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My daughter is in the 6th grade and I would like to know if she has to pass any of the taks tests to advance to 7th grade. Please let me know if you can answer this.

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How or where can I find help using scale factors to change the size of a triangle on a graph? We are working with dilations, rotations, reductions and changing scale factors.

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Another nice pdf on scale factor is:

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Thank Jordan! I'm glad you subscribed. When I find more cool links and videos, I'll add them here. Take care!!!

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It doesn't have as much as this blog, but it's main focus is Algebra. HTH.

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Students love it! It makes TAKS prep fun and exciting.

Keep up the good work and if I can help in any way, please let me know.

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