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iyiogrenci Said,
December 3rd, 2010 @11:07 am  

lizzie and split methods for quadratic equations

trial and error methods for finding roots

elimination choices in multiple choices tests.

easy ways for operations in mind
such as 65×65=(6+1).6 and 5×5
=4225
let them learn the theory of maths
for free sources of math problems
check http://www.pekiyi.150m.com/uys.html
search google for each

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Ricardo Said,
December 3rd, 2010 @11:23 am  

I know of a study community at

http://www.cramster.com/

They usually have enough exercises already solved, using a list of textbooks which are used in many schools and colleges.
The problems are solved step by step.

Also, you may wanna use also, for problem solving this following site

http://www.mathway.com/

Also step by step problem solving and graphing.

Now, I believe the best way to teach and examine the students knowledge, is base your program on a good textbook, and be fair to test them from exercises included in the exercise section of the book.
GOOD LUCK.

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mathprofrockstar Said,
December 3rd, 2010 @12:15 pm  

There is an organization dedicated to just what you are starting. Their website is http://mathcounts.org/

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