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stevemoory


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Registered: 02.11.2006
From: The U.P.

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:30    

Greetings everyone! I have a serious issue regarding algebra and I was hoping that someone might have the ability to help me out a little . I have a math test in a few weeks and even though I have been taking math seriously, there are still a few items that cause a lot of stress, such as solving square roots and graphing parabolas especially. Last week I had a class with a private tutor , but many things still remain unclear to me. Can you propose a good method of studying or a good tutor that you know already?
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Jahm Xjardx


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Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 14:07    

Algebrator is the latest hot favourite of solving square roots learners . I know a couple of tutors who actually ask their students to use a copy of this program at their residence .
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TC


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Registered: 25.09.2001
From: Kµlt °ƒ Ø, working on my time machine

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 10:32    

Algebrator truly is a must-have for us math students. As already said in the post above , it solves questions and it also explains all the intermediary steps involved in reaching that final solution . That way apart from knowing the final answer, we also learn how to go about solving questions right from the first step till the last, and it helps a lot in preparing for exams .
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TC


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Registered: 25.09.2001
From: Kµlt °ƒ Ø, working on my time machine

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 12:37    

I remember having often faced problems with adding functions, unlike denominators and interval notation. A really great piece of algebra program is Algebrator software. By simply typing in a problem from workbook a step by step solution would appear by a click on Solve. I have used it through many math classes – Remedial Algebra, Intermediate algebra and Basic Math. I greatly recommend the program.
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dougle00


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Registered: 10.07.2006
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Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 09:21    

This thing appears to be really good. How can I get it ? I would love to try it out myself, as soon as possible . Hurray! Now I have something to help me!
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Mibxrus


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Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada

Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 10:19    

Here http://www.mathfraction.com/adding-fractions-using-the-least-common-denominator.html. Happy problem solving!
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