The United States continues to struggle with the issue of how much students should be learning math, and the solution isn’t necessarily easy.

There are three major types of math problems, according to a new report from Pearson Education, which provides the most comprehensive data on the subject.

The first two, called the “standard” and “high-standard” problems, require students to use a calculator or an app to work out the answer.

The third, called “math skills” problems are more challenging, requiring students to solve problems by hand.

These are known as “math-based” and are the least-commonly-used types of problems.

Pearson’s research found that while high-standard problems are often easier to solve, these problems tend to be much more complex than standard problems.

“Standard math skills” questions are designed to make students more likely to complete them.

Pearce Education’s survey found that only about 20 percent of students in middle and high school were able to solve the standard-math skills problem.

The high-quality problems, which are designed for students with more advanced math skills, are less common.

When it comes to high-level math problems requiring advanced skills, the percentage of students completing these is even lower: less than half of students were able and willing to complete the standard math skills problem in middle school.

These problems are also much more likely than standard math problems to have math-based questions, such as “Which number is 1?” or “What is the length of the distance between two points?”

In high school, students are less likely to be able to answer the math-related questions because they need more time to learn.

“We know that kids who are struggling with math need to learn how to solve math problems.

They need to do their homework,” said Susan G. Lasky, Pearson’s director of education.

“But the math problems that they are faced with are often not the ones that they would do in a math-oriented classroom.”

Pearson surveyed 1,000 middle and middle school students in the United States in 2015.

While students are getting more and more math-intensive, Laskys said, the high-stakes math problems are still a problem.

“I don’t think it’s that students have less interest in the standard problems, it’s more that they have less willingness to do the math related problems,” she said.

“In high school and in college and in their career, we see more of these ‘math-focused’ problems.”

For students with a particular type of math problem, Liskys said it’s possible that they may need more tutoring and more support from their parents.

“A lot of students that come in for math-focused math problems don’t have the kind of support that they might need from their parent, so they’re more vulnerable to those kinds of problems,” Laskyt said.

“And then they’re less likely, or more at risk, to be successful at these types of problem-solving.”

There are many factors that contribute to high math-specific problems, including the type of mathematics, the ability to use the app or calculator, the level of math skill, and whether or not students have access to tutoring.

Some students may need additional support, such to have a mentor or to have more homework help.

But Laskyls said the problem with high-solution problems is that students need to work more to get the math down.

“Students have to be motivated to learn more math,” she noted.

The number of students with high math skills was lower than what we’d expect if we just looked at students who are able to use calculators, Likys said.

That suggests that students may not be using the apps and calculators that are available to them.

There is no simple answer to whether high-resolved math problems in middle or high school are more common than standard, high-resolution math problems because it’s hard to know how to measure the difference between the two types.

Some researchers believe that students are more likely if they’re able to do math by hand or are taking advantage of the help of a math tutor.

“What’s really important for us to do is take a look at the data and look at what’s actually happening,” Lisky said.

In the report, Pearson Education also found that students with higher math skills are also more likely, on average, to complete math-critical questions, which can include algebra and geometry.

The report did not include data for students who do not have math skills.

There are several ways that students can improve their math skills by working on specific math problems such as solving problems on paper, or by learning by doing.

For example, some teachers recommend that students spend time practicing using math apps such as Apple’s “Math Jam” or Google’s “Geometry Jam.”

Other teachers suggest using math tools like the app Math Genius or Microsoft’s Math