Using Math in the ER (Mathworks! series)

Using Math in the ER  (Mathworks! series)

Book Information

Reader Personality Type
Publisher
Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2007
Curriculum
Mathematics Curriculum

It turns out that all those math problems you've been doing can help you get the job done in the emergency room at the local hospital. Let's start with the route that the ambulance takes from the scene of the accident back to the hospital. Using data boxes see if you can triage the patients, assess the patient conditions, handle the blood work, treatment and follow up care. Applying math to real life and showing young readers how those math skills can be useful in their lives. Ages 9 and up  32 pages

Also in this series: Using Math on a Space Mission, Using Math to be a Zoo Vet, Using Math to Build a Skyscraper, Using Math to Climb Mount Everest, Using Math to Conquer Extreme Sports, Using Math to Create a Movie Stunt, Using Math to Design a Roller Coaster, Using Math to Fly a Jumbo Jet, Using Math to Survive in the Wild, Using Math to Win the Gran Prix

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