# Arithmetic the Easy Way

Barron's Educational Series, 2006 - Mathematics - 458 pages
Everybody uses arithmetic on virtually a daily basis, and this book serves as a handy brush-up for general readers while it also helps students master basic skills that they need before moving up to high-school-level math and beyond. It reviews addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, then moves on to calculating with fractions, decimals, and percentages. A concluding chapter reviews units of measurement and word problems. Chapters are filled with short practice exercises, all of which are answered at the back of the book. The book features many tables, charts, and line illustrations. Barron's Easy Way books introduce a variety of academic and practical subjects to students and general readers in clear, understandable language. Ideal as self-teaching manuals for readers interested in learning a new career-related skill, these books have also found widespread classroom use as supplementary texts and brush-up test-preparation guides. Subject heads and key phrases that need to be learned are set in a second color.

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this book has really helped me if you need to improve your math skills and need easy instruction this is the book you need.

### Contents

 It All Adds Up 19 Take It Away Subtraction 63 Remember Those Times? Multiplication 93 Lets Divide It Up 131 The Important PartsFractions 169 Piece by PieceAdding Fractions 201 201 Subtracting Fractions 235 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 269
 Whats the Point? Decimals 305 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 327 Multiplying Decimals 355 Dividing Decimals 371 Percents 405 Measurement 435 Index 455 Copyright