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Course SummaryHelp yourself remember mathematics fundamentals by using the flashcard sets in this collection to go over equations and concepts for algebra, calculus and more. By reviewing these flashcards, you can quickly find out which math topics you know and which ones you need to study in order to succeed on a mathematics exam.
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About These Flashcards
If you need to refresh your memory about certain math terms, try going through this collection of flashcards. Each set focuses on a different mathematical topic, allowing you to master the information strategically. There are many math flashcard sets available, and some of the covered topics are as follows:
- Number operations
- Children-focused math flashcards
How Flashcards Help
- Student engagement: Provides a more interactive way to learn about number operations in connection to solving problems.
- Additional resources: Search for related math lessons on the site to view a short lesson in order to get context and detail for each flashcard topic.
- Mobile-friendly: Access these sets any time from any mobile device to quiz yourself for an upcoming test, homework help or simply to learn more about the formulas used in algebra, geometry, calculus, and more.
- Self-monitoring: Go through each set and test yourself on the geometric shapes, algebraic equations, and number concepts, and mark flashcards that you get correct or miss to keep track of your comprehension and progress.
How They Work
It's easy to let stress and anxiety make your mind go blank, but if you run drills with these math flashcards, you will have a better chance of recalling the important steps you need to know for recognizing terms and solving equations.
- Go to a chapter that covers the math topics you need to learn.
- Open a flashcard set for the topic you're studying.
- Identify the equation, term, or mathematical concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
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