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Basic Students matched to this level have a partial mastery of prerequisite knowledge and skills fundamental for proficient work.
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    Temperature

    Temperature

    by Michelle Gallivan //at grade
    Definition of temperature, how it is measured and the three temperature scales.
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    Temperature

    Temperature

    by Maria Cademartori //at grade
    Definition of temperature, how it is measured and the three temperature scales.
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    Chapter 42 Temperature

    Chapter 42 Temperature

    by Jannine Tuttle //at grade
    Definition of temperature, how it is measured and the three temperature scales.
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    Temperature

    Temperature

    by Rheannin Becke //at grade
    Definition of temperature, how it is measured and the three temperature scales.
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    An Eggselent Idea!

    An Eggselent Idea!

    by Jeremy Folk //at grade
    Cook an egg, no stove required.
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