Yes, Many kids are afraid of Algebra Exams and Homework.
So, try to understand the problems or the concepts from your Professor / Teacher / Tutor.
Discuss with your friends. Try Online. There are many more sites / Professors are helping kids online.
Send your problems we will solve or teach you live. Try YouTube. There are thousands of videos available on Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Stat and many more.
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Another important thing to note about the algebra is the fact that his teachings are interconnected and in fact is based on the other. This means there must be continuity if they are university students retain the lessons of algebra. Once again, continuity is achieved if they are to see the importance of algebra in everyday life. If you are aware of the importance of algebra, then it will be able to relate to real events algebra lessons they have learned.
Yes Sam. Continuity is important in Math, especially in Algebra. If you miss your classes don't worry copy from your friends and discuss with them. If you still not clear about the problems, meet your school tutor. Try it in web.
As i mentioned in earlier posts, you can learn very easily and interactively... watch this video. How to Solve 5x ^2 + 9 -- 3x + 4x ^2 + 8x + 7
Please don’t get me wrong, my teachers be great. If we just worked on those straightforward details a bit additional and were educated extra strictly be acing 6th grade. I am really stressed out because algebra 2 is necessary at my school in order to graduate. This is very disturbing, because I am good at any subject but math, I have 5 because and an F on my last report card, yes the F was on math, for both semesters