Free Instant Help With Math Problems

@peaceful (3301)
United States
March 1, 2007 7:27am CST
So your kids ask you to determine the angles and area of a true Isoceles Triangle, and you feel pre-historically stupid 'cuz you haven't the foggiest idea they are talking about? Why not impress the little "treasures" with your seemingly endless talent for solving math problems in an instant! Get the answers and advice at http://www.webmath.com You'll probably be able to dust off that Slide Rule and finally use it! LOL! :) (For those of you who don't know what a Slide Rule is, it's a really old school manual calculator)
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@villageanne (8554)
• United States
2 Mar 07
Thanks for the link. I no longer have kids at home. I did a discussion with some links to help with homework about a month ago and I was surprised at the amount of comments. Everyone is looking for help with their kids homework. Teachers are sending more homework home all the time and parents cant help them.
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@peaceful (3301)
• United States
2 Mar 07
Glad to help out, my good friend! :) These days, I finding that a good workout not only means the old bod, but should include the brain as well!:)
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• United States
21 Mar 07
I just rated you another + for this post. You are always so thoughtful and helpful. I appreciate the time you put into your posts to help others. Thank you dear.
@peaceful (3301)
• United States
21 Mar 07
Many people rarely find the time to find this stuff on their own, I,m very happy to be able to help! :)
@brokentia (10396)
• United States
15 Mar 07
This could prove to be very helpful!!! I had to bookmark it because my eldest son is in calculus and I just can't seem to help him there. :( He will get very frustrated and there is nothing I can do to help...besides tell him to take a break or a deep breath. So, I will have to put that website to the test the next time he has an issue. Thanks!
@peaceful (3301)
• United States
15 Mar 07
Happy to help your kids with the Calculus thing! :) The math skills needed for today's children can be overwhelming for us "Old Heads"! LOL!
@kelly60 (4548)
• United States
3 Mar 07
Thanks for the link. I remember a couple of years ago when I tried to help my son with his math and had him twice as confused as when I began helping. His brother looked at what I was doing and told me that they no longer do it that way anymore. How do you help kids if they change the way they do things? Maybe this site will help me to help my kids with their math again.
@peaceful (3301)
• United States
3 Mar 07
They are linked with Discovery Education, and the updated info will be available for free... Glad to help! :)
@humbleme (1004)
• India
3 Mar 07
Thank you very very much for your guidance.I have joined it.Thanks once again.
@peaceful (3301)
• United States
3 Mar 07
Good for you, you'll find a more receptive and knowledgible audience there. They'll get you on the road to a better financial experience.
@humbleme (1004)
• India
2 Mar 07
Thank you very much for the link as you are always informative.Can you advice any scam free online business, that doesnot need any investment/free to join, but rewarding if, worked hard and honestly on that?
@peaceful (3301)
• United States
2 Mar 07
I suggest that you join a business forum and ask your questions there... You'll probably get more relevent answers and your result might be more on target than in a social forum.