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1: Page 1- Table of Contents Page 2- Biography artical about Sir Isaac Newton Page 3- Challenging Math Word Problem Page 4- Self-Help Article Page 5- Fun Math Maze Page 6-7- Fun Wordsearch Puzzle Page 8- Article about Careers involving Math Page 9- Advertisment for Math Life

2: Sir Isaac Newton Written by Andrew Barron Sir Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643. At an early age, Newton was very bad in school. His teachers described him as “idle” and “inattentive.” Newton entered Trinity College, Cambridge and he found interest in mathematics. The University closed in 1665 because of the plague, but he started making huge advancements in mathematics, astronomy, physics, and optics. Newton then invented the reflecting telescope and he found separate techniques to find angles and tangents. Newton was elected into the Royal Society. Newton’s most famous and best work was about physics and celestial mechanics. Newton explained eccentric orbits of comets, the tides and their variations, and the precession of Earth’s axis. Newton had a nervous breakdown in1693 and he retired from research. He was knighted in 1708 because of his work and he died March 31, 1727. | physics and celestial mechanics. Newton explained eccentric orbits of comets, the tides and their variations, and the precession of Earth’s axis. Newton had a nervous breakdown in1693 and he retired from research. He was knighted in 1708 because of his work and he died March 31, 1727.

3: Sally got 1,450 dollars for her graduation money. She went and bought shoes for 3/8 of her graduation money. She got a gumball at the store for 25 cents after she bought the shoes. Then she went and got a dress for 7/8 of the new amount of money. After she bought the dress, she wanted to buy a necklace. How much money did she have left to use? (You made need your calculator for this problem.) | Solution - 113.50 dollars

4: Self-Help This article shows how you can study and get ready for math. One thing you can do is by first looking over the chapter and having someone quiz you. Have a parent or teacher make a sheet of 50 problems and do them before the test. Go over all of your quizzes and studying them. If it is a quiz look over the sections and do 10 problems. Also have a friend or parent quiz you over the section. This will help you with any quiz or test.

6: G K A V G U O B Q E M C X Y B A L R L W T A C A N O N L M E T T M S D E G R E E E A Y V R N E H V A E W G Y C V R U C Z I X I Y Y E I B I G N R I V L V L E A S Y N V W T L N N S N T M G L A H A J A A O A B I C E S S V C U S N I D E O E E K T T I R I P U R A T E Q G T Q X K L N Z N N M E X G M J S T V P A O I E U U M Q I B U H O I Y U N Y O P P V Q F H P S Q R T I A R S S D M U S L H E N E B C M O M Y L Q N O A O Q T B Q E L A O O A I R P K R K P H E L H W A E V O X I T M B G C P B I E N I S X F B C H X S W Q W F U R O X G O J T M H B B C C H X G Z X L U G Z A B Y U N N C W I E G D H Q Q J X E N O N L I N E A R A C Y S S B T Z K E O N T X Q Q M O D E G Z Q Z D Q V R F N E L Y N M U A U R I O F W R X J A P H B R Q T E R O E X P O N E N T Q P A U T W T M K B V K O E C F W I J G G L N V Y U N Y L N R E Z A G G F Z M J H M J S E Z L I E P A P D H U C G V S U E A Q O X H P L N S Y F A D O D N M M S M T D H G D J H E K K M T J C E O M I S R S W E R P R I G G M I O G S R E B M U N R D L L A S W F D E R O O L A I M O N I R T Z F T M P L O T R E B K I T B F N O N O A O A R F W A G U I X P I D S J Y T A T T P M T M K H V D D G S F V N F E C D W G U M C N E G L I G Z T A J F P G R O W V Y X S Y C T N E I C I F F E O C M H P E D U W N A R V B

7: ALGEBRA ANGLE AREA BINOMIAL COEFFICIENT COSINE DEGREE EQUATIONS EXPONENT EXPRESSIONS FORMULA FUNCTION GEOMETRY HYPOTENUSE LINEAR MEAN MEDIAN MODE NONLINEAR NUMBERS PERIMETER POLYNOMIAL QUADRATIC SINE SLOPE TANGENT TERM TRIGONOMETRY TRINOMIAL VARIABLE | NONLINEAR NUMBERS PERIMETER POLYNOMIAL QUADRATIC SINE SLOPE TANGENT TERM TRIGONOMETRY TRINOMIAL VARIABLE | Super Awesome Wordsearch Puzzle

8: Careers Involving Math by JJ Ghidoni Math is something you use every day, no matter what career you have. From an engineer, to a fashion designer, you’ve got to know your math or you’re not going to so very well in the world. Now don’t get your hopes down if you aren’t very good at math, because when you grow up, you can have a job that’s fun, while using math. Here are three examples: An artist, doctor and an inventor. An artist uses shapes to make their art more appealing. A doctor/surgeon has to use math for CAT scans and even operating on people. An inventor has to use math to make up new designs for products that people want.

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