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jfss1966
Registered: 03.05.2005
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Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 10:21



Hello Math experts ! I am a beginner at parabola equations not in standard form. I seem to understand the lectures in the class properly , but when I begin to solve the questions at home myself, I commit errors . Does anyone know of any resource where I can get my answers checked before submitting them for grading? Or any resource where I can get to see a step by step answer ? 

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Jahm Xjardx
Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 08:06



This story sounds familiar to me. Even though I was good in math for several years, when I began College Algebra there were a lot of algebra topics that seemed confusing. I remember I got a very low mark when I took the exam on parabola equations not in standard form. Now I don't have this problem anymore, I can solve anything quite easily , even simplifying expressions and subtracting exponents. I was lucky that I didn't spend my money on a tutor, because I heard of Algebrator from a student . I have been using it since then whenever I had to solve something complicated. 

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Koem
Registered: 22.10.2001
From: Sweden


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Damnon
Registered: 08.04.2002
From:

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 07:31



Amazing! This sounds very useful to me. I was looking for such program only. Please let me know where I can buy this application from? 

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Majnatto
Registered: 17.10.2003
From: Ontario

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 15:11



mixed numbers, algebra formulas and trigonometry were a nightmare for me until I found Algebrator, which is really the best algebra program that I have come across. I have used it through several math classes – College Algebra, Algebra 2 and Intermediate algebra. Simply typing in the math problem and clicking on Solve, Algebrator generates stepbystep solution to the problem, and my math homework would be ready. I highly recommend the program. 

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


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