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# Math Lessons In PowerPoint: Geometry, Algebra & Math

View FOR FREE an extensive array of Math PowerPoint lessons for Geometry, Algebra and Basic Math.

These lessons may be taught in high school, middle school, and some in upper grades in elementary school.

The lessons teach in a step by step mode the solution of problems and the introduction of concepts.

In algebra students may learn about linear equations, quadratic equations, rational equations, exponential

equations, polynomials, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series.

They may understand in an easy and simple way how to work with conics like

parabolas, hyperbolas, ellipses, and circles. There is an excellent set of lessons for permutations, and

combinations, and independent, and dependent probability.

Geometry lessons are great in the way they present each one of the different theorems for angle relationships,

congruence in triangles, similarity and proportionality in triangles, regular and irregular polygon areas,

surface and volume in solids; all these in an engaging way for the students.

Basic math presents concepts going from concrete to abstract; so that the student may in a visually rich

way interiorize the basic concepts behind adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers,

decimals, and fractions. Applying all this to percents.

These lessons simplify planning for the teacher, since the PowerPoints in the original format are available

for purchase, and students may visit this site for free to review their lessons, and to take quizzes and solve puzzles.

These are great lesson plans for the geometry and algebra teacher.

These Math PowerPoint lessons have been fully tested in the classroom before being posted here.

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