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by looking at two linear equations, is there a way you can you tell if the corresponding lines are parallel
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rjom1918dotcam


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Registered: 10.12.2003
From: michigan

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:51    

Hi math gurus . This is my first post in any forum. I struggle a lot with by looking at two linear equations, is there a way you can you tell if the corresponding lines are parallel problems . No matter how hard I try, I just am not able to solve any equation in less than an hour. If things go this way, I reckon I will not be able to pass my math exam.
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kfir


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Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 20:40    

What in particular is your trouble with by looking at two linear equations, is there a way you can you tell if the corresponding lines are parallel? Can you provide some additional details your problem with locating a tutor at an affordable fee is for you to go in for a appropriate program. There are a range of programs in math that are accessible . Of all those that I have tried out, the finest is Algebrator. Not only does it answer the algebra problems, the good thing in it is that it makes clear each step in an easy to follow manner. This ensures that not only you get the exact answer but also you get to be trained how to get to the answer.
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Koem


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Registered: 22.10.2001
From: Sweden

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 07:50    

Algebrator truly is a must-have for us algebra students. As already said in the post above , not only does it solve questions but it also explains all the intermediary steps involved in reaching that final solution . That way you don’t just get to know the final answer but also learn how to go about solving questions from the scratch , and it helps a lot in working on assignments.
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Tonmei-D


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Registered: 19.08.2003
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Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 08:19    

Thank you, I will try the suggested program . I have never tried any program until now, I didn't even know that they exist. But it sure sounds cool! Where did you find the program? I want to get it right away, so I have time to study for the test .
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Vild


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Registered: 03.07.2001
From: Sacramento, CA

Posted: Friday 05th of Jan 08:22    

I am sorry; I forgot to give the link in the previous post. You can find the program here http://www.mathfraction.com/fractions-in-action.html.
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