## Quick Update to Subtraction on the Number Line Problems

Some of the problems in the More Subtraction on the Number Line worksheets were outside the range of the number line shown to work out each problem. Got those fixed this morning, just end time for some end-of-the year subtraction review…

## Price-to-Earnings and EPS Worksheets

It’s been a little slow on the worksheet front here, but I’m getting back in the swing of things. To get things started, I’ve added a few more topics to the series of investing word problem worksheets that you can find at the links below…

Earnings Per Share Worksheets

Price-to-Earnings Ratio Worksheets

We’ve been having fun learning more about some stock market math and I’ll keep expanding this section in conjunction with traditional topics…

More math worksheets to come soon!

## Investing Basics and Market Capitalization Worksheets

Math plays a heavy role in finance and investing, perhaps even a bigger role than in the core sciences. A key goal in raising our girls is to make sure they grow up not just math literate, but financially literate as well.

Stocks, bonds, mutual funds and their derivatives are all plenty confusing when you get started. We’ve been investing for college for some time, and I’ve used that as an opportunity to explain the abstract ideas of “owning part of a company” as being equivalent to stock or “buying part of a loan” as a bond. Getting right down to the price of these market beasties is a whole other game, though.

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## Analog Elapsed Time Worksheets Updated

Reader Ann McCarty pointed out some duplicate problems showing up on the Analog Elapsed Time worksheets, specifically the sets that all start from noon and add either whole hours or hours and minutes.

All of the elapsed time worksheets should now show much more variability in problems selected on each sheet.

Analog Elapsed Time Worksheets

## Division with Remainders and Exponent Flash Cards

Adding on to last week’s printable flash cards, you can find links below to additional division flashcards featuring 10, 11 and 12 as divisors, and also flash cards with easy remainders similar to the Division with Remainders worksheets…

Division Flash Cards Divisors 10, 11, 12

Division with Remainders Flash Cards

Additionally, the previous division flash cards have been updated so that the answer hint at the top of each card (the side you’re looking at while you show it to your student) is no longer in the division box format and now (cough) actually shows the quotient.

Also, a quick set of flash cards for common exponents can be found at this link…

Flash Cards for Common Exponents

Have a great week!