8th Grade Math
 Course type: Selfpaced
 Available Lessons: 98
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Course Summary
If you're a student, teacher or parent who needs a helpful 8th grade math study resource, check out this mobilefriendly and selfpaced math course. The course's video lessons and interactive quizzes are great options for test preparation, homework help, tutoring and much more.to start this course today
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About This Course
Study 8th grade math concepts anytime and anywhere with this helpful math course. Taught by subject matter experts, this course is designed to present 8th grade math topics in an engaging and easytounderstand manner. You can expect to study number theory, linear equations, geographical transformations, geometry basics and other essential math concepts.
The course comes with selfassessment quizzes to help you solidify your understanding of the material. Our instructors are happy to answer your questions, and you can access the course on any device that has an Internet connection.
Course Uses
This flexible and convenient math course has a variety of uses and benefits.
 8th grade students can use this course as a handy textbook supplement and test preparation resource.
 Parents can tutor their students with the course's video lessons, quizzes and chapter exams.
 The course can help any independent learner who wants to study basic math concepts whenever they have spare time.
 Math instructors can supplement their math curriculum with the course's lessons, transcripts and assessments.
Course Topics
 Number theory and systems
 Solving realworld math problems
 Algebraic equations and expressions
 Line and inequality graphing
 Linear equations and proportional relationships
 Systems of linear equations
 Graphical transformations
 The geometry of similar and congruent figures
 Triangle properties
 Threedimensional objects
 Calculating and evaluating probability
 Graphing and measuring statistical distributions
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