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What is necessary to help a student learn variousconceptual aspects of algebra is to find out exactly what he does not understandconceptually or logically about what he has been presented. There are anynumber of reasons a student may not be able to work a problem, and repeatingto him things he does understand, or merely repeatingthings he heard the first time but does not understand, is generally notgoing to help him. Until you find out the specific stumbling block, youare not likely to tailor an answer that addresses his needs, particularlyif your general explanation did not work with him the first time or twoor three anyway and nothing has occurred to make that explanation any moreintelligible or meaningful to him in the meantime.
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I like to use a soft cotton-lycra blend knit (it won’t pill like rayon or bamboo knit), 1 inch wide elastic, and sew-in bra cups. Make sure the bra cups are your appropriate cup size and that you like the shape they give you. Slightly padded cups will keep your girls from “tuning in Tokyo.” I buy cups in the garment district, where there are lots of different shapes to choose from. If your resources are more limited, Dritz makes cups .
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