# Junior High Software

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students are shown eight fraction representations and must choose three that add up to a given sum. Fractions are halves, fourths, and eighths.

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Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students manipulate weights on two balance beams to solve two simultaneous equations.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Given the English language version of a number (e.g. one thousand sixty-five and nine tenths) students must type in the numeral (e.g. 1065.9).

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. The program shows a series of 150 preset problems. Each problem has a blank, sectioned square and a given fraction goal. Students must shade the square correctly.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students use mental math and proportional thinking to find common percentages (10% 5% 1% 15%, etc.) of a given number.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students use coordinate graphing to guide a moving dot through a series of mazes. Think: coordinate graphing pinball.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students locate points on a number line. Problems deal with fractions, decimals, square roots, and/or absolute values.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students balance a beam by using positive and negative weights.

Middle-School (grades 5 through 9) math program written to provide skills in context. Students must place four quarters, four dimes, four nickels, and four pennies on a 4 by 4 grid so that the rows and columns sum to given values.

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