Algebra 1

Author: Stanley A. Smith
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ISBN: 9780130442635
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Algebra 2

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Publisher: PRENTICE HALL
ISBN: 9780133659474
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Prentice Hall Math Algebra 1 Student Workbook 2007

Author: Prentice-Hall, Inc
Publisher: Pearson Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131657182
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Algebra success for all Basic concepts and properties of algebra are introduced early to prepare students for equation solving. Abundant exercises graded by difficulty level address a wide range of student abilities. The Basic Algebra Planning Guide assures that even the at-risk student can acquire course content. Multiple representations of concepts Concepts and skills are introduced algebraically, graphically, numerically, and verbally-often in the same lesson to help students make the connection and to address diverse learning styles. Focused on developing algebra concepts and skills Key algebraic concepts are introduced early and opportunities to develop conceptual understanding appear throughout the text, including in Activity Labs. Frequent and varied skill practice ensures student proficiency and success.

The Indian Periodical Press And The Production Of Nationalist Rhetoric

Author: Sukeshi Kamra
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230116597
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This book relates the dramatic story of the struggle that took place between the Indian press and the British government for control of the Indian public sphere between 1870 and 1910. The contest gave the Indian reading publics their first taste of a struggle conducted from within the confines of the law, introduced vocabularies for conceiving counter-discursivity and defined the press and the government as distinct and opposed communities. Sukeshi Kamra deftly shows that the increasingly antagonistic relationship between the press and colonial regime is where and how a nationalist public sphere first developed.

Algebra 1

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ISBN: 9780131657311
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