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Registered: 26.03.2006
From: Australia

Posted: Wednesday 01st of Aug 20:18    

Greetings , I am a high-school student and next month I will have my exams in math . I was never into math, but this time I am worried that I will fail this course. I came across similarities square and circle and some other math problems that I can’t figure out. These topics really made me freak out : side-angle-side similarity and equivalent fractions . paying for a a teacher is not an option for me, because I don't have that kind of money. Please help me!!
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Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 10:13    

Can you please be more descriptive as to what sort of guidance you are expecting to get. Do you want to understand the fundamentals and work on your math questions on your own or do you require a instrument that would offer you a step-by-step answer for your math problems?
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Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø

Posted: Sunday 05th of Aug 09:06    

Algebrator is very useful, but please never use it for copy pasting solutions. Use it as a guide to understand and clear your concepts only.
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Registered: 02.05.2004
From: California

Posted: Tuesday 07th of Aug 07:40    

Wow! This sounds interesting . I would like to try the program. Is it expensive? Where can I find it?
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Registered: 23.11.2001
From: Leeds, UK

Posted: Wednesday 08th of Aug 09:51    

Hi Friends , Based on your comments , I ordered the Algebrator to get myself equipped with the fundamental theory of College Algebra. The explanations on scientific notation and long division were not only understandable but made the entire topic pretty interesting. Thanks a million for all of you who directed me to have a look at the Algebrator!
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