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Mar 15, 23 07:45 AM
To learn about rational numbers, write their decimal expansion, and recognize rational numbers that are repeating decimals and terminating decimals.
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Learn how to get the area of a trapezoid using a rectangle and a triangle, the formula, and also when the height of the trapezoid is missing.
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