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## Geometry Ch3.6 #11 Solution

Question from Anna: Geometry Chapter 3 Lesson 5 Number 11. How do we figure this out? Answer from Cassidy Cash: Start with what we know: North East West South make 90-degree angles so <NOE = <EOS = <SOW = 90 degrees A = 50. So to this point, draw with N = 0,...

## Say YES to the calculator!

One of the most frequent math questions we get from homeschool parents is "Do I let my students use a calculator?" Is your student begging for the calculator? Have you stood firm against it all through elementary school? Do you feel like you are the “no” monster?...

## Algebra 11.5 #7b

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## Help with Grading

There is no wrong way to grade. It's completely up to you. You are in charge. But sometimes we need some help deciding where to even begin. Our advice is to remember that the goal is learning, not grades. Grades are a reflection to OTHERS of how much you’ve learned....

## Homework Help Complex Problems – Moving Deeper into Concepts

As you move deeper into each textbook (Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2 w/Trig, Calculus, etc), the problems will contain several concepts you've learned earlier - all in one problem. This complexity can make it difficult to find the "how-to" or examples in the book to...

## Jacobs Geometry Chapter 15 Lesson 1 Problem 57

In Jacobs Geometry Chapter 15 Lesson 1 problem 57, we are asked, "In how many planes do the square faces of the cube faces of the unfolded hypercube lie?" The Solutions Manual says 13 planes. Let's see how they got that number. Imagine the red,...

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