Math Essentials 10 Se 2nd Edit Ion by Steve EtienneMath Essentials 10 Se 2nd Edit Ion by Steve Etienne

Math Essentials 10 Se 2nd Edit Ion

bySteve Etienne, Alexis Galvao, Ken Stewart

Paperback | August 1, 2011

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An updated and revised edition developed by Ontario Educators specifically for the new Ontario Locally Developed Compulsory Course (LDCC) for Mathematics 9 and 10

Title:Math Essentials 10 Se 2nd Edit IonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.8 × 7.6 × 0.5 inPublished:August 1, 2011Publisher:McGraw Hill School IndigeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071340122

ISBN - 13:9780071340120


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Working for Our Money
Skills Practice 1: Connecting Units of Time
Skills Practice 2: Working With Large Numbers
1.2 Rates of Pay
Skills Practice 3: Place Value and Rounding
1.3 Take-Home Pay
Skills Practice 4: Working With Percents
1.4 You Deserve a Pay Raise
1.5 Can You Afford It?
Tech Tip: Creating Bar Graphs
Tech Tip: Creating Circle Graphs
Chapter 1 Review Task: Saving Up

Chapter 2 Spending Money Tuning Your Estimating Skills

Skills Practice 5: Understanding Percent
Skills Practice 6: 10% of Any Number
2.2 Clothing Sale
2.3 What Do I Owe?
2.4 The Price of Getting Fit
2.5 Graphs Can Be Misleading
Chapter 2 Review
Task: Party On

Chapter 3 Linear Measurement: Metric
3.1 Introduction to Metric Measure
3.2 Metric Lengths
Skills Practice 7: Ratios
3.3 A Matter of Scale
3.4 From Here to There
Chapter 3 Review
Task: Hiking the Bruce Trail

Chapter 4 Linear Measurement: Imperial
4.1 We Still Use Imperial
4.2 Reading Imperial Measures
Skills Practice 8: Rounding Imperial Measures
4.3 Measuring Imperial Lengths
Skills Practice 9: Converting Among Imperial Units
4.4 What’s the Distance?
4.5 Floor Plans
Chapter 4 Review
Task: Plan a Parking Lot

Chapter 5 Properties of Circles
5.1 Measuring Circles
5.2 How Are Circumference and Diameter Related?
5.3 More About Pi
Skills Practice 10: Using Pi to Calculate Circumference
5.4 Formulas for Circumference
Chapter 5 Review
Task: Bikes, Boards, and Blades

Chapter 6 Circles and Angles
6.1 Fractions of Circles
Skills Practice 11: Equivalent Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
6.2 Measures of Angles
6.3 Drawing Circle Graphs
6.4 Reading Circle Graphs
6.5 Angles and Directions
Chapter 6 Review
Task: Sports Survey

Chapter 7 Getting the Right Mix
7.1 Talk Ratio and Rate
Skills Practice 12: Equivalent Ratios
7.2 Party Mixes
7.3 The Artist in You
Skills Practice 13: Working With Line Graphs
7.4 Win, Lose, or Draw
Skills Practice 14: Three-Term Ratios
7.5 The Hard Facts on Concrete Mixing
7.6 Personal Spaces
7.7 Take a Number
7.8 Where Will It All Go?
7.9 Drive Green and Save
Tech Tip: Line Graphs

Chapter 8 Planning a Trip
8.1 Planning Trip Dates
8.2 Time Zones
Skills Practice 15: Crossing Time Zones
8.3 Getting There by Airplane
Skills Practice 16: Arrival Times
Skills Practice 17: Travel Times (12-h Clock)
8.4 Schedules and the 24-h Clock
Skills Practice 18: Travel Times (24-h Clock)
8.5 What’s the Temperature?
8.6 Making Smart Trip Decisions
Skills Practice 19: Relating Litres and U.S. Gallons
8.7 Choosing a Hotel
8.8 How Much Should I Bring?
Skills Practice 20: Relating Pounds and Kilograms
8.9 Making a Budget
Skills Practice 21: Converting Canadian and U.S. Dollars
Chapter 8 Review
Task: Plan a Trip

Chapter 9 Circles and Cylinders

9.1 Area of a Circle
9.2 Volume of a Cylinder
Skills Practice 22: Volume of Cylinders
Chapter 9 Review
Task: Packing Drums

Chapter 10 Gardens, Patios, and Pools

10.1 Measuring Gardens
10.2 Planning Gardens and Patios
10.3 Putting Borders on Gardens and Patios
10.4 Pools and Ponds
10.5 Shopping for Materials
Chapter 10 Review
Task: Design Your Own Garden