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How It Works
- Choose a math course: We offer a wide range of math courses, including a review of basic math skills as well as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and statistics courses.
- Watch entertaining video lessons: Ten-minute video lessons can help you tackle even the toughest math concepts.
- Try your hand at solving practice problems: There are plenty of practice problems to be found in each course's lesson quizzes, chapter quizzes and practice final exams.
- Ask our knowledgeable math instructors for help: Our instructors are here to answer your math questions and help you work through practice problems if you get stuck.
Who Are Our Courses For?
- Adult learners studying for the math portion of the GED
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Why Our Courses Work
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- Practice problems and quizzes: Access practice problems included in the lessons, quizzes and final exams until you feel confident you've mastered key problem-solving skills.
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