimal Ruler to the nearest tenth of an inch.  
Reading a Metric Ruler 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Metric Ruler 1  We read a Metric Ruler to the nearest centimeter. We also express the same distance in millimeters, by simply multiplying by ten. 

Reading a Metric Ruler 2  We read a Metric Ruler to the nearest halfmillimeter. We express the length in both millimeters and centimeters. 

Reading a Metric Ruler 3  We read a Metric Ruler to the nearest halfmillimeter. We express the length in both millimeters and centimeters. Ten millimeters are equivalent to one centimeter, always. 

Reading Standard Measurements 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Standard Ruler 1  We read a Standard EnglishStyle Ruler to the nearest onefourth of an inch.  
Reading a Standard Ruler 2  We read a Standard EnglishStyle Ruler to the nearest onesixteenth of an inch. We also express the measurement in feetandinches. 

Reading a Standard Ruler 3  Our Standard Ruler is actually more of a Tape Measure, where we express the measurement in feetandinches with fractions of an inch to the nearest 32nd of an inch.  
Reading Architectural Measurements 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading an Architectural Ruler 1  On the Architectural Ruler the feetandinches are already displayed.  
Reading an Architectural Ruler 2  On the Architectural Ruler the feetandinches are already displayed. We measure here to the nearest 32nd of an inch. 

Reading an Architectural Ruler 3  On the Architectural Ruler the feetandinches are already displayed. We measure to the nearest 32nd of an inch. 

Reading Engineering Measurements 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading an Engineering Ruler  Our Engineering Ruler reads just like a familiar baseten Number Line.  
Measuring In Inches 

Title/Subject  Description  
Measuring in Inches 1  Simple ruler measurements are to the nearest fourthofaninch.  
Measuring in Inches 2  Our ruler has divisions of onesixteenth of an inch. It is to that precision we measure on our sixinch ruler. 

Measuring in Inches 3  With 32 steps between inch demarcations on our ruler, we measure to the nearest thirtysecond of an inch.  
Measuring in Centimeters 

Title/Subject  Description  
Measuring in Centimeters 1  We read wholenumber centimeter values. We have integer values for both centimeters and millimeters here. 

Measuring in Centimeters 2  We read millimeter values on our Metric Ruler. We convert millimeters to centimeters by moving the decimal point one place, that is, by division of the numerical value of millimeters by ten. 

Measuring Out Lines in Inches or Centimeters 

Title/Subject  Description  
MeasureitOut 1  We use a worksheet for the sketching or drawing of distances (lengths) on the page  
MeasureitOut 2  We employ a worksheet for the sketching or drawing of distances (lengths) on the page. About twoandahalf centimeters equal an inch. 

Converting Feet & Inches 

Title/Subject  Description  
Converting FeetandInches 1  This Problem Set is actually quite basic and straightforward. It helps to know the multiples of 12 from the Multiplication Table. 

Converting FeetandInches 2  We convert feetandinch measurements to inchonly units. We then convert inch measurements to feetandinches. 

Fahrenheit & Celsius Temperature Conversions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Converting Celsius and Fahrenheit Temperatures  Converting temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit is rather straightforward. Remember: 30 is hot, 20 is nice, 10 is chilly, and zero is ice. 

Converting Fahrenheit and Celsius Temperatures  Converting temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius is really rather easy and straightforward.  
Converting Temperatures, F and C, C and F  
Fahrenheit & Celsius Conversions Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Converting Celsius and Fahrenheit Temperatures  Converting temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit is rather straightforward. Remember: 30 is hot, 20 is nice, 10 is chilly, and zero is ice. 

Converting Fahrenheit and Celsius Temperatures  Converting temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius is really rather easy and straightforward.  
Converting Temperatures, F and C, C and F  For this worksheet we convert temperatures both ways, from F to C and from C to F.  
Liquid Measure Conversion Quiz 

Title/Subject  Description  
A Quiz in Customary Capacity Units  Our drymeasure and liquidmeasure conversions include teaspoons and tablespoons.  
Liquid Measure Table Conversion 

Title/Subject  Description  
A Problem Set for Common Kitchen Units of Measure  Liquid and Dry Measure Conversions are important, especially in an American kitchen.  
General Conversion Quiz 

Title/Subject  Description  
General Conversions 1  General conversion of units of distance as well as units of speed. The physical entity remains the same; all we change are the units. 

General Conversions 2  We convert basic units of weight (or mass), as well as units of speed. The physical entity remains the same; all we change are the units. 

General Conversions 3  We convert volumes (cubic units) and speeds from one unit to another. The physical entity does not change. 

General Conversions 4  We convert volumes (kitchen units) and speeds from one unit to another. English units of gallons, quarts and pints are reviewed. 

General Conversions 5  Areas and speeds are converted to different units. The physical entities remain constant; only the units are changed.  
Metric Conversion Quiz 

Title/Subject  Description  
Converting Metric Units 1  We move the decimal point to convert metric units. That's all there is to it. 

Converting Metric Units 2  Metric units convert so easily that it is like falling off a log. Just move the decimal point. 

Converting Metric Units 3  Weights, or masses, are converted into different units. The basic unit of mass is actually the kilogram, and not the gram. 

English & Metric Conversion Quiz 

Title/Subject  Description  
Converting English and Metric Units 1  We convert certain English units to metric, and viceversa.  
Converting English and Metric Units 2  Conversions between English and metric units involve published Conversion Factors. The physical entity (the amount of stuff) remains constant. 

Reading a Rain Gauge 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Rain Gauge  Centimeters  We read the bottom of the meniscus to accurately measure rain in a rain gauge. Here we measure to the nearest tenth of a centimeter, which is also to the nearest millimeter. 

Reading a Rain Gauge  Inches  We read the bottom of the meniscus to accurately measure rain in a rain gauge. Here we measure to the nearest tenth of an inch. 

Reading a Graduated Cylinder 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Graduated Cylinder  When we read the volume of a liquid in a graduated cylinder we read the bottom, or base, of the meniscus.  
Reading Graduated Cylinders  In this problem set we read a variety of graduated cylinders with different scales. Varying scales each need to be read differently. 

Reading a Thermometer 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading Thermometers 1  Reading a thermometer is just like reading values on a Number Line. Temperatures are read on a vertical scale. 

Reading Thermometers 2  Reading a thermometer is just like reading values on a Number Line. This MathAids worksheet displays both positive and negative temperatures, in Celsius. 

Reading a Barometer 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading a Barometer  Reading a barometer is very easy. Our Setting Hand we set to the value of the Measuring Hand so we know (the next time we check it) whether the pressure is rising or falling. 

Reading Barometers  The worksheet offers barometric readings on two different scales: inches of mercury and millibars.  
Reading a Protractor 

Title/Subject  Description  
Reading Angles in Degrees  We place a protractor upon the page and measure angles to the nearest degree. 
Mixed Problems
Single Digit Addition and Subtraction 


Title/Subject  Description  
SingleDigit Addition and Subtraction  Learn these basic facts so you will recognize them instantly.  
Single Digit Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication 

Title/Subject  Description  
Single Digit Problem Set 1  Practice with Addition of One Digit Integers. 

SingleDigit Addition and Subtraction  Learn these basic facts so you will recognize them instantly. We add and subtract on this paired worksheet. 

Adding and Subtracting with Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting with Dots Problem Set 1  We cannot teach you how to subtract simple integers from one another. That only comes with practice. So, please, practice. 

One or Two Digit Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication 

Title/Subject  Description  
Mixed Problems Problem Set 1  We have practice in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. 20 problems adding, multiplying or subtracting 1 or 2 digit terms. 

One or Two Digit Mixed Problems Set 1  We work problems in addition, subtraction and multiplication of 1 or 2 digit integers.  
One or Two Digit Mixed Problems Set 2  We work problems in addition, subtraction and multiplication of 1 or 2 digit integers.  
Adding and Subtracting  2, 3, or 4 Digit Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting 2 Digit Problem Set  We work problems in addition and subtraction of 2digit integers.  
Adding and Subtracting 2 Digit Problem Set 2  We work problems in addition and subtraction of 2digit integers.  
Adding and Subtracting  4, 5, or 6 Digit Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting 4, 5, or 6 Digit Integers Problem Set 1  Practice with addition of integers in the thousands. 

Adding and Subtracting 4, 5, or 6 Digit Integers Problem Set 2  Practice with addition of integers in the thousands. 

Adding and Subtracting 4, 5, or 6 Digit Integers Problem Set 3  Practice with addition of integers in the thousands. 

Adding and Subtracting with No Regrouping 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition with No Regrouping Problem Set  Practice of addition where the individual place value sums is no greater than nine, so there is no carrying (regrouping) to the next column of digits.  
Subtracting with No Regrouping (Horizontal) Problem Set  Practice your Subtraction. Make it easy. It should be done without much effort at all. 

Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition and Subtraction with Decimals Problem Set 1  This problem sets uses decimals with 2 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal point. Both addition and substraction problems are shown. 

Adding and Subtracting Money Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition of British Pounds  We sum totals of British Pounds with pounds and pence; pence are hundredths of pounds.  
Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Negative Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 1  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 

Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Missing Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Find the Missing Addend  Our Missing Addends are replaced with an "x." We love the x at Mr. X. You need to be able to do this level of arithmetic yourself with just a pencil in hour hand and your own skill. No counting on fingers. No calculators. 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 5  This time we use "n" to represent the unknown, the value that makes each statement true. We work problems with integers up to 99 

Missing Factor Problem Set  We practice missing factor problems with factors between 1 and 15. 

Solve for X, the Missing Number  With values of 50 to 90, we solve division problems with the traditional division symbol, ÷ , and solve for X.  
1 or 5 Minute Drills for Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing 

Title/Subject  Description  
Five Minute Drill  Mr. X Completes a Five Minute Drill worksheet while on the clock. How much time to spare will he have? 

Subtraction 5 Minute Drill  A fiveminute subtraction drill from MathAids.com.  
A FiveMinute Drill in Division  A fiveminute division drill where Mr. X does the first two minutes' worth of calculations. YOU need to learn these facts. THESE FACTS WILL NEVER CHANGE. 

Adding and Subtracting with Missing Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Find the Missing Addend  Our Missing Addends are replaced with an "x." We love the x at Mr. X. You need to be able to do this level of arithmetic yourself with just a pencil in hour hand and your own skill. No counting on fingers. No calculators. 

Missing Digits Subtraction Problem Set 1  A note to teachers: We Do Not Recommend this worksheet for struggling students. It's a great worksheet for students who already know how to borrow or regroup. 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 5  This time we use "n" to represent the unknown, the value that makes each statement true. We work problems with integers up to 99 

Solving for Equalities in an Equation 

Title/Subject  Description  
Solving for Equalities in an Equation Problem Set  This is an excellent worksheet for practice with the notion of equality. These types of problems develop skills to be used later in Algebra and in all branches of higher mathematics. 

Adding and Subtracting Irregular Units 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Irregular Units: Feet and Inches  We practice the addition of feetandinches to feetandinches. You must know that 12 inches is the same length (or distance) as one foot. 

Adding Irregular Units: Hours and Minutes  When we sum these times expressed in HoursandMinutes, we convert those sums of minutes that are 60 or greater.  
Adding Irregular Units: Minutes and Seconds  When we sum these times expressed in MinutesandSeconds, we convert those sums of seconds that are 60 or greater.  
Adding Irregular Units: Pounds and Ounces  As we add Pounds and Ounces we observe that 16 Ounces equal One Pound. We convert units appropriately. 

Practice Adding and Subtracting Irregular Units  In this problem we work problems adding hours and minutes, minutes and seconds, pounds and ounces, and feet and inches/  
Subracting Irregular Units Problem Set  These problems are more interesting when we have to borrow across the units. For example, when we borrow 12 inches from a foot. 

Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Problem Sets 

Title/Subject  Description  
Addition Problem Set  In this problem set Mr X tackles 2 addends of 2 digits each.  
Division Problem Set  Problems with twodigit divisors and twodigit quotients provide division practice as some have remainders, and some have no remainder.  
Subtraction with 3 Digits Practice Problems  In these problems we subtract a 3 digit integer from a larger 3 digit integer. All differences are positive in these problems. 

Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Two Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Two Fractions Problem Set  Again we let our pencil do the talking for the work involved in adding two fractions; the key is getting the common (same) denominator.  
Subtracting Two Fractions Problem Set  You must know basic facts of multiplication to successfully subtract basic fractions.  
Multiplying Two Fractions Problem Set  We multiply fractions straight across and can divide like factors topandbottom.  
Dividing Two Fractions Problem Set  To divide fractions we invert and multiply. It's easy. 
Money
Counting Coins 


Title/Subject  Description  
Counting US Coins Problem Set 1  We count U.S. coins in the form of dimes, nickels, and pennies. 

Counting US Coins Problem Set 2  We count U.S. coins in the form of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. 

Counting Bills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Counting US Bills Problem Set 1  As important as counting money is in this life, there are other things more important.  
Counting Bills and Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Counting Bills and Us Coins Problem Set 1  We count bills and coins used in the United States of America. Counting money is important, sometimes very important, but never is it the most important thing in our lives. 

Comparing Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Comparing U.S. Coins  Comparing values of U.S. coins: combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. 

Word Problems for Adding Coins 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Coins Word Problems 1  Read the problems carefully. Then practice your arithmetic.  
Word Problems for Puchasing Two Items 

Title/Subject  Description  
US Purchase Two Items Word Problems 1  Read the problems carefully. This worksheet provides extranea. Not everything is used for our solutions to answer the questions. 

Word Problems for Puchasing Three Items 

Title/Subject  Description  
Purchasing Three Items Problem Set 1  We work word problems that involve purchasing three items. The word problems may include extra information not necessary to solving the problem. 

Word Problems for Change from a Purchase 

Title/Subject  Description  
Change from a Purchase Problem Set 1  We work word problems calculating how much change is received after a purchase. These problems do not include extra information unrelated to the purchase. 
Multiplication
Multiplication Times Table Timed Drills 


Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Times Table Timed Drill Problem Set 1  Sometimes it pays to practice with a "timed drill" in a different way. For this video, we write in the products "as we find them." That is (almost) in order. 

Multiplication Times Table Advanced Timed Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Advanced Timed Drills Problem Set 1  If you never miss a problem, you're not working hard enough. Practice your facts of multiplication through 15 times 15 equals 225. 

Multiplication Times Table Target Circles 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplications Times Table Target Circles Problem Set 1  Another way to practice Facts of Multiplication is the Target Circle worksheet from MathAids.com.  
Multiplication Problems 012 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Problems 012 Problem Set 1  A little practice with multiplication can go a long way. So, please, practice.  
Multiplication Problems 012 Problem Set 2  A little practice with multiplication (and subsequently facts of division) can pay big dividends. So, please, practice your Times Table. 

Single or Multiple Digit 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Multiple Digit Horizontal Sample Problem Set 1  We all need to practice arithmetic. This means learning how to multiply. Do not use a calculator for this worksheet. 

1 or 5 Minute Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Drills Problem Set 1  Just the facts, ma'am.  
Advanced Multiplication Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication Advanced Multiplication Drills Problem Set 1  How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice. Practice. Practice.  
Missing Factor 

Title/Subject  Description  
Missing Factor Problem Set  We practice missing factor problems with factors between 1 and 15. 

Decimal Number 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplication with Decimals Problem Set 1  Mr X. multiplies two decimal values between 10 and 100 to the nearest hundreths. Or in other words two positive values with two digits to the left of the decimal point and two digits to the right of the decimal point. 

Multiplying Decimal Numbers Practice Problems 1  We practice multiplication of decimal numbers with 1 digit to the right of the decimal point (tenths).  
Multiplying Decimal Numbers Practice Problems 2  We practice multiplication of decimal numbers with 2 digits to the right of the decimal point (hundredths).  
Negative Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 1  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 

Multiplying Negative Numbers Practice Problems 2  We multiply 1 digit integers. These problems are good examples on the rules of multiplying negative numbers. Multiplying a negative number by a positive number results in a negative number. Multiplying two negative numbers results in a positive number. 

Multiples of Ten Multiplication 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying with Powers of Ten Practice Problems  We practice multiplying 2 digit integers by powers of 10, 100 and 1,000.  
Multiplying with Powers of Ten 

Title/Subject  Description  
Multiplying with Powers of Ten Practice Problems  We practice multiplying 2 digit integers by powers of 10, 100 and 1,000. 
Number Bonds
Number Bonds Horizontal Format 


Title/Subject  Description  
Number Bonds, Horizontal Format  Part Lesson, Part Problem Set, this video underscores the need to practice basic facts of arithmetic. Make it snap! 

Number Bonds Tree Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Number Bonds, Tree Format  These basic and essential numerical bonds need to be mastered. 
Number Lines
Adding with Number Lines 


Title/Subject  Description  
Adding with Number Lines  Adding on a number line is visualized with some leaps of faith. This worksheet is dandy for little ones learning to count and developing skills to add small positive integers. 

Subtracting with Number Lines 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Values with Number Lines  We discuss Minuends and Subtrahends. The video is part lesson, part problem set, part preaching, part conceptualized mentoring. Enjoy. 

Subtracting with Number Lines  Subtraction must be done in proper order. The order of the terms matters, unlike the operation of addition where the order of terms does not matter. 

Mixed Numbers on Number Lines 

Title/Subject  Description  
Mixed Numbers on the Real Number Line  The placement of Mixed Numbers on The Real Number Line is an easy skill to learn and it pays rich dividends in your future. 
Order of Operations
Easy or Hard Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
Order of Operations Problem Set 1  We use the order of operations or PEMDAS to solve problems that have 4 numbers and three operations.  
Order of Operations Problem Set 2  We use the order of operations or PEMDAS to solve problems that have 5 numbers and four operations.  
Order of Operations Problem Set 3  We use the order of operations or PEMDAS to solve problems that have 5 numbers and four operations. 
Patterns
Complete Numerical Series 


Title/Subject  Description  
Complete the Number Series  Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, and to solve sequences.  
Complete the Number Series, Please  No answers are published to this worksheet. These basics are basically very basic. Redundantly, learn the basics of the language! 

Complete Shape Patterns 

Title/Subject  Description  
Complete the Pattern with Shapes, Please  No answers are published to this worksheet. These basic shapes and colors are quite basic for early learners. 

Easy Skip Counting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Easy Skip Counting Practice  Words are unnecessary to describe the patterns in this Easy Skip Counting worksheet.  
Skip Counting Practice Problems  We skip count starting with numbers between 0 and 12. We use the facts of multiplication, or times tables, to solve the problems on this worksheet. Instructions on how to create your own worksheets are included at the end of this presentation. 

Advanced Skip Counting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Advanced Skip Counting Practice Problems  We skip count starting with numbers between 0 and 12. The starting numbers can be anywhere from 999 to 999. One of the examples in this video starts with a negative value. We use the facts of multiplication, or times tables, to solve the problems on this worksheet. 

Times Table Skip Counting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Skip Counting Using the Times Tables Practice Problems  These skip counting problems are start with numbers from 212 and the series represents the times table for the initial digit. Instructions on how to create this worksheet are included in this video. 

Skipping Toward the Times Tables  The facts of multiplication must be memorized. Skip counting worksheets can help with that. 

Uncover Ten Covers  Mr. X has covered up 10 numbers from the times table. Can you identify the missing numbers before Mr. X reveals the number? 
Percent
Percentage Calculations 


Title/Subject  Description  
Percentage Calculations Problem Set  We practice doing calculations with a pencil before reaching for a calculator. If you don't know how to do these calculations, practice. Learn the language of numbers. 

Converting Between Percents, Decimals, and Fractions 

Title/Subject  Description  
Practice Comparing Fractions and Decimals  As we compare fractions and decimals we recognize equivalences or differences. 
Place Value
Hundreds Table 


Title/Subject  Description  
Basic Counting Hundreds Chart  A quick overview of a basic Hundreds Chart, Integers 1 through 100.  
Colored Hundreds Chart  No words, just a table of Integers as we learn to count in Base Ten.  
Base 10 Blocks 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Values with BaseTen Blocks  Visualizing the relationships between 1, 10 and 100 can help early learners find their way to the abstractions of math.  
Expanded Form  Integer 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Value Expanded Form with Integers Problem Set 1  Integers are expanded, and the Expanded Form of Integers are written in Standard form.  
Expanded Form  Decimal 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Values Expanded Form with Decimals Problem Set 1  Decimal values are expanded and also written in Standard Form.  
Standard Form  Integer 

Title/Subject  Description  
Standard Form for Integers Problem Set 1  We all have to understand Place Value. This video has no narration, just music. It's easy. 

Standard Form  Decimal 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Value Standard Form with Decimals Problem Set 1  Given the Expanded form of a Decimal Value, we write the number in Standard form.  
Expanded Notation  Decimal 

Title/Subject  Description  
Expanded Notation for Decimals Problem Set 1  Place Value is a key concept; we all have to understand it. In this video we take a Decimal Value and write it in Expanded Notation. And we go the other way, taking an Expanded Form to write the Decimal Value in Standard Form. 

Scientific Notation 

Title/Subject  Description  
Scientific Notation Problem Set 1  This is a brief Problem Set going from Standard Decimals to Scientific Notation, and from Scientific Notation to Standard Decimal Form.  
Writing Word Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Writing Word Names for Integers Problem Set 1  Write the word names for the given Integers. These are Whole Numbers or Counting Numbers (Positive Integers). 

Writing the Integer Numbers for the Word Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Value Numbers for Word Names Problem Set 1  We write the number (an Integer) for the value given to us with English words.  
Matching Integer Numbers with Word Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Matching Integer Numbers with Word Names Problem Set 1  This is a short video where we match Integer word names with the written Integer.  
Matching Integer Numbers with Word Names Problem Set 2  Match the Integer with its name.  
Place and Value for Integers Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place and Value for Integer Practice Problems  We will identify the place and the value of selected digits of a sixdigit integers.  
Writing Word Names for Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Writing Word Names for Decimal Numbers Problem Set 1  We write the Word Name for the Decimal Value. For this video we have values to the thousandths place, to three decimal places. 

Writing Decimal Numbers for the Word Names 

Title/Subject  Description  
Writing Decimal Numbers for the Word Names Problem Set 1  Reading decimal values is very simple and straightforward. With only a bit of practice you'll master this.  
Place and Value for Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place and Value for Decimals Problem Set 1  Place Values must be learned. This is a nice worksheet to practice that basic and necessary knowledge. 

Place and Value for Money 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place and Value for Money Problem Set 1  We practice Place Values in the values of dollars, each with two decimal places, that is, dollars and cents.  
Place and Value for Money Problem Set 2  We all have to learn Place Values. Money amounts would not make much cents otherwise. Okay, sense. 

Find the Mystery Number 

Title/Subject  Description  
Find the Mystery Number Problem Set 1  Find the Mystery Number. This is a short worksheet and a short video on Place Values. 

Rearranging Digits for the Largest & Smallest Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rearranging Digits Problem Set 1  This concept is very easy. It is also important.  
Place Value Puzzlers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Value Puzzlers 1  If you find these puzzlers puzzling, you need to practice and then practice some more. Puzzlers should not be baffling. 

Place Value Puzzlers 2  If you place value upon place value, and your own values will find their right place.  
Place Value Puzzlers Practice Problems  These puzzler problems help you practice with place value. We use up to 4 digits, or thousands, on these practice problems. 

Adding Commas 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding Commas Problem Set 1  Placing commas is easy. If you can count to three, you can place the commas into a very large number. We use American conventions. 

Kindergarten Cut & Paste 

Title/Subject  Description  
Place Values Problem Set 1  Place Values must be learned. Period. You practice these until you know them. That's all there is to it. 

Place Values Problem Set 2  You must learn place values. The number in this video is a Whole Number, a Counting Number, and an Integer: seven million, six hundred fiftyfour thousand, three hundred twentyone. 
Probability
On Numbers 


Title/Subject  Description  
Practice Problems for Probability on Numbers  These problems calculate probabilities on numbers (or integers) between 1 and 50. 
Properties
Identifying Properties of Mathematics 


Title/Subject  Description  
A Problem Set to Identify Math Properties  Ten problems on a worksheet to identify Properties of the Language of Mathematics. 
Pythagorean
Practice Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
Find the Hypotenuse, Integer Values  The familiar Pythagorean Theorem is employed to solve for the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle.  
Find the Missing Leg, Decimal Values  Given the lengths of one leg and the hypotenuse of a right triangle, find the length of the other leg. That value for which you solve will be irrational and approximated with a decimal value. 

Pythagorean Sample Problems  The basic righttriangle formula of a² + b² = c² is demonstrated for the sum of the square of the legs (or catheti) equal to the square of the hypotenuse.  
Pythagorean Sample Problems II  The basic righttriangle formula of a² + b² = c² is demonstrated for the sum of the square of the legs (or catheti) equal to the square of the hypotenuse.  
Pythagorean Sample Problems III  The basic righttriangle formula of a² + b² = c² is demonstrated for the sum of the square of the legs (or catheti) equal to the square of the hypotenuse.  
Distance Formula Single Quadrant 

Title/Subject  Description  
Distance Formula, First Quadrant  The Distance Formula is actually a form of the Pythagorean Relation.  
Distance Formula Four Quadrant 

Title/Subject  Description  
Distance Formula, Four Quadrants  In fourquadrant Cartesian Coordinates, the Distance Formula is actually a form of the Pythagorean Relation. 
Radicals
Ratios
Simple Ratio Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
Simple Ratio Problems  Basic Ratios are important to understand. This worksheet is good practice for basic understanding. 

Rows of Equivalent Ratio Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rows of Equivalent Ratios  Equivalent ratios are easily understood when one masters the basic facts of multiplication.  
Ratios from Word Phrases 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ratios from Word Phrases Problem Set 1  Ratios can be expressed as Fractions. Many Fractions can be Reduced. These fractions reduce to simpler fractions with smaller values to express the same ratios. 

Rate and Unit Rates Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 1  Rates and Unit Rates are very straightforward, very easy, and very important.  
Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 2  Rates and Unit Rates are important. Please practice so that these ideas are well understood. 

Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 3  Unit Rates are very easy. Relax. This stuff is simple. Did I mention to relax? 

Ratios and Rate Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ratios, Rates and Unit Rates  Unit Rates are easy and necessary to understand in modern life.  
English into Math, then Reduce the Fraction  We change English into math by writing reduced fractions.  
Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 1  Rates and Unit Rates are very straightforward, very easy, and very important.  
Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 2  Rates and Unit Rates are important. Please practice so that these ideas are well understood. 

Rates and Unit Rates, Problem Set 3  Unit Rates are very easy. Relax. This stuff is simple. Did I mention to relax? 

Ratios and Rate Word Problems 

Title/Subject  Description  
Ratio Word Problems  Practice getting comfortable with expressing word problems with ratios. We see these all the time as we make our way through life. 
Rounding
Rounding for Integers 


Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 1  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 2  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 3  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding for Integers by Comparision 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 1  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 2  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding Integers Practice Problems 3  We practice rounding integers with a variety of problems from rounding to the nearest Ten to rounding to the nearest Million.  
Rounding for Decimals 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Decimals to Tenths  Rounding decimal values is a very straightforward proposition. You can use your knowledge of numbers, or follow a simple rule. Either way, it's easy. 

Rounding Decimals to Thousandths  Rounding decimal values is an important thing to learn. So practice. You can use your knowledge of numbers, or follow a simple rule. Either way, it's easy. 

Rounding for Money 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding for Money Problem Set 1  A bit of a rounding lesson with a problem set with 20 problems. We're rounding money amounts (US dollars) to the nearest ten dollars. 

Rounding Arrows on Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Arrows Hundreds Chart  A handout for rounding. It is very basic, appropriate for very young learners as well as early primary school students. 

Rounding Colors on Hundreds Chart 

Title/Subject  Description  
Rounding Colored Hundreds Chart  A handout for rounding values that uses color and a Hundreds Chart. 
Significant Figures
Identify Significant Digits Problems 


Title/Subject  Description  
Identifying Significant Figures Problem Set 1  All nonzero digits are Significant. For Integers (with no written decimal point) the ending zeroes will be Insignificant (Not Significant). 

Identifying Significant Figures Problem Set 2  All nonzero digits are Significant. For (most) decimal values, trailing zeroes (on the far right end of the decimal value) are Significant; zeroes immediately to the right of the decimal point are (most often) Not Significant. 

Adding and Subtracting with Significant Figures 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting with Significant Figures Problem Set 1  We add or subtract values and publish a sum or difference only to the precision of our leastprecise addend.  
Multiplying and Dividing with Significant Figures Problem Set 1  We multiply or divide values and publish our product or quotient with the same precision as our least precise factor (or dividend or divisor). 
Skip Counting
Easy Skip Counting 


Title/Subject  Description  
Easy Skip Counting Practice  Words are unnecessary to describe the patterns in this Easy Skip Counting worksheet.  
Skip Counting Practice Problems  We skip count starting with numbers between 0 and 12. We use the facts of multiplication, or times tables, to solve the problems on this worksheet. Instructions on how to create your own worksheets are included at the end of this presentation. 

Advanced Skip Counting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Advanced Skip Counting Practice Problems  We skip count starting with numbers between 0 and 12. The starting numbers can be anywhere from 999 to 999. One of the examples in this video starts with a negative value. We use the facts of multiplication, or times tables, to solve the problems on this worksheet. 

Skip Counting Using Times Tables 

Title/Subject  Description  
Skip Counting Using the Times Tables Practice Problems  These skip counting problems are start with numbers from 212 and the series represents the times table for the initial digit. Instructions on how to create this worksheet are included in this video. 

Skipping Toward the Times Tables  The facts of multiplication must be memorized. Skip counting worksheets can help with that. 

Uncover Ten Covers  Mr. X has covered up 10 numbers from the times table. Can you identify the missing numbers before Mr. X reveals the number? 
Subtraction
Single Digit 


Title/Subject  Description  
Single Digit Subtraction Practice Problems  We subtract single digits from 0 to 9 in this video. Basic subtraction problems like these should be automatically solved as quickly as possible. 

Zero to Twenty 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction Zero to Twenty Practice Problems  These problems use all numbers from 0 to 20 in both the top and bottom digits. To practice basic facts of subtraction means to practice facts of addition, as well. 

Zero to 99 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction Zero to 99 Practice Problems 1  Our problems now include two digit integers up to 99. Some of these problems require "borrowing". Borrowing is a technique to facilitate basic subtraction. 

Subtraction Zero to 99 Practice Problems 2  Our problems now include two digit integers up to 99. Some of these problems require "borrowing". Borrowing is a technique to facilitate basic subtraction. 

Subtracting with Dots 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting with Dots Problem Set 1  We cannot teach you how to subtract simple integers from one another. That only comes with practice. So, please, practice. 

Subtracting to Ten Using Ten Frames 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Dots with Ten Frames Problem Set 1  Subtraction is learned with practice, practice, and more practice.  
Subtracting to Twenty Using Ten Frames 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting with Dot Figures up to Twenty Problem Set  We practice Subtraction to learn the facts. So, practice, please.  
Single or Multiple Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with Multiple Digits Practice Problems  Subtraction facts are presented horizontally. We subtract a two digit integer from another two digit integer. 

Subtraction with Multiple Digits Practice Problems 2  Subtraction facts are presented horizontally. We subtract a two digit integer from another two digit integer. 

2, 3, or 4 Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with 3 Digits Practice Problems  In these problems we subtract a 3 digit integer from a larger 3 digit integer. All differences are positive in these problems. 

Subtraction with 4 Digits Practice Problems  In these problems we subtract a 4 digit integer from a larger 4 digit integer. All differences are positive in these problems. 

4, 5, or 6 Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with 4 Digits Practice Problems  In these problems we subtract a 4 digit integer from a larger 4 digit integer. All differences are positive in these problems. 

No Regrouping 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction No Regrouping Problem Set 1  We practice Subtraction over and over until it is natural and effortless.  
No Regroup  Horizontal Format 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting with No Regrouping (Horizontal) Problem Set  Practice your Subtraction. Make it easy. It should be done without much effort at all. 

Subtraction Across Zero 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting of Multiple Digits Across Zero Problem Set  Here we have both Minuends and Subtrahends with digits of Zero. These zeroes are not especially troublesome, but borrowing (or regrouping) is an acquired skill. So, practice. 

Decimal Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction with Decimals Problem Set 1  Mr. X subtracts two decimal values between 100 and 1000 to the nearest hundreths. In other words, numbers with 3 digits to the left of the decimal point and 2 digits to the right of the decimal point. 

Subtracting Decimal Numbers Problem Set 2  We subtract decimal numbers, with 2 digits both to the right and to the left of the decimal point. In other words numbers less than a hundred to the nearest hundredths. 

Subtracting Decimal Numbers Problem Set 3  We subtract decimal numbers, with 5 digits both to the left of the decimal point and three digits to the right of the decimal point. In other words numbers less than a one hundred thousand to the nearest thousandth. 

1 or 5 Minute Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtraction 1 Minute Drill  A oneminute subtraction drill from MathAids.com.  
Subtraction 5 Minute Drill  A fiveminute subtraction drill from MathAids.com.  
Advanced Subtraction Drills 

Title/Subject  Description  
Advanced Subtraction Drills Problem Set  Mr. X completes the top half of the worksheet in 30 seconds. You can do the bottom half on your own. Just take your time and do them correctly. Don't worry so much about the time. Speed comes with practice. 

Missing Numbers 

Title/Subject  Description  
Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 1  We find the missing numbers in these subtraction problems. These problems are usually solved with addition. We use digits from 1040 in these problems. 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 2  Solution for "x" are really "fill in the blank" for practice of subtraction facts. We work with numbers from 10  40 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 3  Solution for "x" are really "fill in the blank" for practice of subtraction facts. We work with numbers up to 99 in these problems 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 4  This time we use "n" to represent the unknown, the value that makes each statement true. We work with numbers up to 99 in these problems 

Missing Numbers Subtraction Practice Problems 5  This time we use "n" to represent the unknown, the value that makes each statement true. We work problems with integers up to 99 

Missing Digits 

Title/Subject  Description  
Missing Digits Subtraction Problem Set 1  A note to teachers: We Do Not Recommend this worksheet for struggling students. It's a great worksheet for students who already know how to borrow or regroup. 

Irregular Units 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subracting Irregular Units Problem Set  These problems are more interesting when we have to borrow across the units. For example, when we borrow 12 inches from a foot. 

Subtracting Doubles 

Title/Subject  Description  
Subtracting Doubles Problem Set  Subtracting Double Number Sets is even more interesting when we subtract "Doubles + 1" or "Doubles + 2." We need to practice our Subtraction. 
Time
Tell the Time on the Clock 


Title/Subject  Description  
Tell the Time on the Clock Sample Problem Set 1  This video uses a worksheet with 9 clocks. Can you tell the time on the clock? 

Adding and Subtracting 

Title/Subject  Description  
Adding and Subtracting Time Problem Set 1  There are various ways to think about time. If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds' worth of distance run, yours is the earth and everything that's in it... And you clearly love life. 

Elapsed Time Using Two Clocks 

Title/Subject  Description  
Elapsed Time Using Two Clocks Problem Set 1  Now that you're learning to tell time, can you determine how much time has elapsed between two times on the clock. We use analog clocks. 

Elapsed Time Using Two Clocks Problem Set 2  In these problems you are given two clocks. You need to tell the time on each clock then calculate the elapsed time between the two clocks. 

Elapsed Time Problems 

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Elapsed Time Problem Set 1  In these problems we have to calculate one of the following three values: the start time, the end time, or the elapsed time. 

Conversion of Time Units 

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Conversion of Time Units Problem Set 1  We all have to learn basic units of time. Learn these conversions. Know them. 
Venn Diagrams
Shade the Regions Using Two Sets 


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Shade Regions in Two Sets  Shade the Regions of the TwoSet Venn Diagram. Remember that there are different styles of notation, particularly for negation. 

Shade Regions Using Two Sets  We shade the appropriate region (regions) of the Venn Diagram for the relationship given between Sets A and B.  
Shade the Regions Using Three Sets 

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Shade Regions in Three Sets  Venn Diagrams are a handy way to describe relationships between sets.  
Shade Regions Using Three Sets  Shade the Regions of the ThreeSet Venn Diagram. Remember that there are different styles of notation, particularly for negation. 

Name the Shaded Regions Using Two Sets 

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Name Shaded Regions Using Two Sets  Given the shaded region, we name the set mathematically.  
Name the Shaded Regions Using Three Sets 

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Name Shaded Regions Using Three Sets  
Set Notation Problems Using Two Sets 

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Set Notation Using Two Sets  We list the elements of the described set from the Venn Diagram, in set notation.  
Set Notation Problems Using Three Sets 

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Set Notation Using Three Sets  We list the elements of the described set from the Venn Diagram, which contains three sets. We write the elements in set notation. 

Word Problems Using Two Sets 

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Word Problems Using Two Sets  Given a basic twoset Venn Diagram, we answer some simple questions about it.  
Word Problems Using Three Sets 

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Word Problems Using Three Sets  Given a simple threeset Venn Diagram, we answer some basic questions about it. 
Word Problems
One Step Equation Word Problems 


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One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 1  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 2  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 3  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 4  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 5  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
One Step Equation Word Problems Problem Set 6  Basic word problems with basic algebra are essentially arithmetic problems with an occasional letter or variable thrown into it.  
Two Step Equation Word Problems 

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Two Step Equation Word Problems Paired Worksheet  Work along Mr. X solving two step equation word problems. Download the worksheet before you play the video! 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 1  An illustrative example: The sum of two numbers is 60, and the greater is four times the less. What are the numbers? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 2  A man bought a horse and carriage for $500, paying three times as much for the carriage as for the horse. How much did each cost? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 3  For 72 cents Martha bought some needles and thread, paying eight times as much for the thread as for the needles. How much did she pay for each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 4  An illustrative example: What number added to twice itself and 40 more will make a sum equal to eight times the number?  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 5  James is 3 years older than William, and twice James's age is equal to three times William's age. What is the age of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 6  Roger is onefourth as old as his father, and the sum of their ages is 70 years. How old is each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 7  An illustrative example: If the difference between two numbers is 48, and one number is five times the other, what are the numbers?  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 8  James gathered 12 quarts of nuts more than Henry gathered. How many did each gather if James gathered three times as many as Henry? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 9  Mr. A is 48 years older than his son, but he is only three times as old. How old is each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 10  A man bought a hat, a pair of boots, and a necktie for $$7.50; the hat cost four times as much as the necktie, and the boots cost five times as much as the necktie. What was the cost of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 11  There are 120 pigeons in three flocks. In the second there are three times as many as in the first, and in the third as many as in the first and second combined. How many pigeons in each flock? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 12  Three men, A, B, and C, earned $110; A earned four times as much as B, and C as much as both A and B. How much did each earn? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 13  A farmer bought a horse, a cow, and a calf for $72; the cow cost twice as much as the calf, and the horse three times as much as the cow. What was the cost of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 14  A grocer sold one pound of tea and two pounds of coffee for $1.50, and the price of the tea per pound was three times that of the coffee. What was the price of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 15  By will Mrs. Cabot was to receive five times as much as her son Henry. If Henry received $20,000 less than his mother, how much did each receive? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 16  An illustrative example: Divide the number 126 into two parts such that one part is 8 more than the other.  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 17  At an election in which 1079 votes were cast the successful candidate had a majority of 95. How many votes did each of the two candidates receive? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 18  John and Henry together have 143 marbles. If I should give Henry 15 more, he would have just as many as John. How many has each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 19  Two men whose wages differ by eight dollars receive both together $44 per hour. How much does each receive? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 20  Divide 62 into three parts such that the first part is 4 more than the second, and the third 7 more than the second.  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 21  A man had 95 sheep in three flocks. In the first flock there were 23 more than in the second, and in the third flock 12 less than in the second. How many sheep in each flock? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 22  A man owns three farms. In the first there are 5 acres more than in the second and 7 acres less than in the third. If there are 53 acres in all the farms together, how many acres are there in each farm? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 23  Three firms lost $118,000 by fire. The second firm lost $6000 less than the first and $20,000 more than the third. What was each firm's loss? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 24  In an orchard containing 33 trees the number of pear trees is 5 more than three times the number of apple trees. How many are there of each kind? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 25  To the double of a number I add 17 and obtain as a result 147. What is the number? Also: To four times a number I add 23 and obtain 95. Also: From three times a number I take 25 and obtain 47. Also: Find a number which being multiplied by 5 and having 14 added to the product will equal 69. 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 26  I bought some tea and coffee for $10.39. If I paid for the tea 61 cents more than five times as much as for the coffee, how much did I pay for each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 27  Two houses together contain 48 rooms. If the second house has 3 more than twice as many rooms as the first, how many rooms has each house? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 28  Mr. Ames builds three houses. The first cost $2000 more than the second, and the third twice as much as the first. If they all together cost $18,000, what was the cost of each house? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 29  George bought an equal number of apples, oranges, and bananas for $1.08; each apple cost 2 cents, each orange 4 cents, and each banana 3 cents. How many of each did he buy? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 30  A man bought 3 lamps and 2 vases for $6. If a vase cost 50 cents less than 2 lamps, what was the price of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 31  Johnson and May enter into a partnership in which Johnson's interest is four times as great as May's. Johnson's profit was $4500 more than May's profit. What was the profit of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 32  Divide 71 into three parts so that the second part shall be 5 more than four times the first part, and the third part three times the second.  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 33  I bought a certain number of barrels of apples and three times as many boxes of oranges for $33. I paid $2 a barrel for the apples, and $3 a box for the oranges. How many of each did I buy? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 34  Divide the number 288 into three parts, so that the third part shall be twice the second, and the second five times the first.  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 35  If John's age be multiplied by 5, and if 24 be added to the product, the sum will be seven times his age. What is his age? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 36  A man, being asked how many sheep he had, said, "If you will give me 24 more than six times what I have now, I shall have ten times my present number." How many had he?  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 37  Four dozen oranges cost as much as 7 dozen apples, and a dozen oranges cost 15 cents more than a dozen apples. What is the price of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 38  A farmer pays just as much for 4 horses as he does for 6 cows. If a cow costs 15 dollars less than a horse, what is the cost of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 39  Roger is onefourth as old as his father, and the sum of their ages is 70 years. How old is each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 40  Jane is onefifth as old as Mary, and the difference of their ages is 12 years. How old is each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 41  Two men own a third and twofifths of a mill respectively. If their part of the property is worth $22,000, what is the value of the mill? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 42  In three pastures there are 42 cows. In the second there are twice as many as in the first, and in the third there are onehalf as many as in the first. how many cows are there in each pasture? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 43  What number increased by threesevenths of itself will amount to 8640?  
Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 44  There are three numbers whose sum is 90; the second is equal to onehalf of the first, and the third is equal to the second plus three times the first. What are the numbers? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 45  A grocer sold 62 pounds of tea, coffee, and cocoa. Of tea he sold 2 pounds more than of coffee, and of cocoa 4 pounds more than of tea. How many pounds of each did he sell? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 46  John has oneninth as much money as Peter, but if his father should give him 72 cents, he would have just the same as Peter. How much money has each boy? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 47  Two boys picked 26 boxes of strawberries. If John picked fiveeighths as many as Henry, how many boxes did each pick? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 48  In a school containing 420 pupils, there are threefourths as many boys as girls. How many are there of each? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 49  One man carried off threesevenths of a pile of soil, another man fourninths of the pile. In all they took 110 cubic yards of earth. How large was the pile at first? 

Two Step Equation Word Problems Sample Problem 50  Matthew had three times as many stamps as Herman, but after he had lost 70, and Herman had bought 90, they put what they had together and found that they had 540 stamps. How many had each at first? 

Adding U. S. Coins Word Problems 

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Adding Coins Word Problems 1  Read the problems carefully. Then practice your arithmetic.  
Adding Two Purchases with U. S. Money Word Problems 

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US Purchase Two Items Word Problems 1  Read the problems carefully. This worksheet provides extranea. Not everything is used for our solutions to answer the questions. 

Adding Three Purchases with U. S. Money Word Problems 

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Purchasing Three Items Problem Set 1  We work word problems that involve purchasing three items. The word problems may include extra information not necessary to solving the problem. 

Change from a Purchases with U. S. Money Word Problems 

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Change from a Purchase Problem Set 1  We work word problems calculating how much change is received after a purchase. These problems do not include extra information unrelated to the purchase. 

Ratios and Rate Word Problems 

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Ratio Word Problems  Practice getting comfortable with expressing word problems with ratios. We see these all the time as we make our way through life. 