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Narvi


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Registered: 07.06.2006
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Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:06    

Hello people . I am a student in the Remedial Algebra. I like algebra very much since I was young. Unfortunately I have come to a point where I can no longer solve my algebra exercises on my own . I had a algebra tutor , who helped me so far with my homework, but I had to pay so much that I had to tell him not to come anymore. Today we learnt something new: decimal to fraction formula, and when I came home from school I noticed that I can't do my math homework, and that stressed me. I also still don't get multiplying matrices and function range. What should I do now? I like math and I don't want to have bad grades.
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AllejHat


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Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 07:05    

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 completing their homework. decimal to fraction formula in itself is a quite complex subject. There is a program named as Algebrator which can assist you in this situation.
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Registered: 11.07.2001
From: Earth

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 19:03    

You must go through Algebrator. I had always found math to be a difficult subject but this program made it very easy to grasp . You can type in the question and it gives you the answer, just like that! It is so easy that learning becomes a fun experience.
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Gools


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Registered: 01.12.2002
From: UK

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 16:51    

I remember having often faced difficulties with perpendicular lines, unlike denominators and hyperbolas. 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 math classes – Basic Math, Intermediate algebra and Algebra 2. I greatly recommend the program.
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