Introduction and Index

The Nemeth Tutorial teaches students and teachers how to use the Nemeth code from introductory topics to advanced topics in Mathematics.

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Instructions

Chapter One: First Grade

1.1 The Numeric Indicator - (Exercises)
1.2 Punctuation - (Exercises)
1.3 Comma - (Exercises)
1.4 Plus and Minus Signs - (Exercises)
1.5 Equals Sign - (Exercises)
1.6 Signs of Comparison - (Exercises)

Chapter Two: Second Grade

2.1 Abbreviations - (Exercises)
2.2 Decimal Point - (Exercises)
2.3 Monetary Sign: Dollar and Cent - (Exercises)

Chapter Three: Third Grade

3.1 Multiplication Cross - (Exercises)
3.2 Division - (Exercises)
3.3 Parentheses - (Exercises)
3.4 Simple Fractions - (Exercises)
3.5 Omission Symbol - (Exercises)
3.6 Roman Numerals - (Exercises)
3.7 Mixed Fraction - (Exercises)

Chapter Four: Fourth Grade

4.1 Variables - (Exercises)
4.2 Shapes Omissions - (Exercises)
4.3 Ratios and Percents - (Exercises)
4.4 Degrees - (Exercises)
4.5 Basic Geometric Symbols - (Exercises)

Chapter Five: Fifth Grade

5.1 Basic Exponents - (Exercises)
5.2 Segments, Lines, Rays and their Relationship - (Exercises)
5.3 Directed Signed - (Exercises)
5.4 Ordered Pairs - (Exercises)

Chapter Six: Sixth Grade

6.1 Absolute Value - (Exercises)
6.2 The Horizontal Bar - Repeating Decimals, Greater than or equal to, and Less than or equal to - (Exercises)
6.3 Brackets and Braces - (Exercises)

Chapter Seven: Seventh Grade

7.1 Complex Fractions - (Exercises)

Chapter Eight: Eighth Grade

8.1 Real Numbers - (Exercises)
8.2 Plus/Minus and Not Equal Sign - (Exercises)

Chapter Nine: Algebra

9.1 Set Notations: Complements, Subsets, Union, Intersection - (Exercises)
9.2 Ratios and Proportions - (Exercises)
9.3 More sets: union, intersections and the infinity symbol - (Exercises)
9.4 Matrices
9.5 Factorial - (Exercises)

Chapter Ten: Geometry

10.1 Signs of Comparison: approximately equal to, similar to, congruent to - (Exercises)
10.2 Conjunction, Disjunction, Conditionals, and Biconditionals - (Exercises)

Chapter Eleven: Advanced Mathematics

11.1 Subscripts - (Exercises)
11.2 Funtion Name Abbreviation - (Exercises)
11.3 Vectors - (Exercises)
11.4 Circles and Arcs - (Exercises)
11.5 Additional Shapes - (Exercises)
11.6 More Complex Radicals - (Exercises)
11.7 Sigma Notation - (Exercises)
11.8 Limits - (Exercises)
11.9 Integrals - (Exercises)
11.10 Logic and Set Theory - (Exercises)
11.11 Caret and Partial Derivative - (Exercises)
11.12 Logical Operators For All, There Exists, and Therefore - (Exercises)
11.13 Greek Letters - (Exercises)
11.14 Tally Marks
11.15 Type Faces

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