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1. How to Get Better Grades

This is a 4500 word document detailing how to earn better grades. Even implementing just a few of these 13 tips will help ensure math & science success for your middle or high school student! 

2. How to Supplement Your Child’s Education 

This is the perfect guide for ideas on how to supplement your child’s education. 

3. The Three Most Helpful Geometric Proofs

Here’s three of the most useful geometric proofs, how and when to use them, and why knowing them will make geometry so much easier!

4. Triangular Proportionality Theorem: The Geometric Trick You Never Knew You Needed

Understanding these theorems allow you to see how geometric concepts can be used beyond the classroom and applied to more complex ideas. 

5. How to Find the Base, Height, and Area of Triangles (Right, Acute, or Obtuse!)

Don’t let the goofy shape names confuse you, every type of triangle has a simple formula for finding area, base, and height. Perhaps the easiest way to approach these formulae is to start with the most basic triangle form.

6. Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities

Here, we will be explaining the many forms of linear equations and inequalities, and showing you how to graph them. Graphing a linear function allows you to find various combinations of points that, when plugged in, serve as a solution to the equation. 

7. Four Tips When Beginning To Learn Spanish

This is an article with four solid tips for anyone who is just get started with Spanish. The article dives into ideas that will prepare the learned to better understand and comprehend the structure of language. Start applying these ideas today and watch your Spanish speaking skills soar!

8. What Are Polynomials and How Do You Factor Them?

A polynomial is an algebraic expression that can be made up of variables, coefficients, exponents, and constants. There are many types of polynomials.