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What is the request, response, result method to solving algebraic word problems?

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Asked by eirving Monday Sep 20th 2010 in Financial Aid
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The request, response, result method used in algebra is a way to organize your thinking through a problem. Similar to how a piece of writing has an opening, a body, and then a close in its structure, working through an algebraic problem can also have a structure.

In algebra word problems, it is your job to first discover the request. This is the part of the problem that needs you to take action. Next your job is to break down the responses needed to help you find the solution. The last part of the problem is to determine your end result. The more sufficient the responses the higher the result is in quality.

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