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Common Sense Media says

Textbook math problems solved online!

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Kid, 10 years old April 9, 2008
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I loved myself that I found this website!!!!!!

I really dont like math and I think I love myself even more because I found a website that can actual ask someone can you help me, but now I can now ask a website thank you guys for making hotmath.com I think I get the math.
Teen, 16 years old Written byalondra.v.h.s. February 17, 2009
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this web is graet

i \love this web because it helps me in my homework alot and i dont get fs anymore
Educator Written byshawnag January 6, 2015
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Educator and Parent Written byjackjack5 April 21, 2014
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Good as far as it goes but not far enough

If Hot Math covers the textbook that is assigned to your student, it is a useful aid. Often textbooks or workbooks offer few examples, if any, to assist a student in understanding the material presented. Hot Math does provide step-by-step solutions to portions of the textbook which Hot Math considers "homework" but does not provide solutions to problems that Hot Math considers "classwork". This is very frustrating because teachers often assigned as homework, classwork problems. So subscribers to Hot Math only get half their money's worth so anyone subscribing the Hot Math should be aware that they're going to be shortchanged.