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What do you think are two of the trickiest aspects of finding solutions to math problems? When do you have to be most careful to avoid mistakes? Be specific. Then give some suggestions as to steps you can take to avoid making mistakes.

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  1. warningiflirt
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    that a negative and negative makes a positive,, double check your work.

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  2. amari11
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    ? how?

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  3. warningiflirt
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    at the end when you the answer plug it back in and make sure it works.

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    its questions asking for answers... u give your own opinions...

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  5. amari11
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    then just answer the first 2 questions please:)

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  6. warningiflirt
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    yes i think one of the trickiest aspects in solving math problems is making sure when you have two negatives the answer is a positive.

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  7. robz8
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    my answer to this question would depend on what level of math you are at

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  8. warningiflirt
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    true

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  9. amari11
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    im in geometry

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  10. warningiflirt
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    ugh i hated geometry, hold on and let me think of something

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  11. amari11
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    ok and same here!

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  12. robz8
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    memorizing trig identities has always been a problem for me... although that might be pre-cal

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  13. robz8
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    inverse trig is confusing too

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  14. warningiflirt
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    in the triangles you have to use a compass and straight edge to make sure your measurements are exact to find the orthocenter,centroid,etc. It's very easy to accidently move the compass the wrong way or something, you can avoid this by tightening the compass...

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  15. robz8
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    @warningiflirt is that really a 'tricky aspect to finding solutions' though? haha

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  16. warningiflirt
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    well if you mess up your triangle..... your building well come out weird.

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    ambiguous case from sine law was prty dumb

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