### Math homework problem solving: a helpful guide for students

Are you one of those people who find math homework tough and boring? You are not alone. Some students find math quite tough and just do it because it is a compulsory subject. If you have been given math school work you can follow the below guide to help you complete it.

### Consult your notes

You should look over the notes that are the problems that need to be solved. It is good to write notes in class when your teacher is explaining how to solve math problems. These notes may be short and may be understandable if you concentrate in class. If your teacher gives you notes then you can have a look at these. You can also look at the explanations provided in the textbook that has been provided to you. Read carefully over the notes that you have so that you can understand how to solve the problem. Go carefully over the examples given.

### Consult the internet

There are websites that have explanations for math problems. These may be easier to understand if they are simple. You can search for these and have a look at them. If you understand the explanations given, then that is good.

### Work in a group

You can try and work with other class fellows so as to solve the problems given to you. In this way, others can share what they know. If this is done properly, then you may be able to gain information in solving certain math problems.

### Ask class fellows

You can ask your class fellows if they have understood how to solve the problems given in your math homework. You can ask them to explain to you how to do these.

### Ask your teacher

If you are finding the questions too difficult and cannot understand the explanations in your notes and the internet, the option is still present to ask your teacher. Your teacher may explain how to solve the problem, and you may be able to understand from this.

### Read the question

Read the questions properly that are given to you and follow the instructions. In math as well as in other subjects it is vital to read the question properly. Solve the problem from what you have learned. You can then compare your answers with your friends. If some are wrong, then you can explain to each other how you solved the problem.