If you’ve been set some algebra homework which you haven’t got the foggiest idea how to accomplish, you should be aware that there a number of places where you’ll be able to find the answers you need…
First place to look is in your Math textbooks. It’s likely that the very pre algebra answers you need have been right under your nose all along.
If that’s no good (or perhaps you’ve found a solution but you still don’t understand it), then get yourself online. There’s an abundance of data on the web, so you are bound to find what you’re after; although you can’t afford to use a wrong answer, so makes sure that the site you’re on is reliable and trustworthy. If you use reputable mathematical and educational sites, you should be just fine.
Looking in your campus library is a great idea (and remember that if you don’t have internet access at home, you can always use it here). There will be plenty of books, periodicals and the like which will contain what you require. If you don’t know where to find what you are looking for, librarians will always be able to assist you (and you won’t find that service on the web!)
It’s always worth asking your fellow class friends if they know; but don’t just rely on Billy Smith’s solution which he’s scribbled in haste at the back of his notebook. Make sure that the information you get is correct! Fellow students may know of the perfect website to look on, or they might be able to lend you the perfect book, so it’s always a good idea to ask.
If you are still feeling stuck, then ask someone else for help. Your mom or older brother might be able to abet you; but the best person to ask is your teacher. After all- they were the one who set you the homework in the first place, so it seems very likely that they’ll know where to find the answers!
If you find that you’re struggling to even understand your homework (and if this is a common occurrence), it’s also a great idea to chat things through with your teacher. Everyone has different ways of learning, so sometimes all it takes is looking at a problem from a new angle to fully grasp it.
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