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Chemistry

by Donald H. Jacobs Kathleen A. Packard Robert H. Marshall

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Earth Science

by Robert H. Marshall Allen B. Rosskopf

This book covers the area of earth science. It also focuses on science skills that scientists use. These skills include asking questions, making predictions, designing experiments or procedures, collecting and organizing information, calculating data, making decisions, drawing conclusions, and exploring more options

Earth Science

by Robert H. Marshall Allen B. Rosskopf

If you want to learn about earth, moon system, solar system, stars, galaxies, minerals, rocks, weather, climate, weathering and erosion then this is the book for you.

General Science

by Donald H. Jacobs Robert H. Marshall Charles J. Larue Allen B. Rosskopf

This easy-to-read, richly illustrated textbook, especially useful for students who require extra attention or need additional assistance, offers a comprehensive, systematic overview of key scientific concepts. Fundamental concepts are presented in easily manageable segments.

Physical Science

by Donald H. Jacobs Robert H. Marshall

Have you ever wondered how a camera or a computer works? Do you listen to music on the radio or a boom box? Do you know how the sound is produced by these machines? Have you ever noticed that your body seems to weigh less in water? Do you know why? All of these questions--and many more--can be answered by studying physical science.

Physical Science

by Donald H. Jacobs Robert H. Marshall

This book covers the area of physical science. It also focuses on science skills that scientists use. These skills include asking questions, making predictions, designing experiments or procedures, collecting and organizing information, calculating data, making decisions, drawing conclusions, and exploring more options.

Physical Science

by Donald H. Jacobs Robert H. Marshall

With the full-color Physical Science text, students learn the properties of matter, elements, compounds, electricity, and sound and light. Students reading below grade level gain practice in working with data and sharpen their abilities to infer, classify, and theorize.

Physical Science: Investigating Matter and Energy

by Donald H. Jacobs Robert H. Marshall

Physical Science: Investigating Matter and Energy is a primary text for an introductory course covering the physical sciences.

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