01. Greatest Common Divisor
02. Least Common Multiple
04. Properties of Exponents 1
05. Properties of Exponents 2
06. Properties of Exponents 3
07. Properties of Exponents 4
08. Properties of Exponents 5
09. Applications of Properties of Exponents
10 F.O.I.L. Method
11. Expand (A + B) ^2
12. Expand (A - B)^2
13. Expand (A + B)(A - B)
14. Expand (A + B)^3
15. Expand (A - B )^3
16. Expand (A + B)(A^2 - AB + B^2)
17. Expand (A - B)(A^2 + AB + B^2)
18. Factor A^2 + 2AB + B^2
19. Factor A^2 - 2AB + B^2
20. Factor A^2 - B^2
21. Factor A^3 + 3A^2B + 3AB^2 + B^3
22. Factor A^3 - 3A^2B + 3AB^2 - B^3
23. Factor A^3 + B^3
24. Factor A^3 - B^3
25. Simple Factoring
26. Group Factoring
27. Trinomial Factoring
28. Add/Subtract/Simplify Polynomials
29. Multiply Polynomials
30. Long Division
31. Synthetic Division
32. Slope Intercept Line Equation
33. Point Slope Line Equation
34. Point Point Line Equation
35. Point of Intersection
36. Mid Point I
37. Mid Point II
38. Distance between 2 points
39. If 3 points colinear
40. If 3 points form a right angle triangle
41. Equation of circle given center and radius
42. Find center and radius of circle
43. Equation of circle given its diameter
46. Solve Linear Equation
47. Solve Quadratic Equation (Factoring)
48. Solve Quadratic Equation (Completing the square)
49. Solve Quadratic equation (Quadratic Formula)
50. Solve Quadratic Equation (Imaginery Solutions)
51. Add/Subtract/Simplify Rational Expressions
52. Multiply/Divide Rational Expressions
53. Polynomial with real zeroes
54. Complex Numbers
55. Complex Zeroes
57. Differentiation (20+ routines)
58. Integration (30+ routines)
59. Normal Distribution
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Foundation Maths supports the UK School Curriculum Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Suitable for children aged 3 to 6 and voiced with a lovely soft English accent giving positive verbal encouragement throughout.
THE FULL VERSION OF FOUNDATION MATHS INCLUDES:
Foundation Maths includes 500 maths questions across 4 skill levels in 8 topic areas
- Sums can be read out loud with a tap of the speaker button
- Help in each section is given with a tap of the help button
Eight Topic Areas to Learn:
- Learn the Numbers: learn the operator symbols and the numbers 1 to 30 with fruit to count
- Learn to Count: Random fruit are shown and the child counts and picks the right number
- Number Patterns: Children find the missing number in a sequence of 5 numbers
- Write the Numbers: Learn to correctly form the numbers 1 - 9 by tracing dotted number forms
- Addition: Learn to add two numbers together
- Subtraction: Children learn to take one number from another
- Multiplication: One number multiplied by another
- Division: One number divided by another
Four Levels to Progress Through:
- Beginner: Simple questions with answers up to 10 and illustrations to help young children
- Intermediate: Questions with answers up to 20
- Advanced: Questions with answers up to 30
- Genius: Algebra questions, the answer is given and the child finds the missing part of the question.
Foundation Maths supports the following Early Years learning goals:
- Counting and using numbers to at least 10 in familiar contexts
- Recognising numerals 1 to 9
- Beginning to understand addition as 'combining' two groups of objects
- Beginning to understand subtraction as 'taking away'
- Using early mathematical ideas to solve practical problems.
Foundation Maths also supports the following Key Stage 1 learning outcomes:
- Use the correct language, symbols and vocabulary associated with number and data
- Count reliably up to 20 objects at first and recognise, be familiar with the numbers 11 to 20; gradually extend counting.
- Create and describe number patterns; explore and record patterns related to addition and subtraction, and then patterns of multiples of 2, 5 and 10 explaining the patterns and using them to make predictions; recognise sequences, including odd and even numbers to 30 then beyond; recognise the relationship between halving and doubling.
- Use the symbol '=' to represent equality; solve simple missing number problems [for example, 2 + ? = 6 ]
We hope you enjoy the Foundation Maths DEMO and find it useful in teaching your children some basic maths skills, if you have any suggestions or queries we would love to hear from you!
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App Features: -Extensive table of contents with drop down menu topic navigation - graphics updated for every user change – no blank screens - default and example values with auto fill - unrestricted inputs for any textbook values – a unique portable standalone education tool or can be combined with any standard text book - optional display calculations - explanatory text for every topic – mobile technology encourages students to spend more time studying than with a traditional textbook. Learning by doing approach to study, encouraging both experimentation and exploration of the subject.
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• GCF (Greatest Common Factor)
• LCM (Least Common Multiple)
• Order of Operations
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It covers 133 topics of Advanced Database Management in detail. These 133 topics are divided in 10 units.
Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
Each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Parallel Database Architectures
2. Parallel Query Evaluation
3. Parallelising Individual Operations
4. Parallel Query Optimization
5. Introduction To Distributed Databases
6. Distributed DBMS Architectures
7. Storing Data in Distributed DBMS
8. Distributed Catalog Management
9. Updating Distributed Data
10. Distributed Concurrency Control
11. Distributed Recovery
12. Two-Phase Commit Revisited
13. Three-Phase Commit
14. Introduction To Data Mining
15. Counting Co-Occurences
16. Iceberg Queries
17. Mining for rules
18. Tree structured rules
19. Clustering problem
20. Clustering Algorithm
21. Data Mining Tasks
22. Similarity Search Over Sequences
23. Object-oriented database systems
24. New Data Types
25. Abstract data type
26. Methods of an ADT
27. Structured data types
28. Manipulating Data of Structured Types
29. Objects and Refrence Types
31. Design for an ORDBMS
32. Challeges in Implementing an ORDBMS
34. Object Query Language
35. Compare RDBMS with ORDBMS
36. Transaction Processing Monitors
37. New Transaction Models
38. Integrated access to multiple data sources
39. Mobile Databases
40. Main memory databases
41. Multimedia Database
42. Geographic Information Systems
43. Temporal and sequence databases
44. Information Visualization
45. OODBMS; Advantages & Disadvantages
46. Data warehouse
47. Contrasting OLTP and Data Warehousing Environments
48. Data warehouses architectures
49. Logical versus physical design in data warehouses
50. Data warehouse Schema
51. Data warehousing objects
52. Logical and Physical Design of data warehouse
53. Introduction To Data Mining
54. Data Mining Uses
55. Data Mining Functions
56. Data Mining Technologies
57. Emerging Database Models
58. Multimedia Database
59. Temporal Databases
60. Designing Temporal Databases
61. Logical design of temporal databases
62. Conceptual design of temporal databases
63. Temporal databases implementation
64. Temporal DBMS implementation
65. Implementing Algebraic Operators Page
All topics not listed due to character limitations set by Play Store.
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Algebra can be a tricky subject to master but with the help of Hands-On Equations 1 Lite, equations such as 4x+2=3x+9 become child’s play! In three easy lessons the young student obtains a feeling of success and a sense of mathematical power in solving sophisticated looking equations.
The original Hands-On Equations program, using physical game pieces, has already helped more than a million students gain confidence with algebra. Now that same, proven method is available virtually in the palm of your hand__ for FREE!
A short, helpful introductory video by Dr. Borenson, the inventor of Hands-On Equations, assures and encourages young students that algebra is fun and easy to master.
This FREE app gives students a taste of the same in-depth algebraic experience they will have with the paid version of Hands-On Equations 1.
This is how the App works:-
•The unknown X is represented by a blue pawn on the Android screen while the constants are represented by number cubes.
•In Lesson 1 the icons do not move. The student uses thinking or guess and check to solve the equations.
•Beginning with Lesson 2, the student places the game pieces on the balance scale to represent the two sides of the equation.
•Beginning with Lesson 3, the student simplifies the equation by removing pawns from the balance to solve for the unknown X.
•The student verifies his/her solution by resetting the problem to conduct the check.
•Feedback is provided to the student in the check phase of the problem.
•Simple touch features are used to move the pieces around.
•An expert instructional video is included for each lesson.
•An intuitive user interface makes the app easy to use.
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