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Learn how to Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide

Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of two brand-new math topics: Addition and Subtraction and Multiplication and Division. We’ve offered these topics before, but we think that these new lessons have some really special features, including:

  • Interactive math problems. Each lesson includes many sets of solvable problems you can use to practice the skills you’ve just learned.

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  • Clickable slideshow explanations. Instead of videos, we created slideshows that let you explore math problems step by step. You can learn at the pace you want — and easily go back a step or two if you need to see something again.

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  • Interactive tools to help you solve problems. We’ve included a counting tool and number line to help you with addition and subtraction, as well as a times table for multiplication and division problems. No pencil or paper necessary!

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We hope that this can be a no-stress way for people to learn basic math concepts at their own pace. If you’re looking for more advanced math topics, don’t worry: we’ll have something for you soon. Over the course of 2013, we’ll be adding new math lessons in topics like fractions, percentages, geometry, and more! In the meantime, check out Addition and Subtraction and Multiplication and Division, and let us know what you think.

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Categorised in: GCFLearnfree.org, Math, News

2 Responses »

  1. Want to share a site where you can practice math.
    http://mathskillbuilder.org
    It is free, students love it.

  2. cant locate them in your article or blog

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