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How to learm math at an old age to get back in the real world. too keep up. and go back to school?

How to learm math at an old age to get back in the real world. too keep up. and go back to school? Topic: Math homework help algebra html
July 15, 2019 / By Bertie
Question: iam 54yr old and trying to go back to school need much help in math i did not get a good basied in school and noe i fine it myslef wontd to no just how to do this so i can keep up with the new world.
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Abiud Abiud | 3 days ago
Hi: your Never too old to learn and for math help here are some websites for it Here my list I built up from various Math help websites I visited in the past: www. math.com www.webmath.com www.sosmath.com www.coolmath.com www.purplemath.com www.mathpower.com www.analyzemath.com.html www.AAAmath,com www. figurethis.com www.mathcats.com www.easymaths.com www.homeworkspot.com/high/math www. parentingteens.about.com/od/math/Math_Fr... www.themathhomeworkhelp.com www.aplusmath.com www.homeworkhelp4u.com/math_homework_h... www.nutshellmath.com www.mathhomeworkhelp.com www.freemathhelp.com www.algebra.com www.infoplease.com/homework www.mathisfun.com www.mathhomeworkhotline.com www.mathway.com www.maths4fun.com www.masterland.com www.mathshelp.co.uk http://www.mathexpression.com Brightstorm(http://www.brightstorm.com/d/math) http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html a free online graphing calculator, allowing you to graph up to 4 functions Those math help website will help you with any math problems or question you might have I hope this helps
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Abiud Originally Answered: I really dont wanna go back to school tomorrow. I mean I REALLY don't wanna go back. Dang I'm even crying?
It's weird -- people think that kids are so carefree because they don't have all the "adult" things to worry about, but it's not true. As you've said, kids have lots of things to stress about, and school, friends, homework, bad teachers, add up to a lot of stress and worry. I'm so sorry that you are going through this, especially without really being able to confide in your mom... I'll give you some advice, and I hope it helps. #1. Since you can't change teachers/schools, etc. you'll need to focus on changing your reaction to them. It's not easy. But the only way you'll get some kind of peace is by finding some way to not react to everything. For example, if the kids bug you, then focus on something else. Don't interact with them if you know they're going to stress you out. And if you have to interact with them, try to focus on something pleasurable, so that your reaction won't be the same reaction as always. #2. Homework -- do your best and move on. Do what you can, so that you can look yourself in the mirror, and if it's not an A, then so what? #3. Get a different perspective. I read a great book called "Three Cups of Tea" about the plight of girls in Pakistan, where until fairly recently, girls were not allowed to go to school. In fact, in the northern regions, they didn't have schools for any of the kids to go to. It took major efforts to build schools and find teachers for them. Kids spent their time out in the cold trying to learn and tracing problems in the dirt, just to try to learn. These kids (esp. girls) would have given their right arm to have the same opportunity that you have now. #4. Find something to be grateful for. I know you might say you have nothing to be grateful for, but there's always something. For one, I'll bet you're healthy. You probably can walk, and have all your limbs, and never have to worry about whether or not you'll wake up to find that your house has been bombed and family killed. This is a reality in other parts of the world, but probably not where you live. So try to find things that your grateful for and concentrate on them. Keep a list, so that when you're really down you can refer to it. #5. This is really, hard, probably harder than #4. When you have to deal with annoying people constantly, try to find one thing good about them. It may even have to be that you like the hairclip, or that the color of her shoes isn't awful. But try -- trying to find something admirable opens up your mind and will help you stop reacting negatively. I hope this helps. Being in turmoil is the worst, but I've found that being grateful and looking for the good in situations and people has helped me more than anything. Also, the silver lining in all of this, is that you are becoming a stronger person every day for living through something difficult.
Abiud Originally Answered: I really dont wanna go back to school tomorrow. I mean I REALLY don't wanna go back. Dang I'm even crying?
There is seriously nothing you can do but go to school tomorrow. Trust me, yesterday I was super nervous and then when I went to school I realized it wasn't so bad. In fact, after school I didn't want to leave. Do you have friends there? If you don't, friends play an important part especially in motivating you to go to school(for many people.) If you don't I'm sure you can talk to someone! Right now just think that your summer break is in 5 months and you won't get it unless you go to school tomorrow. Why not treat yourself to a manicure or something special tomorrow after school? You can reward yourself for having the courage to go to school even when you are in this state. You will feel really good, and I love having pretty nails because it makes me feel pretty and like I can do anything lmao. :) It seems like you have major anxiety though, and to be honest sometimes I worry alot too. You should really talk to your mom about it. Good luck in school tomorrow have I hope you had a good holiday!
Abiud Originally Answered: I really dont wanna go back to school tomorrow. I mean I REALLY don't wanna go back. Dang I'm even crying?
✿¤·ஐ Sorry, but sometimes we just have to put with things we don't like. Especially when we grow up. I had the same anxiety issues when I was in High School. I dropped out half way through High School because of it. I did end up getting home schooled. (I went to the school to pick up the work and do exams, but I did the work at home) It took me an extra 2 years because I wasn't motivated, nor really pushed to have deadlines. I did it when I felt up to it. I also lost all social skills. When it came time to move out and get a job, I was petrified because I became so antisocial. Now that I'm back out there, talking to people all the time, I am so happy. So, either stick it out until you graduate, or look for another way to finish. Don't let other people get to you. They aren't worth it. I had about 4-5 kids who were always on my case to hurt me, looking back, I can't believe how sad they were. And how much they wasted my time. Now, they work at Diary Queen, Loeb and the others are on welfare. They went far, ah! Please, ignore them. They are just a small part of your history. You'll forget about them eventually. ✿¤·ஐ

Sky Sky
Find your nearest community college and see if they have a counselor for older adults. They have special programs in many states. They will give you a placement test and recommend the right math class for you. If you don't want to go to college, you could look for ads for tutors, and call them to see if they tutor adults. Search for "online math help for adults" and you will find lots of sites. Some are free and some charge. Good for you that you still want to learn. I went back to college and graduated at age 40. I hadn't had a math class in 20 years, so it was difficult, but not impossible.
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Sky Originally Answered: Can I get my deposit back from Real Estate brokerage?
Did you sign an exclusive agreement with your agent? If not, you call & tell them you will need your deposit back since the offer was rejected. You have the right to a refund & you can change agents. However if you signed an exclusive you can't use another agent until your contract is up. They still must refund your money though.
Sky Originally Answered: Can I get my deposit back from Real Estate brokerage?
Just notify the agent you want your deposit returned. Since there was never a contract there's nothing for the seller to sign so it should be returned quickly. realtor.sailor

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