algebra help
algebra help

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by Robert Duval  20080728
What is Algebra? Algebra is one of the many branches of mathematics. This branch of math utilizes mathematical equations to describe the relationships between any two things that may change over a pe...

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by Robert Duval  20080728
At the secondary school level, geometry is better known as Euclidean geometry and is defined as the study of plane relationships. It begins with a set of ten axioms and common notions upon which is b...

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by Robert Duval  20080728
Who was Fibonacci, and why was he so important? Fibonacci was also called Leonardo of Pisa. He was born in Pisa, Italy in the year 1175, and Fibonacci was known as one of the best mathematicians in E...

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by Robert Duval  20080728
Nearly every student has to cope with the prospect of algebra homework during the course of his or her High School career since it is the mainstay of the mathematics instruction in most secondary sch...

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by Ann Knapp  20080913
Learning algebra can be difficult for even the brightest of students. Furthermore, all levels of students, from juniorhigh school through adult, as well as many college students find it necessary to...

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by Ann Knapp  20080913
As Chariots Of Fire did for Eric Liddell and Braveheart did for William Wallace, the 2002 film A Beautiful Mind made mathematician John Forbes Nash a household name  without necessarily rendering hi...

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by Ann Knapp  20080913
If you're the parent of a student who is having a difficult time with math, you're familiar with the complaint that equations seem "pointless." Students want to know how solving equations with variab...

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by Ann Knapp  20080913
Toddler TipsDoes your toddler appear to have a streak of your genius? Do you seek strategies to enrich your toddler's intellectual capacity?Recent research has challenged the conventional notion that...

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by Ann Knapp  20080913
Parents often ask why their children are doing poorly in math, particularly in grades 26. For young children, abstract quantities can be daunting, especially when taught in the context of skill dril...

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by Ann Knapp  20080917
Flannel shirts. Dialup connections. "The XFiles." Nirvana and NAFTA. Baggy pants and "Seinfeld." The Bridges Of Madison County and Rent. The phrases "At the end of the day," "Generation X," and "Th...