Math workbooks typically include answer keys in appendices at the end. If you are unable to find a answer key there, search the table of contents at the beginning of the book or following the math exercises at the end of each unit or chapter. In rare cases, textbooks may not offer answer keys. If not, consider seeking help from your classmates, parents or guardians, school sponsored tutors, or free online resources, such as HomeworkHelp.ilc.org.
While most math textbooks provide answer keys to assist in student learning, some do not. If you are unable to find an answer key in your algebra workbook, ask a classmate, tutor, teacher or other adult for assistance. Often, working through an assignment as a team encourages the creativity, problem solving and critical thinking needed to find the correct answer to any question and understand the concepts involved.
If an assistant is not available to help, consider using one of many free online services such as HomeworkHelp.ilc.org to discuss questions, math concepts and other homework-related issues with a live tutor. Remember to attempt to solve a problem on your own before confirming the answer with a key, tutor or friend to receive the maximum benefit from your studies.