What math is taught in 8th grade
Mathematics 8th grade
Here you will find an overview of the math content of the 8th grade. An important note on this: Depending on the country / federal state, there are some differences in the curricula.
A list of links to the respective areas now follows. Below the links you will find a more detailed description of the content.
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Math grade 8
geometry: Geometric shapes, volumes and surfaces of bodies, angles, reflections, symmetries, congruence of figures, straight lines, thales set, etc. This is what geometry is concerned with. Some of the content is already available with us and is also dealt with in the 8th grade of the school. Details on this in the Geometry chapter.
Fractions: You can learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions in the chapter on fractions. This area of mathematics is often covered through eighth grade. To the fraction calculation overview.
Equations: How do you solve simple equations? We address this question in our related article. You will learn how to solve an equation for an unknown. Continue to the article Equations.
Systems of linear equations: In addition to simple equations, there are whole systems of equations. You will learn how to solve these in our area of linear systems of equations.
Inequalities: In addition to equations, there are also so-called inequalities. Our article explains what this is all about. Go to the article inequalities.
Fractional equations / fraction inequalities: Sometimes the fraction equation or fraction inequality already occurs in class 8 mathematics.
Variables and formulas: What is a variable actually? What is a formula We answer these questions in our article "Variables and Formulas". We also go into their applications. Continue to the article Variables and Formulas.
Stochastics: Pupils from the 8th grade onwards deal with the basics of probability theory. You can see our available articles for this area in our Stochastics section.
Rule of three: Pupils mostly deal with the rule of three in the 7th grade or 8th grade. You can read about proportional and anti-proportional correlations in the article rule of three.
Functions: We deal with different types of functions and what they look like in the section Functions. Go to the functions area.
Percentage calculation: When it comes to money and interest, you can hardly ignore the percentage calculation. You will find the percentage calculation area with us.
Interest bill: Some of the 8th grade students deal with the interest calculation and compound interest. More on this in our article interest calculation or the article compound interest
Binomial formulas: We explain the use of binomial formulas and their purpose in our article on binomial formulas. Follow the link to the binomial formulas.
Coordinate systems: The basics of the coordinate systems are partly discussed in the 8th grade. You can find information on this in the article Coordinate Systems.
Pythagorean theorem: Even people who have nothing to do with mathematics know the Pythagorean theorem. You can find more information on this in the article Theorem of Pythagoras.
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