Math ReviewThe New York State Math Exam will be in the springEven though there are no specific things your child can study, here are some important things to remember and topics that he/she may see the day of the exam.FACTSHave your child practice his/her multiplication facts on a daily basisBasic OperationsAddSubtractMultiplyDivideGEOMETRYMeasure using a protractor and a centimeter rulerReview the different polygonsThe sum of the angles of a triangle is 180 and the sum of the angles of a ploygon is 360Perimeter is the measure around the outsideArea is the measure of the inside in square unitsSimilar figures are the same shape, but NOT the same sizeCongruent figures are the same shape and same sizeDrawing lines of symmetryPlace ValueKnow the names and values from hundred thousandth to hundred millionOrder of OperationsP arenthesesE xponentsM ultiplicationD ivisionA ddition
S ubtractionFractionsSimplify to the lowest termFind a common denominatorCompare smaller and larger fractionsConvert to decimals (top goes in the box)Change mixed numbers to improper fractions (do the circle)Change improper fractions to mixed numbers (the top goes in the box)DecimalsPlace in orderConvert to fractionsConvert to percents (move the decimal 2 places to the right)PercentsConvert to fractionsConvert to decimals (move the decimal 2 places to the left)MeanFinding an averageLine GraphMake sure to include title, scale, labels.....................................Steps for Writing a GOOD answer1. Answer the question2. Tell what you KNOW (I know...use formulas, definitions, explanations)3. Tell WHAT and WHY (So, I...use numbers and operations)4. Please see my work..................................Important Vocabulary that you should knowSolution Solve ExponentProduct Sum QuotientDifference Simplify ValueMean Median ModeAverage Area PerimeterVolume Coordinates DiameterRatio Percent OfLowest Terms Estimate LabelShow Work Radius ExpressionEquation Equivalent Place ValueValue Parallel PerpendicularCheck the "Website Wonder" section for online review activities!
Last Modified on September 7, 2017