Davis's Basic Math Review for Nurses: with Step-by-Step by Vicki Raines

By Vicki Raines

A route to conquering the mathematics abilities crucial for nursing success...and decreasing the anxieties math frequently induces! step-by-step, ability by means of skill...students development from easy to advanced calculations, development their proficiencies and trying out it alongside the way in which. It s ideal for direction assessment and fast reference.

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4,329 × 73 8. 4,218 × 27 9. 7,516 × 254 10. 784 × 638 11. 71 × 80 12. 62 × 40 13. 31 × 90 14. 471 × 20 15. 891 × 30 16. 710 × 806 17. 123 × 302 18. 1002 , × 123 19. 801 × 497 20. 4 Dividing Whole Numbers In this section, we will review: • • • • division terminology remainders long division estimating when dividing Division Terminology The terms used in division problems are dividend (the number being divided), divisor (the number you are dividing by), and quotient (the answer). Division problems may be written in either of two formats.

Now, estimate: 60 × 3 = 180. However, 180 is too large, so try 2. Think, 60 × 2 = 120. Write the 2 above the 7 in 1,670. Multiply: 2 × 63 = 126. Write 126 under 167. Subtract: 167 − 126 = 41. Bring down the 0. Notice that you now have 410. STEP 2. Divide: Think about 410 ÷ 63. Use an estimate— 6 × 70 = 420. However, 420 is too large, so try 6 x 60 = 360. Write a 6 above the 0 in 1,670. Multiply: 6 × 3 = 18. Write 8 under the 0 in 410. Carry the 1 and write it above 6 in the divisor, 63. Then multiply: 6 × 6 = 36.

5 2. Multiply one or both fractions by a fractional form of 1, like, , 5 so equivalent fractions formed have the same denominator. Example 2: 1 5 + 3 8 STEP 1. Observe that the LCD of 3 and 8 is 24 since they have no common factors. 1 8 by 3 8 to form an equivalent fraction that has a 5 3 denominator of 24. And multiply by to 3 8 form an equivalent fraction that has a STEP 2. Form equivalent fractions. Multiply 3 • 8 = 24 The LCD is 24. 1 3 5 + 8 • • 8 8 = 8 24 3 15 = 3 24 denominator of 24. STEP 3.

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