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bnosis


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Registered: 20.02.2006
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Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 11:02    

Hi there I have almost taken the decision to hire a math private teacher, because I've been having a lot of stress due to math homework recently . each time when I come home from school I waste hours and hours with my algebra homework, and in the end I still seem to be getting the wrong answers. However I'm also not completely sure whether a math tutor is worth it, since it's not cheap , and who knows, maybe it's not even so helpful. Does anyone know anything about add, subtract, multiply radicals that can help me? Or maybe some explanations regarding powers,linear inequalities or graphing? Any ideas will be much appreciated .
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kfir


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Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:15    

I find these typical queries on almost every forum I visit. Please don’t misunderstand me. It’s just as we enter high school , things change suddenly . Studies become challenging all of a sudden. As a result, students encounter trouble in doing their homework. add, subtract, multiply radicals in itself is a quite complex subject. There is a program named as Algebrator which can help you in this situation.
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ZaleviL


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Registered: 14.07.2002
From: floating in the light, never forgotten

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 17:15    

Hi , Algebrator is one awesome thing! I started using it when I was in my college . It’s been years since then, but I still use it occasionally. Take my word for it, it will really help you.
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O.I. FAT


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Registered: 17.04.2003
From: Newfoundland, Canada

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 11:11    

I have tried a number of math related software. I would not name them here, but they were of no use . I hope this one is not like the one’s I’ve used in the past .
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Registered: 25.11.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 10:20    

linear inequalities, cramer’s rule and x-intercept were a nightmare for me until I found Algebrator, which is truly the best algebra program that I have ever come across. I have used it through many math classes – Pre Algebra, Remedial Algebra and Basic Math. Just typing in the math problem and clicking on Solve, Algebrator generates step-by-step solution to the problem, and my math homework would be ready. I really recommend the program.
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Ashe


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Registered: 08.07.2001
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Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 21:31    

Well, you don’t have to wait any longer. Go to http://www.polymathlove.com/solving-rational-equations.html and get yourself a copy for a very small price. Good luck and happy learning!
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