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 Sunday 31st of May

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Wo1f

Registered: 28.01.2005
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 Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 14:38 Hi there I have almost taken the decision to look fora math private teacher, because I've been having a lot of problems with algebra homework recently . each time when I come home from school I spend all my time with my algebra homework, and in the end I still seem to be getting the incorrect answers. However I'm also not certain whether a algebra tutor is worth it, since it's very costly , and who knows, maybe it's not even that good . Does anyone know anything about convert decimal numbers to the ratio of two integers that can help me? Or maybe some explanations about perfect square trinomial,evaluating formulas or adding fractions? Any ideas will be valued.
ameich

Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

 Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 17:20 Sounds like your bases are not strong. Mastering in convert decimal numbers to the ratio of two integers requires that your concepts be concrete. I know students who actually start tutoring juniors in their first year. Why donâ€™t you try Algebrator? I am pretty sure, this program will aid you.
Homuck

Registered: 05.07.2001
From: Toronto, Ontario

 Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:19 I had always struggled with math during my high school days and absolutely hated the subject until I came across Algebrator. This product is so awesome , it helped me improve my grades considerably . It didn't just help me with my homework, it taught me how to solve the problems. You have nothing to lose and everything to benefit by buying this brilliant product .
Nava_Lake

Registered: 21.01.2004
From: Hiding

 Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 19:21 All, Thanks a lot for the guidance that you have given . I just had a look at the Algebrator available at: https://polymathlove.com/decimals.html. The best part that I liked was the money back guarantee that they are extending there. I went ahead and purchased Algebrator. It is really user friendly and proves to be a remarkable tool for College Algebra.
erx

Registered: 26.10.2001
From: PL/DE/ES/GB/HU

 Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 13:52 I understand, math software are mostly limited to mathematical symbols only. But this program has taken things a step further. Visit https://polymathlove.com/combining-operations.html and experience it for yourself.
DVH

Registered: 20.12.2001
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 Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 11:53 Algebrator is a user friendly product and is certainly worth a try. You will find many exciting stuff there. I use it as reference software for my math problems and can swear that it has made learning math more fun .