# Practical Math Dictionary

\$27.95

This tool-box sized Dictionary is packed cover to cover with instructions for how to do virtually anything in math. Charts, tables, diagrams, and reference guides make explanations clear, and make it easy to learn what you need to know.

Paperbound; Non-consumable

7.4 x 5.8″; 406 pages

# Chenier’s Practical Math Dictionary

#### by Norman Chenier

What do you do when you need to know how to perform a forgotten
(or never learned) math operation?

Where can you find how to solve tricky math problems?

It’s all in Chenier’s Practical Math Dictionary, of course!

Do your students ask how they will ever use what they learn in math? Do you sometimes wonder? I always wondered, too, but when I encountered Chenier’s Practical Math Dictionary and Application Guide I began to see what math was for. Together, these focused, practical resources showed me exactly how to use math in real-life applications. No matter what sort of math operation you need to do, you are likely to find the instructions and formulas you need in this handy reference book.

### What’s in the Practical Math Dictionary?

This tool-box sized Dictionary is packed from cover to cover with instructions for how to do virtually anything in math. Charts, tables, diagrams, and reference guides make explanations clear, and make it easy to find what you need to know. Definitions are presented as “Tasks” and “Apply It” Modules provide additional information or practice in key techniques. Some tasks even have “Trick of the Trade” methods, which are alternate formulas or ways of solving the problem.

The Practical Math Dictionary includes detailed instructions for using

• Whole numbers
• Fractions, decimals, and percents
• Ratio and proportion
• Powers and roots
• Algebra equations and formulas
• Plane geometry and solid geometry
• Basic trigonometry
• Measurements
• Geometric figures with protractor, compass, and layout square
• Squaring and leveling
• Conversion charts, glossary, and index

### How to use the Math Dictionary

2. Turn to the correct page or task number.
3. Follow the instructions for finding a solution.

You may also use the detailed index to guide you to the correct task.

Whether you enter a trade or go on to college, having these two resources on your reference shelf is like having a mathematical version of Webster’s Dictionary and Roget’s Thesaurus on your shelf. And if you’re a homeschool mom, just imagine how wonderful it will be to have a Math Dictionary you can turn to for all those pesky questions!