How can I look up the answers to my math text book?

how can I look up the answers to my math text book ?
jaybird4eva
Asked Sep 05, 2012
My math volume 1 McGraw-Hill
The object of learning math is to produce your own answers. Including the answers in the textbook or on the Internet would defeat that purpose. You have to put some effort into it.

If you don't understand how to do it, click on the "Watch" button at the link below and navigate to the area of math you're in and watch the videos as many times as you want for free.

http://www.khanacademy.org/
Rob
Answered Sep 05, 2012
Edited Sep 05, 2012
What math text book do you have?
I have Glencoe Mcgraw Hill and on the very back of the page, it shows sample answers.
If you don't have that type of textbook, you can try typing the math problem online, some people may have asked that question before, so there might be an answer
samkwok
Answered Sep 05, 2012
McGraw-Hill My Math
rosatriplett77
Answered Nov 21, 2013
Edited Nov 21, 2013

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