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Geographies of Home

by Loida Maritza Perez

After leaving the college she'd attended to escape her religiously conservative parents, Iliana, a first-generation Dominican-American woman, returns home to Brooklyn to find that her family is falling apart: one sister is careening toward mental collapse, another sister is living in a decrepit building with her abusive husband and three children, and a third sister has simply disappeared. In this dislocating urban environment Iliana reluctantly confronts the anger and desperation that seem to seep through every crack of her family's small house, and experiences all the contradictions, superstitions, joys, and pains that come from a life caught between two cultures. In this magnificent debut novel, filled with graceful prose and searing detail, Loida Maritza Pérez offers a penetrating portrait of the American immigrant experience as she explores the true meanings of identity, family--and home. .

Geography Alive! Regions and People

by Teachers' Curriculum Institute

Geography textbook for high school students

Geography Alive! Regions and People, Student Edition


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Geography: The Human and Physical World (Student Edition)

by MacMillan/McGraw-Hill Staff

This textbook elaborates on the importance of geography and the impact of geography on human life. Topics include: the human development index, distribution of political power, water scarcity, patterns of immigration, and more.

The Geography of Girlhood

by Kirsten Smith

The Geography of Girlhood is a raw and powerful novel about a girl navigating the difficult limbo between youth and adulthood. Written in verse, the novel follows a girl from ages 14 to 18, exploring first crushes, first dances, first kisses, and the many other dangers of growing up. Kirsten Smith's writing bursts with painfully accurate and sharply witty observations, evoking supercharged emotions with just a simple phrase or two.

Geometry

by Gilbert J. Cuevas Roger Day John A. Carter

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Geometry

by Siegfried Haenisch

Geometry is the study of how points, lines, and planes can be used to picture to space around us. In this book, the main attention will be placed on plane geometry. Plane geometry studies geometric figures in a plane, like squares, triangles, and circles. Later, we will learn about solid figures like cubes, prisms, and spheres.

Geometry

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Timothy D. Kanold

This traditional text offers a balanced approach that combines the theoretical instruction of calculus with the best aspects of reform, including creative teaching and learning techniques such as the integration of technology, the use of real data, real-life applications, and mathematical models. The Calculus with Analytic Geometry Alternate, 6/e, offers a late approach to trigonometry for those instructors who wish to introduce it later in their courses.

Geometry

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Timothy D. Kanold

This traditional text offers a balanced approach that combines the theoretical instruction of calculus with the best aspects of reform, including creative teaching and learning techniques such as the integration of technology, the use of real data, real-life applications, and mathematical models. The Calculus with Analytic Geometry Alternate, 6/e, offers a late approach to trigonometry for those instructors who wish to introduce it later in their courses.

Geometry

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Timothy D. Kanold

Advanced Placement Calculus is aligned with the NCTM Standards and the latest AP guidelines and retains the solid, carefully motivated mathematics that characterize previous editions. The Seventh Edition embraces the best aspects of reform by integrating the latest technological tools and by emphasizing real-life data, practical applications, and mathematical models.

Geometry

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Lee Stiff

The book covers basics of geometry in detail with very useful student help sections like Application of Mathematics in real life,Skill Review,Quizzes,Test Preparation techniques etc.

Geometry

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Lee Stiff Timothy D. Kanold

In addition to its geometry content, this book includes numerous examples and exercises involving algebra, data analysis, and probability. It also helps students to prepare for standardized tests.

Geometry Concepts and Applications

by Carol Malloy Jerry Cummins Margaret Kenney Tim Kanold Yvonne Mojica

An ideal program for struggling students Geometry: Concepts and Applicationscovers all geometry concepts using an informal approach.

Geometry: Concepts and Applications

by Mcgraw-Hill Staff

An ideal program for struggling students Geometry: Concepts and Applications covers all geometry concepts using an informal approach.

Geometry: Concepts and Skills

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Lee Stiff

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Geometry: Explorations and Applications

by Miriam A. Leiva Stuart J. Murphy Douglas B. Aichele Patrick W Hopfensperger Marguerite M. Mason Vicki J. Schell Matthias C. Vheru

This book will help you use mathematics in your daily life and prepare you for success in future courses and careers.

Geometry: Explorations and Applications, Practice Workbook

by Mcdougal Littell

This book contains a good collection of math exercises and examples.

Geometry: Integration - Applications - Connections

by Timothy D. Kanold Carol Malloy Robert Cummings Allan Berele

This textbook talks about real-world uses of geometry

Geometry: Mathematics in Context (2nd edition)

by Cord Communications

Points, lines, and planes are the basic figures of geometry. In algebra, you used ordered pairs of numbers to locate points on a coordinate plane. You also used tables of ordered pairs and linear equations to locate and draw straight lines on a coordinate plane. Geometry on the coordinate plane is called coordinate geometry.

Geometry: Practice Workbook

by Boswell Kanold Larson

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Geometry Student Guide, Semester 1

by Inc. the editors at K12

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Geometry Student Guide, Semester 2

by Inc. the editors at K12

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