Math Smart Junior: Math You'll Understand
The Princeton Review, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 353 pages
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A hot summers’ day leads Sondra, Jennifer, and Taylor to do strange things, like approximating how many leaves are on the oak tree they’re sitting under or figuring out how to make HUGE quantities of lemonade. As you follow these kids and their feline friend Beauregard around the neighborhood on a hot summer day, you’ll learn
·rates and averages
·fractions and decimals
·geometry and algebra
You’ll also learn some ingenious ways to beat the heat!
Math Smart Junioris one in a series of books that helps kids in grades 6—8 master the basics in many subjects using a fun, relaxed, interactive approach to learning.
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