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K12 Mathematics, Volume 3 (Softcover)
"Whether or not you realize it, you see and use mathematics every day! The lessons and activities in this textbook will help you enjoy mathematics and become a better mathematician." — from "Welcome to Progress in Mathematics" on Page xi
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GOOD: This is a consumable workbook in the K12 mathematics program for elementary-level students. Only a few pages at the beginning of the textbook have some writing, but the overall majority of the pages are writing-free. This textbook will make a great practice workbook for any student.
Colorful pages explain mathematical concepts divided into the following chapters:
- Place Value
- Multiplication Concepts and Facts
- Division Concepts and Facts
- Statistics and Probability
- Measurement and Time
- More Multiplication and Division Facts
- Multiply by One Digit
- Divide by One Digit
- Moving On in Mathematics
“End-of-Book Materials” includes
- Still More Practice
- Brain Builders
- Mental Math
- Mathematical Symbols and Table of Measures
- William H. Sadlier, Inc.
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- Grade 3
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