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fashxam
Registered: 04.03.2002
From: Birmingham

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 10:40



Hey friends , I have just completed one week of my high school , and am getting a bit upset about my answers for prentice hall algebra 1 book course work. I just don’t seem to grasp the topics. How can one expect me to do my homework then? Please help me. 

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oc_rana
Registered: 08.03.2007
From: egypt,alexandria

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 09:56



You don’t need to ask anybody to solve any sample questions for you; in fact all you need is Algebrator. I’ve tried many such algebra simulation software but Algebrator is way better than most of them. It’ll solve all the questions that you have and it’ll even explain each and every step involved in reaching that solution . You can work out as many examples as you would like to, and unlike us human beings, it would never say, Oh! I’ve had enough for the day! ;) I used to have some problems in solving questions on monomials and factoring polynomials, but this software really helped me get over those. 

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Troigonis
Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 20:06



I agree, resources on the internet are no better than the course books. Algebrator is a good method to start your math career. 

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RMS
Registered: 21.04.2002
From: I'm not sure

Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 14:42



Fabulous . Just can’t believe it. Just the exact thing for me. Can you tell me where I can get this software? 

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MichMoxon
Registered: 21.08.2001
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Sdefom Koopmansshab
Registered: 28.10.2001
From: Woudenberg, Netherlands

Posted: Saturday 06th of Jan 21:01



I remember having often faced problems with gcf, unlike denominators and gcf. 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 math classes – Intermediate algebra, Basic Math and Algebra 1. I greatly recommend the program. 

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