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These are great.   One thing you might try while reviewing your previous math courses is to draw a number line.  Use your fingers to point to different positions and move your fingers to represent the steps that you write down in algebra.   It's easy to memorize enough "tricks"...

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Another way you may consider if you have been introduced to fractional powers: You might remember that a1/n is the number that must be multiplied as n copies to get a.  In other words, (a1/n)n = a.  Consider the following set of equations: (161)1...