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Adventures in Space Science Mathematics
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Audience: Educators
Grades: 7-9

This series of 15 problems provides real-life applications of mathematics in the study of the sun and Earth as a system. Through mathematics and reading activities, students learn how to search for trends and correlations in data; extract the average, maximum and minimum from data; use scientific notation to work with very large and very small numbers; use a scale drawing to estimate the size of an aurora; use the Pythagorean theorem to calculate magnetic field strength; and use simple equations to convert raw data into physical quantities.

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More booklets in this series:
Space Math I
Space Math II
Space Math III
Space Math IV
Space Math V
Space Math VI
Space Math VII
Algebra 2 With Space Science Applications
Astrobiology Math
Black Hole Math
Earth Math
Electromagnetic Math
Exploring Planetary Moons
Exploring Stars in the Milky Way
Exploring the Lunar Surface
Exploring the Milky Way
Image Scale Math
Lunar Math
Magnetic Math
Mars Math
Radiation Math
Remote Sensing Math
Solar Math
Space Weather Math
Transit Math