8th grade (U.S.)

8th grade is all about tackling the meat of algebra and getting exposure to some of the foundational concepts in geometry. If you get this stuff (and you should because you're incredibly persistent), the rest of your life will be easy. Okay, maybe not your whole life, but at least your mathematical life. Seriously, if you really get the equations and functions stuff we cover here, most of high school will feel intuitive, even relaxing. (Content was selected for this grade level based on a typical curriculum in the United States.)
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Numbers and operations

Math is all about numbers (like 89 and 3.14) and operations (like addition and multiplication). In these tutorials, we learn about a some new types of numbers and some new types of operations.
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Welcome to 8th grade

We're about to start our eighth grade journey! Before we start, let's brush up on core math concepts from seventh grade.

Negative exponents

It's normally a bad idea to hang around with negative people or do negative things, but we think it's OK to associate with negative exponents. As a matter of fact, we'll learn that positive and negative exponents have quite the opposite effect on their bases.

Scientific notation intro

Scientists and engineers often deal with super huge numbers like 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 and super small numbers like 0.0000000000532. How can they do this without tiring their hands out? How can they look at a number and understand how large or small it is without counting the digits? The answer to both questions: scientific notation.