Home based assignments can be a drag. They eat into precious free time that can be devoted to so many other things and it is understandable that most students try to finish it as quickly as possible. The problem with this idea is that you may end up rushing through it and making a mess of things to the point that you need to start all over and find yourself spending even more time on it than you would have if you’d done it the right way initially.
If your concern about your homework time management is driving you to action, do not despair. Looking for help is a step in the right direction. You can consider these tips to help you finish faster and accurately.
Imagine for a moment that you have 15 questions to complete and they all take you ten minutes. On your own that would take 150 minutes but if you have a group of 15 and each person does a single question you would all be able to move on in ten minutes plus a little extra time to take down the other answers. If you want to still benefit from the practice, you can each explain out loud how the answers were derived. Regardless, everyone would benefit from working collectively in a more social environment. An important point to note: do not invite popular but uninspired students to this event. A student may still be useful if he or she is not the brightest but anyone who is unwilling to try will just halt progress and this decreases the group’s effectiveness.
Sometimes a regular internet search is the best way to gain answers. You can look for exactly what you want and find several hundreds of thousands of results related to it. Pre-calculus answers are a bit tricky but sometimes you luck out. Type what you want and see what comes up. Just keep in mind that you may need to double check your answers and this can eat into the time you gained.
Anything you do regularly will become easier in time. If you do extra pre-calculus assignments and focus on precision in no time you will find yourself working out the answers without assistance at speeds that previously seemed impossible to you.
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