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tests and quizzes are not the same as "solving" equations. If it is multiple choice, you already have the answer in front of you. So when in a bind, plug them in to see which one fits :)
if the tests make you fill in an answer without giving multiple choices, then you simply have to practice your math skills :) sorry, no way around that one
we have multiple choice in tests and in quizez we need to write an answer also we have quizes every friday its usually on daily vocab,daily math and others
I find math books at thrift stores and in the library; i take them home to study...
thrift stores?? whats that and where is that at?
thrift stores, dunno where you are, but here in america there are stores that sell used items. And you get good bargains on them. I just got a calc textbook for $2 the other day
cool i am in america so yeah i can get these books i guess PLEEAASSE give me the website
I wish it was a website, but these stores are mainly nonprofit business setup in your local area. Youd have to actually get out of the house and visit them like in the old days :) You might try Ebay, but i dunno
websites like youtube have some very good instructors on there that explian things very well.
really? i never saw any
you gotta type in math stuff to find them :)