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Math ... Advice Needed!

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Math ... Advice Needed!

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I feel like every year - or at least every other year - I face the same question: what program should I use for math? Specifically this year, I'm considering algebra programs for my soon-to-be 8th-grade daughter. Last spring, I struggled with pre-algebra versus 7th-grade math. I ended up going with a 7th-grade math program. Why? Two reasons: (1) all my research led me to the conclusion that there is very little difference between pre-algebra and 7th-grade math; and (2) I already owned Oak Meadow Grade 7 math. Now looking forward, I'm struggling again. Here's the situation:

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