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    Platinum Mathematics Grade 12 9780636143319

    Manufacturer: Pearson Education
    Platinum Mathematics Grade 12 - Superior CAPS coverage and written by expert authors. Superior illustrations and activities to improve results and motivate learners. Superior teacher support to save time and make teaching easy. Superior quality = exam success!
    SKU: 9780636143319
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    Products specifications
    Author(s) McPetrie S
    Format / Binding Paperback
    Language English
    Grade Grade 12
    Dimensions L x W in cm 275x210
    Weight in Grams 865
    Subject Mathematics
    Condition New
    Type Learner Book
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