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TeViAnTxonc3
Registered: 08.10.2005
From: Belgium

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 17:27



Hi there I have almost taken the decision to hire a math private teacher, because I've been having a lot of stress due to algebra homework recently . each time when I come home from school I waste hours and hours with my math homework, and after all the time spent I still seem to be getting the incorrect answers. However I'm also not certain if a math tutor is worth it, since it's not cheap , and who knows, maybe it's not even that good . Does anyone know anything about free consumer math word problem worksheets that can help me? Or maybe some explanations regarding percentages,radical expressions or distance of points? Any suggestions will be valued. 

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AllejHat
Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 19:49



I have no clue why God made algebra, but you will be happy to know that a group of people also came up with Algebrator! Yes, Algebrator is a program that can help you crack math problems which you never thought you would be able to. Not only does it solve the problem, but it also gives a detailed description of how it got to that solution. All the Best! 

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Sdefom Koopmansshab
Registered: 28.10.2001
From: Woudenberg, Netherlands

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 07:36



Algebrator really is a great piece of math software. I remember having problems with adding fractions, linear inequalities and least common denominator. By typing in the problem from workbook and merely clicking Solve would give step by step solution to the algebra problem. It has been of great help through several College Algebra, College Algebra and Algebra 1. I seriously recommend the program. 

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Friimtc4U
Registered: 22.03.2002
From: Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:45



Ok, after hearing so many good things about Algebrator, I think it sure is worth a try. How do I get my hands on it? 

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3Di
Registered: 04.04.2005
From: 45°26' N, 09°10' E


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