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Percentages, perimeter, variable expressions, Greek and Latin roots, personification and more.
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Linear functions, exponents, the Pythagorean theorem, ellipses, active and passive voice and more.
Systems of linear equations, scatter plots, dashes, parallel language, figures of speech and more.
Congruent triangles, radical expressions, surface area, audience and tone, word patterns and more.
Trigonometric ratios, polynomials, claims and counterclaims, supporting evidence and more.
Complex numbers, derivatives, limits, writing arguments, organizing and planning writing and more.
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