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Collections, Grade 11

by Kylene Beers Carol Jago Martha Hougen

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Collections, Grade 11

by Holt Mcdougal

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Collections, Grade 11, Close Reader

by Holt Mcdougal

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College Physics for the AP® Physics 1 Course

by Roger Freedman Gay Stewart Todd Ruskell Philip Kesten

NIMAC-sourced textbook <P><P>College Physics for the AP® Physics 1 Course is the first textbook to integrate AP® skill-building and exam prep into a comprehensive college-level textbook, providing students and teachers with the resources they need to be successful in AP® Physics 1. Throughout the textbook you’ll find AP Exam Tips, AP® practice problems, and complete AP® Practice Exams, with each section of the textbook offering a unique skill-building approach. Strong media offerings include online homework with built-in tutorials to provide just-in-time feedback. College Physics provides students with the support they need to be successful on the AP® exam and in the college classroom.

The College Writer: A Guide to Thinking, Writing, and Researching

by Verne Meyer Pat Sebranek Randall Vandermey John Van Rys

Combining streamlined basic writing instruction with outstanding accessibility, THE COLLEGE WRITER is an all-in-one writing resource for students at any skill level. The clear visual format helps students grasp larger concepts by linking them to pertinent examples. Throughout the text, numerous student and professional writing samples highlight important features of academic writing--from voice to documentation--and offer models for students' own papers. This edition also features new Cross-Curricular Connections that explain how particular modes of writing or types of research relate to a specific discipline in the college curriculum, preparing students for success across the academic spectrum.

Conceptual Physics: The High School Physics Program

by Paul G. Hewitt

This seventh edition of the popular and exceptionally well written physics concept text with minimal mathematics contains new material sprinkled throughout, such as a treatment of measurements of the earth, moon, and sun by the early Greeks, capacitors, and more on rainbows. Individual sections have been clarified and updated. Problem sets are now at the end of most chapters. Most problems involve simple calculations that require minimal algebra skills. The text is profusely illustrated in full color with many helpful diagrams and down-to-earth examples. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Denk Mal! Deutsch ohne Grenzen: Deitsch Ohne Grezen

by Tobias Barske Megan McKinstry Karin Schestokat

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Digital Photography for Teens

by Marc Campbell Dave Long

Teens today are incredibly tech-savvy and usually own the latest cool gadgets--including digital cameras. Full of step-by-step illustrations covering basic digital camera techniques, Digital Photography for Teens will transform you from a point-and-shoot beginner to a digital photographer who produces really cool photos. This full-color book not only offers insight into understanding your digital camera and composing a high-quality photograph, but also tips for downloading your images to your computer, sharing them online, and creating a photo book. There are even tips for creating cool special effects or using your iPod to create photo slideshows with music.

Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States, Modern Times

by James M. Mcpherson Joyce Appleby Alan Brinkley Donald A. Ritchie Albert S. Broussard

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Discovering World Geography: Eastern Hemisphere (Oklahoma)

by Richard G. Boehm

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Discovering World Geography: Western Hemisphere Oklahoma

by Richard G. Boehm

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Economics for Everybody

by Gerson Antell Walter Harris

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Elements of Language: Fifth Course

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Richard Vacca Renée Hobbs

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Elements of Language, Fifth Course

by Lee Odell Richard Vacca Renée Hobbs

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Elements of Literature®, Fifth Course, The Holt Reader

by Holt Winston Rinehart

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Elements of Literature®, Fifth Course, The Holt Reader, Adapted Version

by Holt Winston Rinehart

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The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People

by Harvard Sitkoff Paul S. Boyer Nancy Woloch Clifford E. Clark Neal Salisbury Joseph F. Kett Jr.

Chapter outline and summary, key terms and definitions, identification questions, multiple choice questions, short-answer questions, essay questions and skill-building activities such as map exercises.

Enfoques: Curso intermedio de lengua Española

by José A. Blanco

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Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn

by Jay Withgott

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Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn, Florida

by Withgott

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Florida Chemistry: Matter & Change

by McGraw-Hill Education

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Florida Chemistry

by Antony C. Wilbraham Dennis D. Staley Michael S. Matta Edward L. Waterman

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Foundations of Physics

by Thomas Hsu

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Foundations of Physics, Investigations

by Thomas Hsu

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Geography: The Human And Physical World

by Richard G. Boehm

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