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From: John R.S. <jrsjrs@myway.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004111820:26:07
Subject: Re: Math (Alg-Cal) help on the internet that is book specific

Do most math textbooks not come with a teacher's edition that gives
all the answers?  So why would a website with book answers be
necessary?
Wouldn't this only encourage students to always be looking up the
answers and never give them the confidence to try questions outside
the text?
I think a much more useful website is - www.TheMathWebSite.com  .
It generates random questions complete with solution steps and
answers, that can be used for lessons, practice, homework and
evaluation.  It is free and constantly updated and improved. 


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