# TCNJ student activities # How To Check My Math Homework: Professional Help

Math is not like other theoretical subjects that you can cram or copy from someone else. You need to understand the subject and practice it in order to master it. Students often find it hard to complete math assignments if they do not have an interest in the subject. One common issue that students face while writing math assignments is that they are not accustomed to reading signs, symbols, formulae and numerical figures. They start to panic when they see a lot of signs, symbols and digits in one paper. Out of this anxiety, even if they know the answers they will find it hard to write their paper.

Below is a list of ways to check if your math answers are correct

• Reverse method
• Often when you attempt a math sum, there is reverse method to check your answers. You can put the result value in the equation and replace some known value with a variable. When you solve it, you will find out if your answer is correct. The number that you replaced with a variable and your answer should be the same. This is more like putting values in an equation

• At the end of your textbook
• If the question is from an exercise in your textbook then you can easily find out if your answer is correct. You need to simply open the respective page at the end of your book and match the answers with yours.

• A math guidebook with solved answers
• You can use a math guidebook that can be purchased at a nearby bookstore to check the method and answer you have.