Know It All! Grades 6-8 Math

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The Princeton Review, 2004 - Mathematics - 230 pages
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Contents

Introduction for Parents and Teachers Page
1
Student Introduction Page
5
Question Types Page
15
Rational Numbers Page
27
Fractions Decimals and Percents Page
35
Computing with Fractions Decimals and Percents Page
43
Ratios and Proportions Page
51
Factors Multiples and Divisibility Page
57
Surface Area and Volume Page
113
Similarity and Congruence Page
121
Transformations Page
129
Review of Chapters 915 Page
135
Measuring Objects and Converting Units of Measure Page
141
Choosing Units of Measure and Estimating Measurement Page
145
Mean Median Mode and Range Page
153
Graphs and Data Page
161

Exponents and Square Roots Page
63
Properties of Numbers Page
69
Review of Chapters 28 Page
75
Variables and Linear Equations Page
81
Patterns and Functions Page
87
Polygons and Solids Page
97
Area and Perimeter Page
105
Probability Page
171
Review of Chapters 1620 Page
177
Answer Key for Chapters and Brain Boosters Page
181
Practice Test Page
193
Answers and Explanations for Practice Test Page
217
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