Know It All! Grades 3-5 Math

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The Princeton Review, 2004 - Mathematics - 199 pages
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Contents

Introduction for Parents and Teachers
1
Student Introduction
5
Question Types
11
Whole Numbers
21
Computation and Word Problems
27
Operations and Properties of Numbers
33
Decimals
41
Brain Booster 1
51
ThreeDimensional Figures
85
Grids
93
Transformations and Symmetry
103
Perimeter and Area
109
Brain Booster3
115
Measuring Objects and Converting Units of Measurement
119
Choosing Units of Measurement and Estimating Measurements
125
Graphs and Data
133

Fractions Decimals and Percents
55
Patterns
63
Variables
69
Brain Booster 2
73
TwoDimensional Figures
79
Brain Booster 4
147
Practice Test
163
Answers and Explanations
189
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