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Mathematical formulas can be foreign to some students, similar to speaking a second language. If we can help them pick up on the cues present in every problem, they will be more likely to be successful in decoding the problem and finding a solution. A perfect example is our focus CAHSEE problem which is full of foreign signs and symbols.