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Cliff has answered many Math questions from other students who need a little help on their homework and tests. Browse this list of questions to find out if Cliff has an answer for you.
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How do I get ready for a math test?
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How can banks afford to lend out so much money?
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What good is geometry going to do me after I get out of school?
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I keep forgetting how to add fractions. Can you remind me?
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My teacher talks about the Greatest Common Factor. What's so great about it?
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Got any tips on finding percentages of a number?
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What does associative property mean when youâ€™re talking about adding numbers?
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How do I use domain and range in functions?
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Can I take a calculator to my ACT exam?
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How do I change percents to decimals and fractions? How about decimals and fractions to percents?
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What should I do if my teacher wants me to solve an inequality on a number line?
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What is a fast and easy way to work word problems?
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How do you combine numbers and symbols in an algebraic equation?
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How do I go about rounding off a number?
40
What is the First Derivative Test for Local Extrema?
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What can I expect in the math part of the SAT?
42
Can you describe a prism for me?
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How can I double-check my answers to math equations?
44
How do you factor a binomial?
45
I get the words
mean
,
mode
,
median
, and
range
mixed up in math. What do they all mean?
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How do you combine like terms in algebra?
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Can you make it easier for me to understand what makes a number a prime number?
48
Explain probability to me (and how about some examples)?
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Solving story problems is, well, a problem for me. Can you help?
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What's inferential statistics all about?
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