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From: Kyle <spadevs@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005110918:47:23
Subject: Re: Re: Area of circles/ Geometry



Algebra, when linked to geometry is sometimes a difficult field to
understand. Most of the time it is just rinse and repeat. Like most
topics in math you have to, try more than one problem to understand
how the equation or formula works. I suggest trying multiple problems
to enhance your comprehension. If its just the algebra your having
trouble with then maybe you should think about tutoring or staying
after to get help. Like any other subject you have to self-regulate
your learning, and use all possible resources to achieve an end
result, which in your case is an understanding of algebra. Good Luck

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