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tkxleen
Registered: 13.05.2002
From: Copenhagen, Denmark

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 15:30



I'm getting really bored in my math class. It's caculating mathmatics problems, but we're covering higher grade syllabus . The concepts are really complicated and that’s why I usually sleep in the class. I like the subject and don’t want to drop it, but I have a big problem understanding it. Can someone guide me? 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 08:53



Hello , Algebrator available at the website https://mathmusic.org/graphinglinearequations.html can be of great aid to you. I am a math tutor who give private tuitions to pupils and I suggest Algebrator to my students since that assists them a lot when they sit to work on their assignments by themselves at home. 

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TihBoasten
Registered: 14.10.2002
From:

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 11:56



I always use Algebrator to help me with my math projects . I have tried several other software programs but so far this is the best I have encountered . I guess it is the simple way of explaining the solution to problems that makes the whole process appear so effortless . It is indeed a very good piece of software and I can vouch for it. 

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oltyfc
Registered: 13.10.2002
From:

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 11:32



Can someone kindly give me the URL to this software? I am on the verge of depression . I like math a lot and don’t want to drop it just because of one topic. 

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molbheus2matlih
Registered: 10.04.2002
From: France

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 07:44



I remember having often faced problems with trinomials, subtracting fractions and slope. A truly great piece of algebra 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 – Pre Algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 1. I greatly recommend the program. 

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Troigonis
Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø


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