1. High Point Academy

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    High Point Academy is an independent Co-Ed School for Kindergarten to Eighth Grade and is located in Pasadena, CA.

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  3. Free Homework PowerPoint Template

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    Homework PowerPoint template is an education template for PowerPoint presentations that you can use to decorate your presentationfor classroom or thesis.

  4. WAMAP

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    WAMAP is a web based mathematics assessment and course management platform. Its use is provided free to Washington State public educational institution students and ...

  5. WebAssign

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    Online homework and grading tools for instructors and students that reinforce student learning through practice and instant feedback.

  6. Van Nuys Middle School

    www.vannuysms.org

    Please click the picture of the eclipse in the "News and Announcement" section to access links for important district and school safety information on this upcoming ...

  7. Physics Homework Help: Projectile Motion

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    To solve a projectile motion problem, first determine the horizontal and vertical components of the initial velocity. For an object projected horizontally, the ...

  8. Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School

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    Oliver Wendel Holmes Middle School and Holmes International Humanities Magnet is located in Northridge, California.

  9. Point Loma High School

    www.pointlomahigh.com

    News & Announcements Incoming Freshman - Math Placement Tests Are Here If you are entering PLHS this fall from a school outside the cluster and would like to take ...

  10. Physics Homework Help: Free Fall Problems

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    Free fall refers to the motion of objects influenced only by gravity. The acceleration due to gravity, g, is different for different planets and at different heights ...