Currently, I am a 10-year old fifth grader, but I'm not sure what math topic to work on.

I have just finished working on pre-algebra. Anyone have suggestions for math topics?

I have just finished working on pre-algebra. Anyone have suggestions for math topics?

Anonymous4338 Jan 26, 2014

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Hi Anonymous4338,

I have been thinking about your question today. There are so many possibilities and I don't know what you can already do.

1) You could learn about Pythagoras's theorem. That is really important. If you do some googling you could even present the forum with a proof. That would be really cool

2) Are you comfortable with negative numbers? They are important.

3) I know that you can manipulate algebra a little bit but maybe some more of that (with equations) might be good.

4) After that I think you should look at number plane work.

Where are you getting your learning material from? There are some great sites around like__mathsisfun.com__ That is a really great site.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm

Also there are some really good you tube clips, but you usually need to know what you want first.

Another suggestion is that you look at other people's post in here and look at the answers. I know quite a few people learn this way.

It might also give you insight into what you would like to go off and learn more about yourself.

I hope that this helps.

Anonymous4338:Currently, I am a 10-year old fifth grader, but I'm not sure what math topic to work on.

I have just finished working on pre-algebra. Anyone have suggestions for math topics?

Hi Anonymous4338,

I have been thinking about your question today. There are so many possibilities and I don't know what you can already do.

1) You could learn about Pythagoras's theorem. That is really important. If you do some googling you could even present the forum with a proof. That would be really cool

2) Are you comfortable with negative numbers? They are important.

3) I know that you can manipulate algebra a little bit but maybe some more of that (with equations) might be good.

4) After that I think you should look at number plane work.

Where are you getting your learning material from? There are some great sites around like

http://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm

Also there are some really good you tube clips, but you usually need to know what you want first.

Another suggestion is that you look at other people's post in here and look at the answers. I know quite a few people learn this way.

It might also give you insight into what you would like to go off and learn more about yourself.

I hope that this helps.

Melody Jan 26, 2014