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UnrealBnoyir


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Registered: 10.09.2003
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Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 19:43    

Hello everyone . I am a student in the Remedial Algebra. I like math very much since I was a kid. Unfortunately I have come to a point where I can no longer solve my math problems by myself. I had a math private teacher, who helped me for a while with my homework, but I had to pay a lot of money that I had to tell him not to come anymore. Today we studied something new: fractions with radicals sum, and when I came home from school I realized that I can't do my algebra homework, and that stressed me. I also still don't get graphing parabolas and fractional exponents. What should I do now? I like math and I don't want to have bad grades.
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IlbendF


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Registered: 11.03.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 15:29    

Although I understand what your situation is , but if you could explain in greater detail the areas in which you are facing struggling, then I might be in a better position to guide you. Anyhow I have some advice for you, try Algebrator. It can solve a wide range of questions, and it can do so within minutes. And there’s more to come, it also gives a detailed step-by-step description of how it arrived at a particular solution . That way you don’t just solve your problem but also get to understand how to go about solving it. I found this program to be particularly useful for solving questions on fractions with radicals sum. But that’s just my experience, I’m sure it’ll be good for other topics as well.
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Registered: 08.01.2002
From: Australia

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:12    

Hello, I am a mathematics teacher. I use this program whenever I get stuck at any problem. Algebrator is undoubtedly a very handy software.
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Registered: 23.11.2001
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Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 08:31    

This sounds too good to be true. How can I purchase it? I think I might recommend it to my friends if it is really as great as it sounds.
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Registered: 25.11.2004
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Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 13:34    

I remember having difficulties with x-intercept, linear inequalities and fractional exponents. Algebrator is a really great piece of algebra software. I have used it through several algebra classes - Basic Math, Algebra 1 and Intermediate algebra. I would simply type in the problem and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended.
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Registered: 13.03.2002
From: Omnipresent

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 07:49    

Check out at the lessons available at http://www.softmath-algebrator.com/solving-equations-with-rational-expressions.html. You have plentiful information on Basic Math, particularly on multiplying fractions, like denominators and trinomials. Good luck!
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