scientific notation, cube root, squared root simplfy using laws of eponents
scientific notation, cube root, squared root simplfy using laws of eponents
Hi Aklesia,
There are different parts of this website for different things. It sounds like you would like to place an ad to find a tutor. If you haven't already done so, go to the Wyzant.com homepage and create an account (or have a parent do this if you are under 18). Then you should be able to post the ad in the appropriate place.
As Apratim said, the section you posted in is for answers to specific questions.
Good luck.
Hi Aklesia, this forum is best used for answering specific problems. If you need help with a broad area of math, e.g. area and volume problems, you might want to look up one of the several tutorials available on the web (i.e., use Google), or schedule sessions with a tutor (whom you can find through this site). (Additionally, if you post an ad here looking for help, you will most likely be contacted by tutors.)
Aklesia,
what these three tutors said is fine, but I think you cannot get real help with that many topics by yourself just by looking thru websites. You have to learn these topics in a certain order - some of them prerequire certain others - and ONLY a teacher or tutor can organize it for you...
Some high schools in our area have free help sessions after school, some days a week. I don't know for sure where in Everett, but I only live 20+ miles away and could meet you between North Seattle and Everett.
Let me know if you have further questions and/or look up my profile here.
/Doc Fred [new on this site]
What Apratim mentioned is spot on, but here are some links that may help:
http://math2.org/math/geometry/areasvols.htm
http://math.about.com/od/formulas/ss/surfaceareavol.htm
VIDEO: http://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/basic-geometry/v/cylinder-volume-and-surface-area
Hope this helps. GOOD LUCK!