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a variable??

A serza is a seven sided object

a positive number multiplied by itself

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All math is related. In first grade you learn extremely simple math such as subtraction, addition, division and multiplication and in seventh grade you learn more complicated math, such as algebra or trigonometry. Math just gets more and more complicated the higher your grade level but it is still all related to math.

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The average salary of a 3rd grade teacher is $53,000 per year. The average salary of a math teacher is $38,211 per year.

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4th was harder because, in 3rd grade u learn new math wich is harder then any type of math(even harder then division) and in 4th grade you revue it but with 4th grade questions. But in 5th grade you just learn regular math like high devision, and if u just pay attention u will do excellent

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quadilateral (four sides) of any lengths, as long as two of them are parallell.

In 3rd grade math, 1 yard is equal to 3 feet. Strange as it may seem, the same number is used in every grade and every subject, wherever yards come up.