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Life of Fred

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Life of Fred Mathematics

Life of Fred Liver

Life of Fred Liver teaches intermediate mathematics
Life of Fred: Liver

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This book covers intermediate mathematics including . . .

Unlike all other math programs, this one also teaches about:
• What to Pack for Camp
• Why Blowing Your Nose and Wiping Your Eyes Is Not Commutative
• I.e., E.g., Viz.
• The Two Rules of Survival
• Passing the SAT Exam
• Metaphors
• What Can Go Wrong with a Lifetime Guarantee
• How To Be a Business Success
• Ordering Tjvjik, Ghapama and Satsivi at a Restaurant
• Being a Hepatologist
• What Livers Do
• The Difference Between Saturnalia and Saturnine
• Hypercholesterolemia
• Cirrhosis
• The Drawbacks of Multitasking
• Extradural Hemorrhage
• Four Drawbacks to Fred Living in a Castle in Germany
• Verbs Often Used by People in Various Occupations
• Treble and Bass Clefs
• Electrical Use by U.S. Farms in 1925
• How to Win at Bridge
• How to Have People like You
• Who Is Not Harmed by Watching Television All Day Long
• The Difference Between Graffito and Graffiti
• Pet Names Are Different than Names for Pets
• How Not to Work Out in a Gym Weight Room
• Brain Chatter and the Uses of Silence
• The First Step in Producing Great Art
• What Three Units of a College Class Means
• Reasonable Answers
• The One Purpose of Great Universities
• The Masthead of a Newspaper
• Forming the Possessive of Words That End in S
• Four Things That Are Important to Learn Earlier in Life

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Life of Fred Liver is a hardcover textbook containing 128 pages. This book is not consumable. All answers are written on separate paper or in a notebook. It is designed to be read with the student or done independently.

Life of Fred Liver contains 19 lessons and is designed to take approximately one month to complete.