CC Math

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CC Math
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CC Classical Conversations Cycle one two three Math
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Classical Conversations Math memory work
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  1. Teaspoons and Tablespoons
    • 3 teaspoons (tsp.)=1 tablespoon (Tbsp.)
    • 2 tablespoons (Tbsp.)=1 fluid ounce (fl. oz.)
  2. Liquid Equivalents
    • 8 fluid ounces (fl. oz.)=1 cup (c.)
    • 2 cups (c.)=1 pint (pt.)
    • 2 pints (pt.)=1 quart (qt.)
    • 4 quarts (qt.)=1 gallon (gal.)
  3. Linear Equivalents
    • 2.54 centimeters (cm)=1 inch (in.)
    • 12 inches (in.)=1 foot (ft.)
    • 5, 280 feet (ft.)=1 mile (mi.)
  4. Metric Measurements
    • 10 millimeters (mm)=1 centimeter (cm)
    • 100 centimeters (cm)=1 meter (m)
    • 1,000 meters (m)=1 kilometer (km)
  5. The AREA of a RECTANGLE
    The area of a rectangle equals length times width.
  6. The AREA of a SQUARE
    The area of a square equals length of its side squared.
  7. The AREA of a TRIANGLE
    The area of a triangle equals one-half base times height.
  8. The Distributive Law
    • The Distributive Law states:
    • a(b+c)=ab+ac
  9. Squares to 15x15
    1   4   9   16   25   36   49   64   81   100   121   144   169   196   225
  10. The CIRCUMFERRENCE of a CIRCLE
    The circumference of a circle equals two times pi (3.14) times the radius.
  11. The AREA of a CIRCLE
    The area of a circle equals pi (3.14) times the radius squared.
  12. The Associative Law
    • The Associative Law for addition:
    • (a+b)+c=a+(b+c)

    • The Associative Law for multiplication:
    • (a×b)×c=a×(b×c)
  13. The Commutative Law
    • The Commutative Law for addition:
    • a+b=b+a

    • The Commutative Law for multiplication:
    • a×b=b×a
  14. Cubes to 10×10×10
    1   8   27   64   125   216   343   512   729   1000
  15. The Identity Law
    • The Identity Law for addition states:
    • a+0=a

    • The Identity Law for multiplication states:
    • a×1=a

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