the mass of your book has about one killogram how do i no cause im cool
Mass of about one is completely meaningless. You need to provide units to give that number meaning. Regardless of that, I don't understand your question. Who cares what the mass of your text book is?
a math book. easy
whats your problem
one kilogram or kg
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a math book is were u learn math
No, math book is a common noun; the proper noun would be the name of a specific math book or a title using the term math book. The only one I could find that used the specific term 'math book' as a proper noun was: 'The Math Book: From Pythagoras to the 57th Dimension, 250 Milestones in the History of Mathematics' by Clifford A. Pickover.
it is a book that teaches math.
Depends on the math book
The math book was as heavy as a mountain.
All depends on what math book you have!
if you want to do on your own look in you math book reciprocals in the index you will find fast but , depends on what kind of math book you have .
A metric unit of mass equal to one hundred grams
This math book weighs a ton.
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One can find a math book for children from WHSmith, Amazon, The Book People, Usborne's and Goodreads websites. There are different types of math books for children, this depends on their age range. Some math books for children come with pictures, while others are practical maths for easy learning.
Someone that is looking to purchase the book Math Is Fun, can do so by shopping online at websites such as Amazon or eBay. Another option is to check the local book stores such as Coles or Chapters. One can also visit their local library to see if they would carry a copy of the book Math Is Fun and borrow the book.
math on book writer name?