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 Title Math for Trades: Volume 2
 Author(s) Chad Flinn and Mark Overgaard
 Publisher: Open Education; eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
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Volume 2 textbook continues where the Volume 1 left off. Volume 2 increases the challenge with topics such as converting units and working with equations, perimeter, area, and volume. Once again the material is presented from a trades perspective with easytounderstand examples and videos explanations accompanying questions.
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