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24/MAI/2009 10:53 AM |

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math symbols and how is taught in high school in U |

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I think that was the most generic question ever, so I narrowed the options a bit.
Generally speaking here goes some: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math_symbols
http://www.google.com/Top/Kids_and_Teens/School_Time/Math/
Suppose we are looking for polynomials (but could be a range of others math topics)=>
Suppose we are teaching polynomials, but the young already did his homework, how can we have a quick proof to be sure if he scored or failed the question? Here is an on-line calculator.
http://www.webmath.com/polydiv.html The problem to solve is: The goal here is to divide (3x^2+5x+2) by (2x+1) The answer is: x2-3x with a remainder of =================================== P.S. Don´t be enemy of the books, these days there are tons of them in the bookshops (sometimes not so expensive) and they are written by people that are into the subject (here, maths). The editors take advantage of the expertise of the best professionals (with decades of experience), for nobody is going to author a math book without being unaware of the burden task and responsibility it needs. Plus, they are proofread and there´s a real concern to adjust the reading for teen´s language. Anyway, is up to you. And there´s another think I couldn´t help noticing, you said one month? quite a pressure to you, let alone the poor creature...
Hope it helps and good luck. |

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