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1 Consumer Math 15 INDEPENDENT LEAR NING S INC E 1975 Consumer Math Consumer Math ENROLLED STUDENTS ONLY This course is designed for the student who is challenged by abstract forms of higher This math. course The is course designed focuses to enhance on real understanding life processes of to basic, teach practical algebra, math geometry, applications. and statistics. The course focuses on The real following life processes book such is required as budgeting, for this compound course: interest, sales tax, small business management, and data processing to teach algebra, geometry, and statistics. Mathematics Connections Integrated and Applied, by Ashlock, Hatfield, Hausher, and The following books are needed for this course: Stoeckinger, Glencoe McGraw-Hill Publishers, 1996 Mathematics Connections Integrated and Applied (Glencoe) Contents Contents of Mathematics of Mathematics Connections Connections Integrated Integrated and Applied: and Applied: Chapter 1: Applying Numbers and Variables Place-Value Football 1-1 Place Value 1-2 exponents 1-3 Comparing Whole Numbers and decimals 1-4 rounding Whole Numbers and decimals 1-5 Applications: Using tax tables 1-6 estimating Sums and differences 1-7 estimating Products and Quotients On the Job Application: Cashier Making Consumer Connections: Bus Schedule 1-8 Problem-Solving Strategy: Matrix logic 1-9 Order of Operations 1-10 Algebra Connection: evaluate expressions 1-11 Algebra Connection: Solving equations Using Addition and Subtraction 1-12 Algebra Connection: Solving equations Using Multiplication and division 1-13 Problem-Solving: Write an equation review and testing Chapter 1 review Chapter 1 test Making Geography Connections: time Zones Cumulative review / test

2 16 Oak Meadow High School Curriculum Overview Chapter 2: Patterns: Adding and Subtracting Activity: Exploring Decimals with Models 2-1 Adding Whole Numbers 2-2 Adding Decimals 2-3 Subtracting Whole Numbers 2-4 Subtracting Decimals Computer Application: Terminology On the Job Application: Meter Reader 2-5 Applications: Checking Accounts 2-6 Patterns Connection: Arithmetic Sequences 2-7 Problem-Solving Strategy: Choosing the Method of Computation 2-8 Geometry Connection Perimeter 2-9 Problem-Solving: Identifying the Necessary Facts Chapter 2 Review Chapter 2 Test Making Consumer Connections: Budgeting Chapter 3: Patterns: Multiplying and Dividing Activity: Multiplication with Decimal Models 3-1 Multiplying Whole Numbers 3-2 Multiplying Decimals 3-3 Applications: Buying on Credit 3-4 Dividing Whole Numbers 3-5 Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten 3-6 Problem Solving Strategy: Looking for a Pattern 3-7 Dividing Decimals 3-8 Scientific Notation 3-9 Patterns Connection: Geometric Sequences 3-10 Algebra Connection: Formulas 3-11 Geometry Connection: Area of Rectangles 3-12 Statistics Connection: Average (Mean) 3-13 Problem Solving: Multi-Step Problems Chapter 3 Review Chapter 3 Test Making Science Connections: Noise Pollution

3 Consumer Math 17 Chapter 4: Fractions: Adding and Subtracting Activity: Twenty Decimal Questions 4-1 Factors and Divisibility 4-2 Prime Factorization 4-3 Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple 4-4 Applications: Total Deductions and Take-Home Pay 4-5 Equivalent Fractions 4-6 Simplifying Fractions 4-7 Comparing Fractions 4-8 Mixed Numbers 4-9 Estimating Sums and Differences 4-10 Adding Fractions 4-11 Adding Mixed Numbers 4-12 Subtracting Fractions 4-13 Subtracting Mixed Numbers 4-14 Problem Solving Strategy: Make a Drawing Chapter 4 Review Chapter 4 Test Making Business Connections: Stocks Chapter 5: Fractions: Multiplying and Dividing 5-1 Estimating Products and Quotients 5-2 Multiplying Fractions 5-3 Multiplying Mixed Numbers 5-4 Applications: Time Cards 5-5 Problem Solving Strategy: Simplifying the Problem 5-6 Dividing Fractions 5-7 Dividing Mixed Numbers 5-8 Changing Fractions to Decimals 5-9 Changing Decimals to Fractions 5-10 Problem Solving: Using Fractions Chapter 5 Review Chapter 5 Test Making Consumer Connections: Unit Price Fun with Math

4 18 Oak Meadow High School Curriculum Overview Chapter 6: Measurement Activity: Create Your Own Measuring System 6-1 The Metric System 6-2 Measuring Length 6-3 Changing Metric Units 6-4 Measuring Mass 6-5 Measuring Capacity 6-6 Problem Solving Strategy: Acting It Out 6-7 Customary Units of Length 6-8 Customary Units of Weight and Capacity 6-9 Algebra Connection: Formulas and Temperature 6-10 Measuring Time 6-11 Applications: Time Cards 6-12 Problem Solving: Using Measurements Chapter 6 Review Chapter 6 Test Making History Connections: Nonstandard Units of Weight and Volume Chapter 7: Geometry Activity: Exploring Constructions 7-1 Basic Terms of Geometry 7-2 Measuring Angles 7-3 Classifying Angles 7-4 Applications: Congruent Figures and Constructions 7-5 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Computer Applications: Introduction to BASIC Making Health Connections: Physical Fitness 7-6 Polygons 7-7 Triangles 7-8 Quadrilaterals 7-9 Three-Dimensional Figures 7-10 Problem Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning Chapter 7 Review Chapter 7 Test Making Math Connections: Constructing Triangles

5 Consumer Math 19 Chapter 8: Area and Volume Activity: Area of Irregular Figures 8-1 Circumference of Circles 8-2 Area of Parallelograms 8-3 Area of Triangles 8-4 Area of Circles 8-5 Applications: Installing Carpet 8-6 Problem Solving Strategy: Making a Diagram 8-7 Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms 8-8 Surface Area of Cylinders 8-9 Volume of Rectangular Prisms 8-10 Volume of Pyramids 8-11 Volume of Cylinders 8-12 Volume of Cones 8-13 Problem Solving: Using Area and Volume Chapter 8 Review Chapter 8 Test Making Consumer Connections: Telephone Rates Chapter 9 : Ratio, Proportion, and Percent Activity: Similar Figures 9-1 Ratio 9-2 Probability Connection: An Introduction to Probability 9-3 Probability 9-4 Algebra Connection: Solving Proportions 9-5 Scale Drawings 9-6 Geometry Connection: Similar Figures 9-7 Applications: Planning a Trip 9-8 Ratios, Percents and Fractions 9-9 Percents and Decimals 9-10 Problem-Solving Strategy: Guess and Check Chapter 9 Review Chapter 9 Test Making Consumer Connections: Gasoline Mileage

6 20 Oak Meadow High School Curriculum Overview Chapter 10: Applying Percents Activity: Percent 10-1 Finding the Percent of a Number 10-2 Finding What Percent One Number is of Another 10-3 Finding a Number When a Percent of it is Unknown 10-4 Problem-Solving Strategy: Using Venn Diagrams 10-5 Estimating the Percent of a Number Making Consumer Connections: Sales Tax On-the-Job Application: Sales Representative 10-6 Percent of Change 10-7 Discount 10-8 Interest 10-9 Applications: Compound Interest Problem-Solving: Using Percents Chapter 10 Review Chapter 10 Test Making Consumer Connections: Mail Ordering Chapter 11: Statistics and Graphs Activity: Averages 11-1 Median, Mode, and Range 11-2 Frequency Tables 11-3 Applications: Misusing Statistics 11-4 Bar Graphs 11-5 Line Graphs Computer Application: Flowcharts On-the-Job Application: Inventory Specialist 11-6 Pictographs 11-7 Circle Graphs 11-8 Stem-and-Leaf Plots 11-9 Measures of Variation Box-and-Whisker Plots Problem-Solving Strategy: Look for a Pattern Chapter 11 Review Chapter 11 Test Making Consumer Connections: Misleading Graphs

7 Consumer Math 21 Chapter 12: Integers Activity: Adding Integers 12-1 Integers and the Number Line 12-2 Adding Integers 12-3 Subtracting Integers 12-4 Applications: Wind Chill Factor On-the-Job Application: Catering Manager Making Consumer Connections: Insulation Costs 12-5 Multiplying Integers 12-6 Dividing Integers 12-7 Problem-Solving Strategy: Work Backwards Chapter 12 Review Chapter 12 Test Making Consumer Connections: City and State Income Taxes Chapter 13: Extending Algebra Activity: Equations 13-1 Solving Equations Using Addition or Subtraction 13-2 Solving Equations Using Multiplication or Division 13-3 Solving Two-Step Equations 13-4 The Coordinate Plane 13-5 Graphing Equations 13-6 Applications: Reading a Grid Map 13-7 Problem-Solving Strategy: Writing an Equation Chapter 13 Review Chapter 13 Test Making Social Studies Connections: Latitude and Longitude Chapter 14: Probability Activity: Probability and Games 14-1 Finding the Number of Outcomes 14-2 Probability and Percents 14-3 Multiplying Probabilities 14-4 Adding Probabilities 14-5 Applications: Marketing Research 14-6 Odds

8 22 Oak Meadow High School Curriculum Overview 14-7 Problem-Solving Strategy: Using Samples to Predict Chapter 14 Review Chapter 14 Test Making Consumer Connections: Markup

11 Consumer Math 25 Mathematics Courses C. Find 33 % of % = 2. x 45 = = Finding What Percent One Number is of Another Josh is buying a skateboard. The one he likes was originally priced for \$120. The sale price is \$90. \$90 is what percent of the original amount? In this problem you need to find the rate. To find the rate (the percent) when the base \$120 and percentage \$90 are known, use the equation r x b = p and solve for r. Method 1. Write the equation r x b = p. 2. Solve for r. A. What percent of \$120 is \$90? 1. r x 120 = r = = 0.75 or 75%. \$90 is 75% of \$120. B. 80 is what percent of 64? 1. r x 64 = r = = 1.25 or 125% 80 is 125% of Finding a Number When a Percent of it is Known After softball season, Stacy s coach told her that she got a hit 40% of the times she was at bat. If she had 48 hits, how many times was Stacy at bat? You need to find the number of which 48 is 40%. To find a number when a percent of it is known, use r x b = p and solve for b. Method 1. Write the percent as a decimal or fraction. 2. Write the equation using the variable b for the base. 3. Solve for b

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