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Math Success Deluxe


(PN: 46512)
Follow the Path to Math Success! - Grades 4 - 12

New Arrival!

Math Success Deluxe 2009 is the leading software for math education. Students learn to solve tough math problems, from the basics up to algebra and trigonometry. Math Success goes beyond textbook-style instruction with a new approach: peer tutors. These teen and pre-teen tutors capture the attention of students better than a traditional method of instruction ever could. Includes 13 subjects, over 350 activities, and over 2000 exercises. It has educator-endorsed, award-winning lessons that will improve your child's comprehension.

Skills Learned:

  • Additional Homework Tools
  • Math Basics
  • Intermediate Math
  • Algebra Concepts
  • Geometry and Trigonometry

Additional Homework Tools Complete school-assigned homework with over 30 helpful widgets. Each interactive widget illustrates a math concept while helping students solve problems.

Features Include:

  • Interactive Quick Reference Multiplication Table
  • Columnar Addition Helper
  • Long Multiplication Helper
  • Long Division Helper
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Approximater
  • Fraction Visualizer
  • Factor-Tree Wizard

Math Basics


Everything needed for a firm grasp of addition, including preparation for more advanced math concepts.

  • Addition able
  • Place Value
  • Number Alignment
  • Multi-digit Addition
  • Addition with Carrying
  • Why We Use a Base 10 System


Go beyond "take-aways" and learn about borrowing and difference with two interactive programs.

  • The Subtraction Table
  • Multi-digit Subtraction
  • Borrowing


Tips and quick activities make memorizing the multiplication table easy.

  • Multiplication Conceptualized with Sets of Objects
  • Multiplication Terminology
  • The Multiplication Table and Quick Memorization
  • Mirrored Pairs
  • Memorize These Ten Flash Cards
  • Multiplication by Powers of Ten
  • Amazing Multiplication by 11
  • Two-digit Multiplicand and One-digit Multiplier
  • Multi-digit Multiplicand and One-digit Multiplier
  • Long Multiplication with Multi-digit Multiplicands
  • Least Common Factor Wizard
  • Simulated Protractor
  • Simulated Compass
  • Word Problem Analyzer/Information Organizer
  • Quadratic Formula Cruncher
  • Probability Visualizer
  • Logarithmic Chart Tool
  • Applied Trig Wizard
  • and many more!

Intermediate Math


Cover the basics of division with these activities and practice exercises that offer hints, tips and tricks.

  • Division Terminology
  • Referring to the Multiplication Table
  • Simple Division
  • Long Division with One-digit Divisors
  • Remainders
  • Long Division with Multi-digit Divisors


Animated demonstrations show how to visualize, multiply and divide fractions.

  • Fractions Terminology
  • Visualizing Fractions
  • Common Divisors
  • Proper, Improper and Mixed
  • Remainders Represent Fractions
  • Multiplying Fractions
  • Dividing Fractions
  • Using Prime Factors to Simplify Fractions

Prime Factors

On-screen tutors describe prime factors in clear language. Included is the most efficient tool for determining prime numbers under 1,000,000.

  • Factoring Whole Numbers
  • Greatest Common Divisor
  • Least Common Multiple
  • Simple Algorithms

Working With Data

The world of chart comes alive with easy lessons that show how to use data.

  • Line Charts
  • Bar Charts
  • Pie Charts
  • Graphing Multivariate Data
  • Broken and Exaggerated Scales
  • Averages Introduced
  • Determining the Mean
  • Determining the Median

Algebra Concepts

Probability and Combinatronics

Engaging presentations show the history of probability and why it is important today.

  • Fundamental Counting Principle
  • Permutations
  • Factorial Notation
  • Using Factorials to Express Permutations
  • Combinations
  • Probability and Quantitative Representation (of Probability)
  • Sample Space and Independent Events
  • Probability Notation
  • Addition Rules of Probability
  • Checking for Valid Probability Range
  • Multiplication Rules of Probability
  • The Gambler's Fallacy


Tutors use algebraic building blocks to shape a foundation for exploring algebra.

  • Variables and Algebraic Notation
  • Algebraic Notation for Multiplication
  • Grouping Symbols
  • P.E.M.D.A.S. - The Order of Operations
  • P.E.M.D.A.S. - Applied to Variable Expressions
  • Evaluating Nested Grouping of Expressions
  • Typical Use of Variables in Word Problems
  • Use of Variables to Show Axioms and Theorems
  • Exponential Notation
  • Simplifying Square Roots
  • Positive and Negative Roots
  • Simplifying Higher Power Roots
  • Arithmetic Sequences (Linear Relationship)

Algebra 1

Lessons begin with simple equations then progress to advanced concepts of algebra.

  • Fulcrum Metaphor for Algebraic Equation
  • Adding or Subtracting in Algebraic Equations
  • Dividing in Algebraic Equations
  • Exponential Operations on Algebraic Equations
  • Solving Simple Equations
  • Linear Equations
  • Cartesian Coordinate System
  • Graphing Linear Equations
  • Point Slope Form of Linear Equation
  • X Intercept of Linear Equation
  • Y Intercept of Linear Equation
  • Graphing Simultaneous Linear Equations
  • Solving Simultaneous Linear Equations by Substitution
  • Cramer's Rule for Simultaneous Linear Equations
  • Rules of Exponents
  • Rules of Roots

Algebra II

Students tackle the toughest algebra problems with thorough lessons.

  • Polynomial Expressions Trinomial Expressions and Quadratic Equations
  • Graphing Quadratic Equations
  • Parabolic
  • Factoring Trinomials
  • Trinomial Perfect Squares
  • Trinomial Difference of Squares
  • The Quadratic Formula
  • Algebraic Long Division
  • Exponential Functions
  • Graphing Exponential Functions
  • Logarithms

Geometry and Trigonometry


Shapes and area dominate lessons about this important field of mathematics.

  • Points and Lines
  • Planes and Intersections
  • Segments and Rays
  • Angles Congruent and Right Triangles
  • Polygons, Trapezoids and Circles Perimeter
  • Area of Geometric Shapes
  • Volume of Common Geometric Objects
  • Loci and Symmetry
  • Geometric Proofs - Semantics and Construction
  • Pythagorean Theorem
  • Midpoint Theorem


Virtual tutors and interactive demonstrations help students through some of the most advanced and difficult mathematical concepts.

  • angles and Degrees
  • Trigonometric Functions
  • Radian Measure
  • Angular Velocity
  • Pythagorean Identities
  • Inverse Sine and Inverse Cosine
  • Inverse Tangent
  • Graphing inverse Functions
  • De Moivre's Theorem
  • Polar Coordinates

Ages: 9 +

Publisher:  TOPICS Entertainment

Windows Requirements
  • Windows XP or Vista
  • Pentium III or equivalent processor
  • 512 MB of RAM
  • 500 MB free Hard Drive space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 1024 x 768 resolution, 16-bit color
  • QuickTime 5.02 or higher
  • Sound Card and speakers recommended
  • Printer recommended
  • Optional: Microphone (not included)
  • Internet access recommended

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