Number for Nurses: Division
The Number for Nurses Computer Assisted Learning Package begins with a basic principles section which is followed by application to nursing practice. The basic principles section deals with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, S.I. units and scales and gauges. In each area a variety of methods are used to enable the student to understand these principles, through interactive tutorials and consolidate learning through exercises. The aim of the division section is to help the student
Numbers: Getting to grips with division
Do you want to improve your ability to divide one number from another, especially if decimals are involved, without having to rely on a calculator? This unit will help you get to grips with division and give you some practice in doing it.
Number systems and the rules for combining numbers can be daunting. This unit will help you to understand the detail of rational and real numbers, complex numbers and integers. You will also be introduced to modular arithmetic and the concept of a relation between elements of a set.
5.2 Playing doctors, nurses and patients
To set up a care relationship that works well is a delicate matter, whether you are at the giving or the receiving end. In this unit we explore the very varied meanings of care relationships and how these meanings arise. Millions of care relationships are going on as you read this, and each carries its own particular meanings for those involved. But where have all those people picked up their ideas of how to relate to each other? How does any of us know where to begin?
Ten out of ten from Number 11 for our homes of the future
In this video podcast the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, drops by for a tour of the University's Creative Energy Homes Project at the Department of the Built Environment.
Anthill Number Round-Off
The purpose of this lesson is to give students a visual aid to help them round off numbers to the nearest ten or hundred.
Division with Negative Numbers
In video they start with review of multiplication and how it is repeated addition. Then they review division, then they go on negative times a positive, using this they show how a negative divided by a negative is a positive, working backwards you have a negative times a positive is negative. Then some other examples are given. So, a negative divided by a positive equals a negative, a positive divided by a negative equals a negative, and a negative divided by a negative equals a positive. Then s
Number puzzles (grades 6-8)
This virtual manipulative challenges students to solve number puzzles using one- and two-digit addition. Each puzzle requires students to arrange a given set of numbers on either a triangular or square grid so that sides or the rows, columns, and diagonals add up to a given number. Students are able to check their answers on the web site, which includes instructions for using the applet, a description of related activities, and information for parents and teachers. There is also a link to the Na
Thirteen? Oh, no! : Are you superstitious? Do you avoid the number 13?
This activity asks student to determine if there a Friday the 13th in every year. The activity, from the Figure This! collection of 80 math challenges, also considers superstitions associated with the number 13. It suggests that the student make lists and examine calendars to determine the total number of possible calendar arrangements. The usefulness of reasoning with number patterns and dates is noted. The page features links to a solution hint, the solution, related math questions, and resour
Finding Missing Numbers in a Number Sentence
This lesson shows a student demonstrating how to find what numbers are missing in simple number sentences. The student uses a number line to explain the first example.
A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra
A book introducing basic concepts from computational number theory and algebra, including all the necessary mathematical background.
Laws of Exponents: Division
In this video, the instructor explains how to divide when exponents are involved. He walks the viewer through examples of how to divide with exponents. He also explains why the exponent rules work as they do for division.
Division Races I
Practice your mental and mathematical agility with arithmetic races. A sequence of levels with timed questions. Each level gets progressively faster. The questions themselves are based on division and involve positive integers in the range 0 - 9999. There are a total of 11 levels, combing both multiple-task and single-task questions. Points available increase as the time decreases. Tracking of numerous performance measures is available for self-analysis and parental analysis.
In this interactive activity adapted from the Exploratorium, explore the step-by-step process by which an animal cell divides to make more cells.
Number Sets, Infinity, and Zero
Continue examining the number line and the relationships among sets of numbers that make up the real number system. Explore which operations and properties hold true for each of the sets. Consider the magnitude of these infinite sets and discover that infinity comes in more than one size. Examine place value and the significance of zero in a place value system.
Teaching Kids Math With a Number Grid - Kindergarten
Teach kids math with a number grid and show them addition and subtraction on the grid by counting over spaces and finding the sum on the grid a Kindergarten teaches shows some neat tricks to make this an easy method to catch on to.
Basic Mathematics : How to Teach Division With Whole Numbers
Teaching division with whole numbers is an easy concept if one is familiar with multiplication tables, as the tables work opposite of each other. View examples of how multiplication and division work with one another with insight from a math teacher in this video on mathematics.
Expert: Jimmy Chang
Bio: Jimmy Chang has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for nearly a decade. He has a master's degree in math, and his specialties include calculus, algebra, liberal arts, mat
How To Teach Number Comparisons - Math Game
Learn how to play and teach this number comparison game for practicing comparing numbers with expert, Courtney Hester, teaching tips in this math games video clip.
Multiplying by One Digit Number
Learn how to multiply by a one digit number. The narrator shows examples on a SMART Board as he explains what he doing so that students understand what is happening.
Algebra 2 -- Long Division (Part I) With Polynomials
The instructor uses a white board to show how to divide ploynomials. The video is slightly blurry but understandable. For high school algebra students.