# How to Find Square Root

Below is the series on Finding Square Root. Here we will learn how to find square root of any number without a calculator. All links point videos on the Sipnayan Youtube channel.  The link to the complete Playlist can be found here.

SQRT1: How to Find the Square Root of Any Number without a Calculator 1
SQRT2: How to Find the Square Root of Any Number without a Calculator 2
SQRT3: How to Find the Square Root of Any Number without a Calculator 3

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# Set Tutorial Series

Below are the tutorials on Sets. All links point videos on the Sipnayan Youtube channel.  The link to the complete Playlist can be found here.

Part 1: Introduction to Sets
Part 2: Roster Method and Set Builder Notation
Part 3: The Cardinality of Sets
Part 4: Summary 1: Sets, Notation, Cardinality
Part 5: The Universal Set
Part 6: Representing Sets with Venn Diagrams
Part 7: Subsets and Proper Subsets
Part 8: Equal and Equivalent Sets
Part 9: One-to-One Correspondence
Part 10: Union of Sets
Part 11: Intersection of Sets
Part 12: Union and Intersection of Sets (Practice Exercise)
Part 13: Difference Between Sets
Part 14: Complement of a Set

# Exercise on Addition of Similar Fractions

1.) $\dfrac {1}{5} + \dfrac {2}{5}$

2.) $\dfrac {3}{8} + \dfrac {1}{8}$

3.) $\dfrac {1}{7} + \dfrac {2}{7} + \dfrac {3}{7}$

4.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {1}{6}$

5.) $\dfrac {5}{12} + \dfrac {11}{12}$

6.) $\dfrac {7}{3} + \dfrac {2}{3}$

7.) $\dfrac {2}{15} + \dfrac {5}{15}$

8.) $\dfrac {2}{9} + \dfrac {3}{9} + \dfrac {1}{9}$

9.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {3}{6}$

10.) $4 \dfrac {1}{4} + 2 \dfrac {3}{4}$

1.) $\dfrac {1}{5} + \dfrac {2}{5}$ $= \dfrac {3}{5}$

2.) $\dfrac {3}{8} + \dfrac {1}{8}$ $= \dfrac {4}{8} = \dfrac {1}{2}$

3.) $\dfrac {1}{7} + \dfrac {2}{7} + \dfrac {3}{7}$ $= \dfrac {6}{7}$

4.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {1}{6}$ $= \dfrac {6}{6} = 1$

5.) $\dfrac {5}{12} + \dfrac {11}{12}$ $= \dfrac {16}{12} = 1 \dfrac {4}{12} = 1 \dfrac {1}{4}$

6.) $\dfrac {7}{3} + \dfrac {2}{3}$ $= \dfrac {9}{3} = 3$

7.) $\dfrac {2}{15} + \dfrac {5}{15}$ $= \dfrac {7}{15}$

8.) $\dfrac {2}{9} + \dfrac {3}{9} + \dfrac {1}{9}$ $= \dfrac {6}{9} = \dfrac {2}{3}$

9.) $\dfrac {5}{6} + \dfrac {3}{6}$ $= \dfrac {8}{6} = 2 \dfrac {2}{6} = 2 \dfrac {1}{3}$

10.) $4 \dfrac {1}{4} + 2 \dfrac {3}{4}$ $= 6 \dfrac {3}{4}$

# RND06 Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Hundredth

In this Tagalog math tutorial video, we are going to learn how to round numbers to the nearest hundredth. Watch the video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers hundredth.

1.) 0.352

2.) 0.529

3.) 4.534

4.) 1.579

5.) 12.835

1.) 0.35

2.) 0.53

3.) 4.53

4.) 1.58

5.) 12.84

# RND05 Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Tenth

In this Tagalog math tutorial video, we are going to learn how to round numbers to the nearest tenth. Watch the video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers tenth.

1.) 0.43

2.) 0.87

3.) 9.42

4.) 1.57

5.) 12.672

1.) 0.4

2.) 0.9

3.) 9.4

4.) 1.6

5.) 12.7

# RND04 Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Thousand

In this Tagalog math tutorial video, we are going to learn how to round numbers to the nearest thousand. Watch the video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers thousand.

1.) 1259

2.) 2651

3.) 7811

4.) 6500

5.) 11235

1.) 1000

2.) 3000

3.) 8000

4.) 7000

5.) 11000

# RND03 Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Hundred

In this Tagalog math tutorial video, we are going to learn how to round numbers to the nearest hundred. Watch the Tagalog math tutorial video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers ten.

1.) 128

2.) 461

3.) 150

4.) 322

5.) 1549

1.) 100

2.) 500

3.) 200

4.) 300

5.) 1500

# RND02 How to Round Numbers to the Nearest Ten

In this Tagalog math tutorial video, we are going to learn how to round numbers to the nearest ten. Watch the Tagalog math tutorial video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers ten.

1.) 92

2.) 47

3.) 112

4.) 385

5.) 1237

1.) 90

2.) 50

3.) 110

4.) 390

5.) 1240

# RND01 Introduction to Rounding Numbers

In this video, we are going to learn about rounding numbers to a nearest place value. Rounding numbers is used for approximation particularly large and small numbers or quantities. Watch the Tagalog math tutorial video above and then answer the exercises below. The complete video playlist of the Sipnayan tutorials on Rounding numbers can be found here.

Practice Exercise

Round the following numbers.

1.) 85 to the nearest ten

2.) 122 to the nearest ten

3.) 234 to the nearest hundred

4.) 482 to the nearest hundred

5.) 1321 to the nearest thousand

1.) 90

2.) 120

3.) 200

4.) 500

5.) 1000

# How to Compare Fractions Part 3

This is the third part of our series on comparing fractions (watch part 1 and part 2). In this video, we learn about how to compare similar and dissimilar fractions by geometric approximation. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

Draw a line segment and determine the approximate location of the following fractions

1.) 3/4

2.) 5/6

3.) 3/7

4.) Which is larger, 4/5 or 3/4?

5.) Which is smaller, 7/10 or 5/6?

4.) 4/5

5.) 5/6

# How to Compare Fractions Part 2

This is the second part of our series on comparing fractions (watch part 1 and part 3). In this video, we learn about how to compare similar and dissimilar fractions. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) Give a fraction that is larger than 4/9.

2.) Which is larger, 5/6 or 5/7?

3.) Which is smaller, 3/5 or 4/7?

4.) Which is the largest among 7/9, 5/9, 6/7?

5.) Arrange the fractions in 4 in ascending order.

2.) 5/6

3.) 3/5

4.) 6/7

5.) 5/9, 7/9, 6/7

# How to Compare Fractions Part 1

This is the first part of our series on comparing fractions (watch part 2 and part 3). In this video, we learn about how to compare similar and dissimilar fractions. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) Give a fraction that is larger than 4/9.

2.) Which is larger, 4/5 or 5/7.?

3.) Which is smaller, 3/8 or 2/5?

4.) Which is the larger among 3/4, 5/8, 4/5?

5.) Arrange the fractions in 4 in ascending order.

2.) 4/5

3.) 3/8

4.) 4/5

5.) 5/8, 3/4, 4/5

# PEMDAS and Order of Operations Part 3

This is the third part of our series on PEMDAS; you can watch the first video here and the second video here.  In this video, we continue our discussion on how to operate integers using the PEMDAS rule. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) $9 + 5 \times 3 - 6$

2.) $4^2 + (15 - 4^2) \times (-3)$

3.) $17 - (2 + 3)^2$

4.) $-20 + 4 \times (- 6)^2$

5.) $2 (11^2 - 5^3)^2 - 12$

1.) 18

2.) 19

3.)-8

4.) 124

5.) 20

# PEMDAS and Order of Operations Part 2

This is the second part of our series on PEMDAS; you can watch the first video here.  In this video, we continue our discussion on how to operate integers using the PEMDAS rule. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) $8 \times 3 - 2^3$

2.) $8 \times (3 - 2^3)$

3.) $(4 + 3)^2 - 17$

4.) $- 17 + 9 \times (- 10)^2$

5.) $2 \times (4 + 6) - 3^3$

1.) 16

2.) -40

3.) 32

4.) 883

5.) -7

# PEMDAS and Order of Operations Part 1

After learning about addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers, we now begin learning about combining these operations.  In this video, we will the proper order of operations. The proper order of operations is usually refered to by many as PEMDAS (parenthesis, exponent, multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction). Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) 7 × 3 + 4

2.)7 × (3 + 4)

3.) 6 + 18 ÷ (- 3)

4.) 4 × 3 – 2 + 1

5.) 8 – 6  × 3

1.) 25

2.) 49

3.) 0

4.) 11

5.) -10

# How to Divide Integers Part 3

This is the third video (see first video and second video) in our series on Division of Integers. In this video, we will learn division by solving more examples. Watch the Taglish math tutorial video above and then answer the following Practice Exercises.

Practice Exercises

1.) 600  ÷  (-150)

2.) -90 ÷ 6

3.) – 54 ÷  -9

4.)  21 ÷  7

5.)  -84 ÷ 7