Synopses & Reviews
Here's real help for math students. From abacus to zero property of multiplication, this handy reference guide for students contains more than five hundred common mathematical terms. Written in simple language and illustrated with hundreds of helpful photographs and drawings, Math Dictionary takes the mystery out of math.
Review
"Have you ever looked at your child's homework and been stumped by mathematical terms you haven't seen in years? This book will help alleviate hours of frustration for students. Math Dictionary includes a large variety of mathematical terms that often come up in student. Students will easily be able to locate the term and identify its meaning through definitions, examples, diagrams, and some photos. This book clearly explains how to find greatest common factor, differences in bar graphs, how to write in expanded form, and other often-confusing terms." --Library Media Connection
About the Author
Eula Ewing Monroe is a former classroom teacher. She lives in Provo, Utah, where she teaches mathematics education at Brigham Young University.