Registered: 15.01.2004
From: Louisiana, United States

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 07:36

Hi! We just started discussing a new lesson in algebra regarding "square root" equasions and I did pretty good for most homeworks we got but the latest one my professor gave confusing so I'd appreciate if someone will assist me to understand it! It’s a problem solving assignment my algebra professor gave out this day and it’s due next week and I tried answering it but to no avail . I just can’t finish it easily unlike the other homeworks . I had no trouble answering my past homeworks but this particular homework with specific topic of adding exponents gives me difficulty just figuring out how to start . I’m desperately in need of help. I’ll really appreciate if someone help me in explaining the steps and how to solve it in a organized and clear way.

Student can’t seem to think of anything beyond extra classes . Why don’t you try something yourself? There are many resources for "square root" equasions which are much better than tutoring. Try Algebrator, and you will never need a tuition .

Registered: 23.04.2003
From: Girona, Catalunya (Spain)

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 14:21

My parents could not afford my college expenses , so I had to work in the evening, after my classes. Solving equations at the end of the day seemed to be difficult for me at those times. A colleague introduced Algebrator to me and since then I never had trouble solving my equations.