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Triángulo aprobado

by Barbara Gatski John McMullan

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Tricking Carlton (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 1)

by Yaniv Shimony Susan DerKazarian

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Trickster Jack and the Three-Headed Giants

by Suzanne Weyn Brian Demeter

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Trickster Tales: The Fox and the Raccoon; The Hodja and the Soup; Loki Saves the Boy (Readers' And Writers' Genre Workshop Ser.)

by Cynthia Swain Dewayne Whiteside Steve Harpster Brooke Harris George Banagis

Who's the best trickster in Japan? How will the wise Hodja help a hungry man? Can clever Loki trap a mean giant?

The Tricky Garden

by John Bennett Joanne Mattern Jeffrey Fuerst

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A Tricky Puzzle (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Ellen Catala

NIMAC-sourced textbook. A Riddle. What puzzle has only seven pieces and can be put together in many different ways? Open this book to find out!

A Tricky Tail (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom)

by Greg Newbold Jack Latimer

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Trigonometry

by Ron Larson David C. Falvo

This market-leading book continues to provide students and instructors with sound, consistently structured explanations of the mathematical concepts. Designed for a one-term course that prepares users to study calculus, the new Eighth Edition retains the features that have made Trigonometry a complete solution for users: interesting applications, cutting-edge design, and innovative technology combined with an abundance of carefully written exercises.

Trigonometry

by Ron Larson Robert Hostetler David C. Falvo

This text introduces trigonometry first with a unit circle approach and then with the right triangle. As the best-selling text in the field, Trigonometry provides unparalleled exercises, motivating real-life applications, a supportive pedagogical design, and innovative ancillaries and resources, making it a complete solution for both students and instructors. Model It real-life applications in nearly every text section are multi-part exercises that require students to generate and analyze mathematical models. First referenced in the Why You Should Learn It at the beginning of each section, these interesting applications illustrate why it is important to learn the concepts in each section. Proofs in Mathematics shows the proofs of selected theorems and demonstrates different proof techniques. For added convenience, in the Sixth Edition these proofs have been moved from an appendix to the end of relevant chapters. P. S. Problem Solving, at the conclusion of each chapter, features a collection of thought-provoking and challenging exercises that further explore and expand upon the concepts of the chapter. These exercises have unique characteristics that set them apart from traditional algebra and trigonometry exercises. A wealth of student success tools includes: How to Study This Chapter, a chapter-opening study guide that includes What you should learn (section-opening objectives), Important Vocabulary, a list of Study Tools, and a list of Additional Resources to help the student prepare for the chapter; Why you should learn it, a section-opening, real-life application or a reference to other branches of mathematics, illustrating the relevance of the section's content; and What did you learn?, a concise chapter summary organized by section. These objectives are correlated to the chapter Review Exercises to help students prepare for exams. Eduspace is Houghton Mifflin's online learning tool. Powered by Blackboard, Eduspace is a customizable, powerful and interactive platform that provides instructors with text-specific online courses and content. The Larson/Hostetler Trigonometry course features algorithmic exercises and test bank content in question pools.

Trigonometry

by Charles P. Mckeague Mark D. Turner

Gain a solid understanding of the principles of trigonometry and how these concepts apply to real life with McKeague/Turner's TRIGONOMETRY, Sixth Edition. This book's proven approach presents contemporary concepts in brief, manageable sections using current, detailed examples and interesting applications. Captivating illustrations drawn from Lance Armstrong's cycling success, the Ferris wheel, and even the human cannonball show trigonometry in action. Unique Historical Vignettes offer a fascinating glimpse at how many of the central ideas in trigonometry began.

Trinity's Robot (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 4)

by Anne O'Brien Alessia Trunfio

On a Planet of Crystals Trinity just has to keep her job finding crystals to fuel her planet. Will the new robot help her, or just make things worse? NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Trip (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Anne Phillips

NIMAC-sourced textbook. What a Trip! Where is Monkey going?

A Trip to Remember

by Tyler Carr Kaitlyn Gonzales Peter Veljovic Bliss Baird

A first-time visit to New York City . . . Exploring a coral reef on a beach in San Diego . . . Discovering family roots in Montenegro . . . Hiking to the top of a mountain in Montana. Read about these kids' memorable trips. Then learn how to write about one of your own trips.

The Trip to Rocky Ridge (Rigby Leveled Library, Level Q #75)

by Susy Boyer Jill McDougall

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A Trip to the Aquarium (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom)

by Kathryn Mitter Isadora Hargrove

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A Trip to the Butterfly Farm (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 1)

by Tomás Diaz

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A Trip to the City

by Margaret Yatsevitch Phinney Lokken Millis

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A Trip to the City (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by Lucy Truman Iris Barnes

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A Trip to the City [ELL Level, Grade 1]

by Erin Matthews Dave Kirwan

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A Trip to the Farm (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom)

by Phoebe Stratton

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A Trip to the Nature Museum (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom)

by Cynthia Benjamin

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Trip to the Rock: Grade 1, Level 2 (Houghton Mifflin Leveled Books #10)

by Edward Sinclair Carol Newsom

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>This is Grade 1, Level 2, Book 10 in the Houghton Mifflin Leveled Books series. The book info is as follows: Level: B / DRA: 2 / Genre: Fantasy / Strategy: Visualize / Skill: Story Structure / Word Count: 90

A Trip to the Zoo

by Kathryn Mitter Phoebe Stratton

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A Trip to Washington, D.C.: A Capital Idea

by Jeffrey B. Fuerst Cyndy Turnage Martin Fagan

Jack and Susie are on a family car trip to Washington, D. C. , the nation's capital. It's a long drive, and they're hungry, but Mom forgot the snacks! Can Susie and her capital letter writing magic pencil save the day?

A Trip to Washington, D.C.: A Capital Idea

by Jeffrey B. Fuerst Cyndy Turnage Martin Fagan

Jack and Susie are on a family car trip to Washington, D. C. , the nation's capital. It's a long drive, and they're hungry, but Mom forgot the snacks! Can Susie and her capital letter writing magic pencil save the day?

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