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Author: Stephan Hake Publisher: Harcourt Achieve ISBN: 9781591417835 Buy the book

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## Saxon Math Course 1

Saxon Math Course 1 is a comprehensive math textbook designed for 6th or 7th-grade students, intended to be used after the completion of either Saxon Math 6/5 or Intermediate 5. Saxon Math uses a spiral approach, employing incremental development of new math concepts and continuous review of previous concepts. This book consists of 120 lessons plus 10 investigations organized into 12 sections covering topics such as order of operations, functions and coordinate graphing, integers, number lines, decimal place value, exponential expressions, prime factorization, finding the percent of a number, rounding decimal numbers, geometric solids, and more (see table of contents below).

Each lesson includes practice exercises and problem sets, along with cumulative reviews to ensure students have a firm understanding of previously covered material. The book provides ample opportunities for students to develop their problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities, making it a valuable resource for both teachers and students. Additionally, the book includes real-world applications of mathematical concepts, encouraging students to see the relevance of math in everyday life. Overall, the book aims to prepare students for more advanced math courses in the future.

Note: This book appears to have been discontinued by the publisher. My Math Assistant recommends using Math 7/6 instead of Course 1 as they are extremely similar.

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## Table of Contents

Lesson 1 - Adding and Subtracting With Whole Numbers and Money - Fact Families |

Lesson 2 - Multiplying and Dividing With Whole Numbers and Money - Fact Families |

Lesson 3 - Missing Numbers Addition and Subtraction |

Lesson 4 - Missing Numbers Multiplication and Division |

Lesson 5 - Order of Operations, Part 1 |

Lesson 6 - Fractional Parts |

Lesson 7 - Lines, Segments, and Rays - Linear Measure |

Lesson 8 - Perimeter |

Lesson 9 - Number Line - Ordering and Comparing |

Lesson 10 - Sequences - Scales |

Investigation 1 - Frequency Tables - Histograms - Surveys |

Lesson 11 - Problems About Combining - Problems About Separating |

Lesson 12 - Place Value Through Trillions - Multistep Problems |

Lesson 13 - Problems About Comparing - Elapsed-Time Problems |

Lesson 14 - The Number Line - Negative Numbers |

Lesson 15 - Problems About Equal Groups |

Lesson 16 - Rounding Whole Numbers - Estimating |

Lesson 17 - The Number Line - Fractions and Mixed Numbers |

Lesson 18 - Average - Line Graphs |

Lesson 19 - Factors - Prime Numbers |

Lesson 20 - Greatest Common Factor (GCF) |

Investigation 2 - Investigating Fractions with Manipulatives |

Lesson 21 - Divisibility |

Lesson 22 - Equal Groups Stories with Fractions |

Lesson 23 - Ratio |

Lesson 24 - Adding and Subtracting Fractions That Have Common Denominators |

Lesson 25 - Writing Divison Answers as Mixed Numbers - Multiples |

Lesson 26 - Using Manipulatives to Reduce Fractions - Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers |

Lesson 27 - Measures of a Circle |

Lesson 28 - Angles |

Lesson 29 - Multiplying Fractions - Reducing Fractions by Dividing by Common Factors |

Lesson 30 - Least Common Multiple (LCM) - Reciprocals |

Investigation 3 - Measuring and Drawing Angles with a Protractor |

Lesson 31 - Areas of Rectangles |

Lesson 32 - Expanded Notation - More on Elapsed Time |

Lesson 33 - Writing Percents as Fractions, Part 1 |

Lesson 34 - Decimal Place Value |

Lesson 35 - Writing Decimal Numbers as Fractions, Part 1 - Reading and Writing Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 36 - Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers from Whole Numbers |

Lesson 37 - Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 38 - Adding and Subtracting Decimal Numbers and Whole Numbers - Squares and Square Roots |

Lesson 39 - Multiplying Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 40 - Using Zero as a Placeholder - Circle Graphs |

Investigation 4 - Collecting, Organizing, Displaying, and Interpreting Data |

Lesson 41 - Finding a Percent of a Number |

Lesson 42 - Renaming Fractions by Multiplying by 1 |

Lesson 43 - Equivalent Division Problems - Missing-Number Problems with Fractions and Decimals |

Lesson 44 - Simplifying Decimal Numbers - Comparing Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 45 - Dividing a Decimal Number by a Whole Number |

Lesson 46 - Writing Decimal Numbers in Expanded Notation - Mentally Multiplying Decimal Numbers by 10 and by 100 |

Lesson 47 - Circumference - Pi |

Lesson 48 - Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Regrouping, Part 1 |

Lesson 49 - Dividing by a Decimal Number |

Lesson 50 - Decimal Number Line (Tenths) - Dividing by a Fraction |

Investigation 5 - Displaying Data |

Lesson 51 - Rounding Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 52 - Mentally Dividing Decimal Numbers by 10 and by 100 |

Lesson 53 - Decimals Chart - Simplifying Fractions |

Lesson 54 - Reducing by Grouping Factors Equal to 1 - Dividing Fractions |

Lesson 55 - Common Denominators, Part 1 |

Lesson 56 - Common Denominators, Part 2 |

Lesson 57 - Adding and Subtracting Fractions - Three Steps |

Lesson 58 - Probability and Chance |

Lesson 59 - Adding Mixed Numbers |

Lesson 60 - Polygons |

Investigation 6 - Attributes of Geometric Solids |

Lesson 61 - Adding Three or More Fractions |

Lesson 62 - Writing Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions |

Lesson 63 - Subtracting Mixed Numbers with Regrouping, Part 2 |

Lesson 64 - Classifying Quadrilaterals |

Lesson 65 - Prime Factorization - Division by Primes - Factor Trees |

Lesson 66 - Multiplying Mixed Numbers |

Lesson 67 - Using Prime Factorization to Reduce Fractions |

Lesson 68 - Dividing Mixed Numbers |

Lesson 69 - Lengths of Segments - Complementary and Supplementary Angles |

Lesson 70 - Reducing Fractions Before Multiplying |

Investigation 7 - The Coordinate Plane |

Lesson 71 - Parallelograms |

Lesson 72 - Fractions Chart - Multiplying Three Fractions |

Lesson 73 - Exponents - Writing Decimal Numbers as Fractions, Part 2 |

Lesson 74 - Writing Fractions as Decimal Numbers |

Lesson 75 - Writing Fractions and Decimals as Percents, Part 1 |

Lesson 76 - Comparing Fractions by Converting to Decimal Form |

Lesson 77 - Finding Unstated Information in Fraction Problems |

Lesson 78 - Capacity |

Lesson 79 - Area of a Triangle |

Lesson 80 - Using Scale Factor to Solve Ratio Problems |

Investigation 8 - Geometric Construction of Bisectors |

Lesson 81 - Arithmetic with Units of Measure |

Lesson 82 - Volume of a Rectangular Prism |

Lesson 83 - Proportions |

Lesson 84 - Order of Operations, Part 2 |

Lesson 85 - Using Cross Products to Solve Proportions |

Lesson 86 - Area of a Circle |

Lesson 87 - Finding Missing Factors |

Lesson 88 - Using Proportions to Solve Ratio Problems |

Lesson 89 - Estimating Square Roots |

Lesson 90 - Measuring Turns |

Investigation 9 - Experimental Probability |

Lesson 91 - Geometric Formulas |

Lesson 92 - Expanded Notation and Order of Operations with Exponents - Powers of Fractions |

Lesson 93 - Classifying Triangles |

Lesson 94 - Writing Fractions and Decimals as Percents, Part 2 |

Lesson 95 - Reducing Units Before Multiplying |

Lesson 96 - Functions - Graphing Functions |

Lesson 97 - Transversals |

Lesson 98 - Sum of Angle Measures of Triangles and Quadrilaterals |

Lesson 99 - Fraction-Decimal-Percent Equivalents |

Lesson 100 - Algebraic Addition of Integers |

Investigation 10 - Compound Experiments |

Lesson 101 - Ratio Problems Involving Totals |

Lesson 102 - Mass and Weight |

Lesson 103 - Perimeter of Complex Shapes |

Lesson 104 - Algebraic Addition Activity |

Lesson 105 - Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems |

Lesson 106 - Two-Step Equations |

Lesson 107 - Area of Complex Shapes |

Lesson 108 - Transformations |

Lesson 109 - Corresponding Parts - Similar Triangles |

Lesson 110 - Symmetry |

Investigation 11 - Scale Factor: Scale Drawings and Models |

Lesson 111 - Applications Using Division |

Lesson 112 - Multiplying and Dividing Integers |

Lesson 113 - Adding and Subtracting Mixed Measures - Multiplying by Powers of Ten |

Lesson 114 - Unit Multipliers |

Lesson 115 - Writing Percents as Fractions, Part 2 |

Lesson 116 - Compound Interest |

Lesson 117 - Find a Whole When a Fraction is Known |

Lesson 118 - Estimating Area |

Lesson 119 - Finding a Whole When a Percent Is Known |

Lesson 120 - Volume of a Cylinder |

Investigation 12 - Volume and Surface Area of Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders, and Cones |

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