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April 19th, 2009, 10:16 PM   #1
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i am so confused!!

i'l be shifting to texas soon and i really have no clue about the topics that will be taught there in grade 10 mathematics.i really don't wanna b a fish out of the water there ,i wanna be prepared. so i would really be thankfull if you guys could give me an idea about the topics covered there....please i really need this one...please
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April 24th, 2009, 09:57 AM   #2
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Re: i am so confused!!

Actually I did teach math in Texas, but it is difficult to say exactly what text you would study. It may depend on the school and your ability level. Anyways and you might not like the answer but I always say study the easiest things you don't know. I can tell you I got better at math by teaching algebra even though I had already studied calculus. Find a book at your level and study that it's the best way to move forward. There are lots of online books, or you could consider a bookstore or library. Find something that interests you but is not so hard that you would quit. Try to focus on the big picture that is what is this or that about. If you could present yourself with the right curriculum you could go far and not worry about the details of what they are teaching in 10th grade in Texas.
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