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EY


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Registered: 25.02.2006
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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 15:10    

I've always wanted to learn solving radicals, it seems like there's a lot that can be done with it that I can't do otherwise. I've browsed the internet for some useful learning resources, and consulted the local library for some books, but all the information seems to be targeted at people who already know the subject. Is there any resource that can help new people as well?
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Vofj Timidrov


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Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 10:52    

You’re not alone. As a matter of fact , I had the same problem just before I discovered something very cool. Have you encountered Algebrator? If you don’t know anything about this great piece of program yet, let me enlighten you a bit about this software. This is a program that helps you to solve algebra problems and at the same time you could learn from it because it displays a detailed procedure of solving the problem. It really helped me in my problems in math and my marks significantly improved since I used this. Be reminded that it does not only show the answer but it helps you understand how to solve the problem that makes it very educational.
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pcaDFX


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Registered: 03.07.2001
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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 12:42    

I am a student turned teacher ; I give classes to high school children. Along with the traditional mode of teaching , I use Algebrator to solve examples practically in front of the students.
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Double_J


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Registered: 25.11.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 17:50    

A truly piece of math software is Algebrator. Even I faced similar difficulties while solving radicals, 3x3 system of equations and percentages. Just by typing in the problem from homework and clicking on Solve – and step by step solution to my algebra homework would be ready. I have used it through several math classes - Algebra 2, Remedial Algebra and Intermediate algebra. I highly recommend the program.
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litmeinforgadcoke


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Registered: 21.03.2002
From: England

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 15:15    

First of all thanks for replying guys ! I really want to buy this program. Can you please tell me how to purchase this software? Can we order it through the web, or do we buy it from some retail store?
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MichMoxon


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Registered: 21.08.2001
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Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 09:49    

You can get the software here http://www.mathfraction.com/adding-fractions-using-the-least-common-denominator.html.
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