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D3V0N


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Registered: 31.05.2003
From: Glendale, AZ

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 21:52    

Hi math lovers , I heard that there are certain programs that can help with us doing our homework,like a teacher substitute. Is this really true? Is there a program that can assist me with algebra ? I have never tried one before , but they are probably not hard to use I assume. If anyone tried such a software , I would really appreciate some more detail about it. I'm in Algebra 1 now, so I've been studying things like rules for subtracting positive and negative numbers and it's not easy at all.
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kfir


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Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 11:33    

I’m quite familiar in rules for subtracting positive and negative numbers. However, it’s quite hard to explain it. I may help you answer it but since the solution is complex, I doubt you will really understand the whole process of solving it so it’s recommended that you really have to ask someone to explain it to you in person to make the explaining clearer. Good thing is that there’s this software that can help you with your problems. It’s called Algebrator and it’s an amazing piece of program because it does not only show the answer but it also shows the process of solving it. How cool is that?
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MoonBuggy


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Registered: 23.11.2001
From: Leeds, UK

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 09:22    

I too have had difficulties in point-slope, perfect square trinomial and reducing fractions. I was advised that there are a number of programs that I could try out. I tried out several but then the finest that I found was Algebrator. Simply keyed in the problem and hit the ‘solve’. I got the response instantaneously . On top of it , I was directed through to the answer by an easily understandable step-by-step process . I have relied on this program for my difficulties with Algebra 2, Pre Algebra and Basic Math. If I were you, I would indeed go for this Algebrator.
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praglanhouzi


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Registered: 07.04.2002
From: I was just here five seconds ago...must have just missed me...

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 13:04    

Thanks for guiding me guys . Now I’m so curious to check out this new software. Can someone post a link where I can order a copy of this product?
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Jot


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Registered: 07.09.2001
From: Ubik

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 07:33    

Check out at the tutorials available at http://www.polymathlove.com/rotating-an-ellipse.html. You have abundant information on Intermediate algebra, particularly on angle suplements, subtracting fractions and simplifying expressions. All the best !
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