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# Saxon Math 87: An Incremental Development

## by Stephen HakeAuthor, John SaxonAuthor

(From Amazon): We study mathematics because it is an important part of our daily lives. Our school schedule, our trip to the store, the preparation of our meals, and many of the games we play all involve mathematics. Many of the word problems you will see in this book are drawn from our daily experiences.

Resource Type
Book
ISBN
0939798549
Print Status
Out of Print
Lessons
137
Pages
670
7th - 8th
Publisher
Saxon Publishers
Edition
2nd
1997

### Lessons

• A Operations of Arithmetic 1
• B Operations of Arithmetic 2
• 1 Missing Numbers in Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication
• 2 Number Line
• 3 Adding and Subtracting on the Number Line
• 4 Place Value through Hundred Trillions
• 5 Factors
• 6 Lines, Rays, and Segments
• 7 Fractions and Mixed Numbers
• 8 Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Fractions
• 9 "Some and Some More":
• 10 "Some went away"
• 11 "Larger-Smaller-Difference"
• 12 Equal groups word problems
• 13 Part-Part-Whole
• 14 Fractions equal to 1
• 15 Equivalent Fractions
• 16 Reducing Fractions Part 1
• 17 Linear Measure
• 18 Pairs of Lines
• 19 Polygons
• 20 Perimeter Part 1
• 21 Solving Equations
• 22 Prime and Composite Numbers
• 23 Simplifying Fractions and Whole Numbers
• 24 Writing Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers as Fractions
• 25
• 26
• 27
• 28
• 29
• 30
• 31
• 32
• 33
• 34
• 35
• 36
• 37
• 38
• 39
• 40
• 41
• 42
• 43
• 44
• 45
• 46
• 47
• 48
• 49
• 50
• 51
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• 53
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• 55
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• 57
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