Secondary math: This game can induce great class discussions and leaves a lasting impression that helps students to further develop their basic understanding of any topic. It also strives to build the base math skill of recognizing equivalence, a key concept necessary to be successful in high school math and beyond.

Secondary math: This game can induce great class discussions and leaves a lasting impression that helps students to further develop their basic understanding of any topic. It also strives to build the base math skill of recognizing equivalence, a key concept necessary to be successful in high school math and beyond.

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This math facts chart contains 30 percents and their fraction equivalents.  The percents listed are those most commonly used in middle school or high school math classes.  Percents are listed in order from least to greatest.By Math Fan

This math facts chart contains 30 percents and their fraction equivalents. The percents listed are those most commonly used in middle school or high school math classes. Percents are listed in order from least to greatest.By Math Fan

Guide to High School Credits for Homeschool | LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com - http://letshomeschoolhighschool.com/blog/2013/08/10/guide-high-school-credits-homeschool/#.UgjvJKxw6ho

Guide to High School Credits for Homeschool | LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com - http://letshomeschoolhighschool.com/blog/2013/08/10/guide-high-school-credits-homeschool/#.UgjvJKxw6ho

"Einstein's Refrigerator: And Other Stories from the Flip Side of History"  Fun read.  Written by a high school history teacher.  He researched and collected these strange, little known but TRUE events from history in order to keep his students interested in history.  Each story is equivalent to a couple of pages long.

"Einstein's Refrigerator: And Other Stories from the Flip Side of History" Fun read. Written by a high school history teacher. He researched and collected these strange, little known but TRUE events from history in order to keep his students interested in history. Each story is equivalent to a couple of pages long.

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Math: Probability with the flip of a coin - Using a coin toss to explain the difference between probability and chance. This video was produced by KET as a part of their high school equivalency test prep program. If you are interested in test prep materials for the #GED, #HiSET, or #TASC test, check out KET Fast Forward at http://www.ketfastforward.org/ or call 1-800-354-9067 for more information.

Math: Probability with the flip of a coin - Using a coin toss to explain the difference between probability and chance. This video was produced by KET as a part of their high school equivalency test prep program. If you are interested in test prep materials for the #GED, #HiSET, or #TASC test, check out KET Fast Forward at http://www.ketfastforward.org/ or call 1-800-354-9067 for more information.

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Math: Area measures the surface - Multiply the length times the width to get the square units. This video was produced by KET as a part of their high school equivalency test prep program. If you are interested in test prep materials for the #GED, #HiSET, or #TASC test, check out KET Fast Forward at http://www.ketfastforward.org/ or call 1-800-354-9067 for more information.

Math: Area measures the surface - Multiply the length times the width to get the square units. This video was produced by KET as a part of their high school equivalency test prep program. If you are interested in test prep materials for the #GED, #HiSET, or #TASC test, check out KET Fast Forward at http://www.ketfastforward.org/ or call 1-800-354-9067 for more information.

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