Algebra & Geometry Illustrated Poetry Book


MathOdes is an artistic fun and creative math teaching and study aid designed to help students remember math concepts and formulas in the form of poetry and illustrations.

Each “ode” details a particular math concept such as surface area, polynomials, and matrices.  Each ode in the book is also the lyrics on the music CD’s.  This illustrated book can be used by itself or as a companion to the MathOdes Algebra 1 Music CD, MathOdes Algebra 2 Music CD, and MathOdes Geometry Music CD by following along with the lyrics and illustrations in the book.

This book combines the contents of the Algebra 1 Illustrated Poetry Book, Algebra 2 Illustrated Poetry Book, and the Geometry Illustrated Poetry Book at a price 35% lower than buying each book separately!

  1. Number Sets
  2. Exponents
  3. Order of Operations
  4. Combining Like Terms
  5. Proportion & Variation
  6. Radical Expressions
  7. Polynomials
  8. Multiplying Polynomials
  9. Factoring
  10. Algebraic Fractions
  11. Equations
  12. Linear Equations
  13. Quadratic Equations
  14. Imaginary & Complex Numbers
  15. Absolute Value & Linear Inequalities
  16. Relations & Functions
  17. Solving Polynomials
  18. Asymptotes
  19. Quadratic Inequalities
  20. Exponential Functions
  21. Logarithmic Functions
  22. Systems of Linear Equations
  23. Matrix Operations
  24. Determinants and Cramer’s Rule
  25. Partial Fractions
  26. Conics
  27. Conics – Parabola
  28. Conics – Hyperbola
  29. Conics – Ellipse & Circle
  30. Function Transformations
  31. Composition & Inverse Functions
  32. Sequence, Series, & Notation
  33. Angle Relationships
  34. Triangles
  35. Pythagorean Theorem
  36. Trigonometry Functions
  37. Circles
  38. Parallelograms
  39. Special Parallelograms: Square, Rhombus, & Rectangle
  40. Trapezoids
  41. Regular Polygons
  42. Surface Area
  43. Volume
  44. Regular Polyhedrons
  45. Fractions of Circles: Segment, Arc, Sector, & Cone

…What is the absolute value of a number?
Its distance from zero is the measure.

The direction from zero does not matter.
You’ll still receive the same answer…

…Solving polynomials means finding each root.

The degree shows how many there are to compute…

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