Hi gals and guys I am about two weeks through the semester, and getting a bit worried about my course work. I just don’t seem to understand the stuff I am learning, especially things to do with how to do square roots on calculators with radicals. Could somebody out there please lend a hand with adding numerators, parallel lines and conversion of units. I can’t afford to pay for a tutor, but if anyone knows about other ways of mastering topics like parallel lines or x-intercept quickly , please let me know Much appreciated

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