Junior High School Mathematics, Book 2

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H. Holt, 1919 - Mathematics
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Contents

Operations Used in Solving Equations
22
Solving Equations
25
Translating Sentences into Equations
26
Solving Problems by Using Equations
29
Parentheses
32
The Order of Factors
33
Exponents and Powers
34
Multiplying a Polynomial by a Monomial
35
Multiplication by a Polynomial
36
Definition of Division
37
Division of a Polynomial by a Monomial
38
Solving Formulas
39
SQUARE ROOT AND ITS APPLICATIONS 25 To Find the Length of One Side of a Square Whose Area Is Known
45
To Find the Square Root of Larger Numbers by Factoring
46
The Square of the Sum of Two Numbers
47
The Number of Orders in the Square of a Number
50
Finding the Squares of Units Tens and Hundreds
51
To Find the Square Root of Any Integer
52
To Find the Square Root of a Decimal Fraction
53
The Square Root of a Common Fraction
55
Relation between the Sides and the Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle
57
Finding Square Roots Graphically
61
CHAPTER IV
64
Specific Gravity
66
Dividing a Number into Parts Having a Given Ratio
70
Proportion
72
Proportional Lines
73
Similar Figures
74
Ratio of Areas of Similar Figures
80
CHAPTER V
85
Board Measure
86
Volumes of Rectangular Solids
89
Volumes of Prisms and Cylinders
92
Area of the Surfaces of Prisms and Cylinders
96
Volume and Surface of a Pyramid
99
Volume and Surface of a Cone
102
Volume and Surface of a Sphere
105
CHAPTER VI
110
Adding Signed Numbers
112
Subtraction of Signed Numbers
114
Applications of Addition and Subtraction of Signed Numbers
115
Multiplication of Signed Numbers
117

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