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Holt McDougal Larson Geometry, Common Core Edition

by Ron Larson Laurie Boswell Timothy D. Kanold

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Holt McDougal Literature: Interactive Reader Grade 10

by Holt Mcdougal

Holt McDougal Literature, Grade 10

by Arthur N. Applebee Jim Burke Janet Allen

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Holt Social Studies: World History, Ancient Civilizations

by Richard Shek Stanley M. Burstein

In addition to the main text, this edition includes a 7-page Economics Handbook and a 54-page Reference Section.

Holt Traditions, Warriner's Handbook, Fourth Course

by John E. Warriner

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Imagina: Español sin barreras, Curso intermedio de lengua española

by José A. Blanco C. Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch Próspero N. García

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Imaginez: le français sans frontières, cours de français intermédiaire

by Cherie Mitschke

Vista Higher Learning is proud to announce the publication of IMAGINEZ: Le français sans frontiers. This textbook program provides a smooth transition between first-year and second-year French texts. IMAGINEZ is designed to engage students actively as they build their language skills and broaden their understanding of the diverse cultures of the francophone world.

Interactive Mathematics Program: Integrated High School Mathematics, Year 2

by Dan Fendel Diane Resek Sherry Fraser Lynne Alper

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Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis, AP® Edition

by Roxy Peck Chris Olsen Jay L. Devore

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Introduction to the Human Body: The Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology

by Bryan Derrickson Gerard J. Tortora

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Introductory Chemistry: A Foundation

by Steven S. Zumdahl Donald J. Decoste

Chemical reactions are covered early, to capture student interest, leaving more abstract material for later chapters. The authors explain chemical concepts by starting with the basics, using symbols or diagrams, and concluding by encouraging students to test their own comprehension of the solution. This step-by-step approach helps students develop critical problem-solving skills. Also, the accessible explanations and visualizations throughout the text motivate students and engage them in the material by helping them to connect abstract chemical principles to real-life experiences. The pedagogy includes chapter-opening discussions that introduce students to relevant applications andChemistry in Focusboxes that describe everyday applications of chemistry such as artificial sweeteners, foaming chewing gum, and fake fats. Current applications appear throughout the text with easy-to-understand explanations and analogies. New! Co-author Donald DeCoste brings experience as an author and as an instructor at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign to this new edition. New! HM Assess within Eduspace, Houghton Mifflin's Online Learning Tool, provides a diagnostic assessment tool to test students' understanding of core concepts and track student progress. New! A Multimedia eBook within Eduspace offers a one-stop resource for students to link from textbook content to study resources, including video lessons from Thinkwell, tutorials, flashcards, and ACE quizzes. New!Chapter 10, Energy, combines all the content on energy from Chapter 3 in the Fifth Edition with material on enthalpy, Hess's Law, the difference between the quality and quantity of energy, energy resources in the world, and entropy. Exercises and models such as worked-out examples, self-check exercises, and skill development boxes support the step-by-step problem-solving method. End-of-chapter material covers key terms, a summary of important facts, questions and problems arranged in matched pairs and keyed to chapter sections, additional problems that incorporate material from multiple sections, in-class discussion questions, and "Cumulative Reviews" that tests concepts from preceding chapters. The text builds and refreshes fundamental math skills such as scientific notation, rounding, and rearranging equations. In addition, Math Tips indicated by icons throughout, help students as they perform calculations. Math Review Tutorials on the Online Study Center provide practice for critical math skills. Basic Chemistry,6/e, in paperback, includes chapters 1-16 and provides basic coverage of chemical concepts and applications through acids and bases Introductory Chemistry,6/e, available in hardcover or paperback, includes chapters 1-18 and expands coverage with the addition of equilibrium, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemistry, radioactivity, and nuclear energy.

Journalism Matters

by James Schaffer Kathryn T. Stofer Randall Mccutcheon

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Lab Manual for A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, Sixth Edition, Comprehensive

by Jean Andrews Todd Verge

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The Language of Literature

by Arthur N. Applebee Andrea B. Bermúdez Sheridan Blau

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Literature [Grade 10]

by Janet Allen

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Living in the Environment, AP* Edition

by G. Tyler Miller Scott E. Spoolman

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Louisiana Biology

by Alton Biggs Whitney Crispen Hagins William G. Holliday

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Magruder's American Government

by William A. Mcclenaghan

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Managing Life Skills

by Patricia Clark Sue Couch Ginny Felstehausen

Build students' independent living skills and prepare them for success beyond high school withGlencoeManaging Life Skills. Students are prepared for career or college with full-page Career Pathway or College Readiness features. Career readiness focuses on thorough resume writing, job interview prep, and portfolio building activities and guidance. College Readiness includes information on scholarships, financial matters, and the college application process. Project-based pedagogy is used throughout the program through Unit Portfolio Projects, and financial education is thoroughly integrated.

Marine Science (AP Marine Science Ser.)

by Michael E. Huber Peter Castro

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Marketing Essentials

by Grady Kimbrell Lois Schneider Farese Carl A. Woloszyk

Considered the nation&#146s number one marketing program, Marketing Essentials is the essential text for introducing students to the skills, strategies, and topics that make up the ever-changing world of marketing. It effectively captures the excitement of this fast-paced discipline with engrossing narrative, engaging graphics, and real-life case studies.

McDougal Littell Literature, Florida [Grade 10]

by Arthur N. Applebee Jim Burke Janet Allen

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