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tv
Registered: 13.06.2007
From: California, USA

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 13:11



Hi, I need some immediate help on what are the basic rules of graphing an equation. I’ve browsed through various websites for topics like distance of points and function composition but none could help me solve my problem relating to what are the basic rules of graphing an equation. I have a test in a couple now and if I don’t start working on my problem then I might not pass my exam. I called a few of my peers, but they seem to be struggling as well . So guys, please help me. 

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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 09:40



Due to health reasons you might have missed a few lectures at school, but what if I can you can simulate your classroom, in the place where you live? In fact, right on the computer that you are working on? Each one of us has missed some lectures at some point or the other during our life, but thanks to Algebrator I’ve never been left behind . Just like a teacher would explain in the class, Algebrator solves our queries and gives us a detailed description of how it was solved . I used it basically to get some help on what are the basic rules of graphing an equation and powers. But it works well for all the topics. 

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Matdhejs
Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 21:55



It is good to know that you wish to improve your math and are taking efforts to do so. I think you should try Algebrator. This is not exactly a tutoring tool but it offers solutions to math problems in a very descriptive manner. And the best thing about this software product is that it is very user friendly. There are a lot of examples given under various topics which are quite useful to learn the subject. Try it and wish you good luck with math. 

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Lib
Registered: 15.01.2005
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Admilal`Leker
Registered: 10.07.2002
From: NW AR, USA

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 08:00



Well you can order it online through this website – http://www.polymathlove.com/operationsonradicals.html. They even offer an ‘no fine print’ money back assurance, which I’m confident that no one would ever have to avail anyways! It’s really cool . 

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Koem
Registered: 22.10.2001
From: Sweden

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 20:12



I remember having often faced problems with linear equations, adding fractions and percentages. A truly great piece of math program is Algebrator software. By simply typing in a problem homework a step by step solution would appear by a click on Solve. I have used it through many algebra classes – Algebra 1, Remedial Algebra and Basic Math. I greatly recommend the program. 

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