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does anyone else have the Glencoe McGraw-Hill Geometry 2008 book

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yess i had that book last year
good
This is the problem that i need help with 8-11

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all i have is a algebra 1 book ask your teacher if you can download a copy on to your computer at home that is wat i did to my school computer for westside school
my school is technologly primitive so they dont have any idea how to do that
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do youu know how to to the proplem i took i made on the drawler
no im still trying to get help with the one that i am doing
@BRDman : ur ques is incomplete ... can u provide more info?

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