If you are struggling with the division of decimals there are options out there to help you with your homework. The quickest and most efficient way to answer this question is to do an internet search for “free math homework help”, or “help with dividing decimals”, or for more localized help you can use either of the other search string and add your local zip code or town/city name to see what options are available in your area.
Getting homework help can happen both online or in person. For online help look for websites that truly are free. Some may start off free but only for a short period of time, or if you make some other level of commitment or purchase first. Read all of the sections on the site from the home page, about us, all the way to the contact section if there is one. Don’t gloss over any fine print. You want to make sure that the site is not only free but reputable and that they won’t sell your name or email address to any other companies. When choosing the website you may want to also do a specific search for that company to see its user reviews, then ask yourself the following questions:
Knowing this can also help you decide which to choose. There are many sites that already have a good reputation, you may want to start with those.
Many online help sites will use worksheets to help you practice with your trouble areas. This is one way to help you better learn the material. You can also do a specific internet search for each question you need to answer and at times you may get the direct answer, but not necessarily all of the steps to complete the problem yourself. It may be best to use the worksheets to help explain the problems and the proper process to get to the right answer.
You can also find local help in your community. There are many nonprofit organizations that offer free tutoring. If you find a list of available options, you want to do the same research on a brick and mortar resource as you did for the online help. Research the nonprofit’s name and see if there are other out there that used them and how their experience was. Many of these organizations partner with schools in their community so check out your school board or guidance counselor to see if they have suggestions.
There are many resources available for both online and in-person help for anyone struggling with dividing decimals. Just spending a little time researching these options you will be on the fast track to getting the help you need.