Fractions books
There are many fractions books. However, only one is good enough to be called "Illustrated Frations" and this is the only book you will ever need to
master fractions once and for all.
Hi and thank you for visiting my website today. My name is Jetser Carasco.
Quick things about me:
Favorite sports to play and watch: ping pong, soccer, and basketball
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Places I have been: Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico, England, Haiti, and SaintMartin
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I am also a math teacher and I have more than 8 years experience teaching mathematics in Massachusetts.
I have had licences in math and as a special educator
I no longer teach in the classroo. I now teach rigt here on my math site with my math lessons.
I attended the University of Massachusetts Boston where I graduated with a math major and the University of Antilles Guyane (Guadeloupe, France) where I also graduated with a double major in math and computer science.
For the past two years I have been working on one of the best fractions book out there, if not the best.
The book's strength is based on the following approach:
 Logical development. You will know exactly where you are and where I want to
to take you. No words are wasted!
 The book starts off with all the essentials of number theory concepts that are
crucial in understanding and solving fractions problems quickly.
 The use of strong modeling with rectangles, circles, portions of circles, and
other graphs to make fractions intuitive, visual, spatial, and concrete.
 Topnotch, free resources such as fractions calculator and games at the end
of each lesson to apply and pratice the lesson you just learned.
 Quick facts or shortcuts are given using number theory.
You can see a free sample from Google Books before you buy. Check this out below. Do not let its simple design fool you.
Even if you know fractions, you have never seen fractions as presented here in my book.
The end result after you have read my entire book is something you do not want to miss.

Mar 06, 17 11:44 AM
Learn to divide using repeated subtraction with this easy to follow math lesson
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