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10 threads found:
  1. Rounding of numbers
    How to round decimals ending in 5.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 12 January 2010

  2. Passing the GED
    Looking for books and other materials to help adults learn the math needed to pass the GED test
    - Date of thread's last activity: 7 December 2006

  3. GCSE
    Information on "General Certificate of Secondary Education"
    - Date of thread's last activity: 14 February 2007

  4. Teaching an adult
    Teaching an adult with a learning disability
    - Date of thread's last activity: 27 October 2006

  5. Where do I start?
    Adult student getting familiar with math after a long break
    - Date of thread's last activity: 28 February 2007

  6. Remedial mathematics
    Assistance with arithmetic and problem solving to prepare a student for army basic skills test.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 25 June 1999

  7. Understanding word problems
    Methods and procedures for helping GED students understand and solve word problems.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 2 December 2007

  8. Teaching subtraction and division to an adult
    How would you teach a middle-aged adult the fundamentals of subtraction and division?
    - Date of thread's last activity: 22 January 2007

  9. Math education for adults
    Community school/college resources for continuing education in mathematics.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 17 April 2003

  10. An algebraic "proof" that 2 = 1
    A false "proof" (for 2 = 1 ) which also shows that what you think is so, isn't necessarily so.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 3 December 2007

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