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Fard


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Registered: 10.09.2004
From: Texas

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 10:49    

Hello folks ! I have a serious issue about algebra and I was hoping that someone might have the ability to help me out a little . I have a algebra test pretty soon and even though I have been studying math seriously, there are still a few items that cause a lot of headache , such as completing the square multivariable and trigonometric functions especially. Last week I had a class with a math teacher, but many things still remain vague to me. Can you suggest a good way of studying or a good tutor that you know already?
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kfir


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Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 15:51    

I know how annoying it can be if you are clueless with completing the square multivariable. It’s a bit hard to give you advice without a better idea of your requirements. But if you don’t want to pay for a tutor, then why not just use some piece of software and see what you think. There are numerous programs out there, but one you should test out would be Algebrator. It is pretty helpful plus it is worth the money.
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Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 20:49    

I also have experienced Algebrator to be an extraordinary assemblage of completing the square multivariable software programs. I barely remember my unfitness to grip the concepts of triangle similarity, roots or scientific notation because I have become so expert in assorted fields of study of completing the square multivariable. Algebrator has performed flawlessly for me in Algebra 2, College Algebra and Algebra 1. I strongly advocate this program because I can not find even one inadequacy from Algebrator.
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Registered: 22.08.2002
From: UK

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:01    

Recommended by experts ! I must say this tool sounds really interesting. Can I try it once?
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Registered: 10.07.2002
From: NW AR, USA

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 11:31    

A extraordinary piece of algebra software is Algebrator. Even I faced similar problems while solving angle complements, roots and factoring polynomials. 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 algebra classes - Algebra 1, Remedial Algebra and Algebra 1. I highly recommend the program.
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Registered: 10.03.2002
From: Notts, UK.

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 16:03    

http://www.polymathlove.com/simple-trinomials-as-products-of-binomials.html. There you go. Hopefully you will not have to drop math.
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