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Advent. ch 1: the fundamentals of Algebra. ch 2: Rational and Irrational Numbers. ch three: Two-Dimensional Figures. ch four: Linear capabilities. ch five: Powers. ch 6: the fundamentals of information. ch 7: three-d Geometry. ch eight: Proportional Reasoning and Percents. 258 pages
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5000 Words for Exams by Steve Baba