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hmhco.comSAXONHOMESCHOOLMiddle Grades SamplerMath 5/4, Math 6/5, Math 7/6, Math 8/7, and Algebra 1/2Math 5/4, Math 6/5, Math 7/6, Math 8/7, and Algebra ½ form a series of courses to movestudents from primary grades to algebra. Each course contains a series of daily lessonscovering all areas of general math. Each lesson presents a small portion of math content(called an increment) that builds on prior knowledge and understanding.Students are not required or expected to grasp a concept fully the first time it is presented.After an increment is introduced, it becomes a part of the student’s daily work for the restof the year. Students will have many opportunities to gain understanding and to achievemastery. This cumulative, continual practice ensures that students will retain what theyhave learned.This sampler includes materials that are representative of the Saxon math program,including samples of Lessons and Investigations.We hope these materials will assist you in your evaluation of the Saxon program.

Math 8/7Table of ContentsLesson 35, Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing DecimalNumbers . 64Lesson 65, Ratio Problems Involving Totals . 71Lesson 107, Slope . 77Investigation 5, Creating Graphs . 862

Math 8/7, Lesson 35Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 2353

Math 8/7, Lesson 35Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 2364

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Math 8/7, Lesson 65Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 44510

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Math 8/7, Lesson 107Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 74216

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Math 8/7, Lesson 107Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 75024

Math 8/7, Investigation 5Sample taken from Math 8/7 (Third Edition), page 34625

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SAXON HOMESCHOOL Middle Grades Sampler Math 5/4, Math 6/5, Math 7/6, Math 8/7, and Algebra 1/2 Math 5/4, Math 6/5, Math 7/6, Math 8/7, and Algebra ½ form a series of courses to move students from primary grades to algebra. Each course contains a series of daily les