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Intermediate Test Prep: Math 6

This site makes logic review fun and interesting.
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This site makes logic review fun and interesting. First read through the lesson on Logical Reasoning that shows you how to organize information on a chart and use that information to solve a problem and reach a conclusion by the process of elimination. Be sure your answer is reasonable. After going through the lesson, you can practice with the seven problems on the practice page. You can even check your answer. The second part of the review deals with moving a figure along a line, called a slide. Review the lesson, then practice what you’ve reviewed.

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