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I have dyscalculia and always love learning mnemonics, but I feel like they usually only go up to algebra 1 level. Would love it if anyone wants to share helpful mnemonics for algebra 2, pre calc and calc, and any for college level math classes!

I’m also having trouble identifying whether a word problem is describing positively skewed data or negatively skewed, and low statistical variability vs high in relativity to skewed data, so any help would be great lol. this is more for my psychology class, so i’ll include an example:


A teacher finds the distribution of scores on a final exam to be positively skewed with low variability. On the basis of this information, the teacher would be most justified in concluding that the exam was too…

I know the basics like SohCahToa and FOIL, etc.
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you should not really be using mnemonics in math. you need to actually understand the fundamental concepts, not just have a surface level overview and a collection of memorized procedures.
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Please check chats, If you need any help on algebra.

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