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Will you do my homework for me?
No, but here are some homework help resources:

50States.com - Includes quick fact sheets on the states.

Bartleby.com - Provides access to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and thesauri. The site also includes quotations, biographies, and online books. 

Citation Machine - Enter author, title and publisher details and the Citation Machine will provide you with a bibliography.

Create A Graph - Enter your data and labels and this site will produce a printable graph.

General Chemistry Online! - A university site, with a chemistry glossary and frequently asked questions that will help you through high school chemistry.

HighBeam Encyclopedia - Browse through the pages in this online encyclopedia that offers multiple articles per topic.

Language Learning Library - Learn basic phrases and grammar in Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian.

Librarians' Index to the Internet -Collection of links on various school topics to help with your research that have been selected by librarians for teens.

KnowItNow - Can’t make it in to the library? Librarians from Ohio are available online to answer your reference questions, 24/7. 

The Owl at Purdue - Quick reference for citations in ALA and MLA formatting.

Physlink - Physics and astronomy reference materials including glossaries, equations and and online periodic table.

POTUS: Presidents of the United States - A database concentrating only on US Presidents with quick fact sheets and more detailed information.

Spark Notes - The online equivalent of Cliff Notes, these study guides provide chapter summaries, list and describe characters, and offer study questions.

Webmath.com - A comprehensive site that allows you to enter a problem and provide you with a step by step explanation and answer.

 

 
 
     

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
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