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Answers:Speak to your math teacher. He will help you to obtain the answer key if he feels that would be beneficial to you./
Answers:Lets face it. An answer key is nice but it does not teach you the math. Nor does a solutions manual when you are old enough that they come with your math books. They show you the solution and how THEY go to the answer but as you will find out sometimes the book does some pretty stupid stuff to get to the answer. I don't know about your answer key. Learn the material! Math builds and builds and builds and builds and builds...Make sure you know the basics. HTH
Answers:Can you write down the questions? Many of us are not in your math class so we don't have the book... sorry...
Answers:EDIT: my answer below is based on the assumption that you are the parent/teacher, not the student trying to cheat. If you *are* the student, you will only be hurting yourself when it comes time to do the next level. Math is like a multi-story building - each level builds on the previous level and if you are shaky in one level, the levels above it will not stand. Algebra II has probably 20 tests - you want the answers to ALL of them? You can probably find a used copy of the answer key on Amazon or eBay or a new one at Rainbow Resource or even Saxon's (Harcourt's) website. Make sure you get the edition that matches your book (I think they're up to the third edition now). BTW - they also have a solutions manual that gives step-by-step solutions to all the problems in the book (and I believe on the tests). You have to purchase the solutions manual separate from the rest of the program. It is available at a discount from Rainbow Resource (see link below) as well as other places. Source(s): Rainbow Resource: http://www.rainbowresource.com/prodlist.... I got this from "Homeschoolmom"on this website. Hope that helps!