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While you're treating order of operations, a bit on the distributive property would also be beneficial to the multiplication page, since it's not readily apparent at first that if you multiply both sides by something, you have to do it to *everything* on both sides.

I remember having a tough time with the distributive property in 7th grade. Surprisingly, a simple, clear explanation of this concept was not available to me. It seemed like this mysterious thing with a fancy name instead of the simple, intuitive concept that it is.

]]>Order of operations popped into my head while reading the pages because they weren't needed. Anyway, I thought then that it would not be so apparent to a newcomer and also low on our natural list of things to explain. (Because we usually don't really think about it anymore.)

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Don't be shy jU, Tigeree and others ... I need you to read those pages and tell me if they make sense!

You will be helping lots of students the world over.

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Imagine you don't know the subject (all the better if you actually don't!), and see if it is easy to understand.

All criticisms welcome ... (when I link it up on the main website there could be thousands of people visit it - so it should be easy and correct).

The pages are:

Introduction to Algebra

Introduction to Algebra - Multiplication