Power of a Power Property of Exponents
Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers
Solving Equations with Radicals and Exponents
Quadratic Equations
Using Intercepts for Graphing Linear Equations
Graphing Linear Equations in Two
Multiplying Fractions
Solving Linear Equations Containing Fractions
Evaluating Polynomials
Multiplication Property of Square and Cube  Roots
Writing a Fraction in Simplest Form
Square Roots
The Pythagorean Theorem
Factoring The Difference of 2 Squares
Solving Polynomial Equations
Roots and Powers
Writing Linear Equations in Standard Form
Solving Nonlinear Equations by Substitution
Straight Lines
The Square of a Binomial
Solving Equations
Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions
Finding the Equation of an Inverse Function
Slope of a Line
Rules for Nonnegative Integral Exponents

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Registered: 06.11.2002
From: Mesa, AZ

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 18:02    

I think God would have been in a really bad mood that he came up with something called math to trouble us! I’ve spent hours trying to figure out a solution to this math problem which relates to ladder method and I still can’t crack it . I’m particularly having problems with perpendicular lines, greatest common factor and triangle similarity. Can anyone show me the way on how to go about solving such problems? I’ve tried various means that I could think of, but none helped. I need some urgent guidance now. Anybody?
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Registered: 08.03.2007
From: egypt,alexandria

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 19:04    

You seem to be more horrified than confused. First you need to control your self. Do not panic. Sit back, relax and look at the books with a clear mind. They will seem tough if you think they are tough. ladder method can be easily understood and you can solve almost every problem with the help of Algebrator. So chill .
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Registered: 27.09.2001
From: Germany

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 09:58    

Yeah, I think so too . Algebrator explains everything in such great detail that even a beginner can learn the tricks of the trade, and crack some of the most tough mathematical problems. It elaborates on each and every intermediate step that it took to reach a certain answer with such perfection that you’ll learn a lot from it.
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Registered: 07.01.2006
From: Pennsylvania

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 20:54    

It’s amazing that a program can perform that. I didn’t expect something like that could really help in algebra. I’m used to be tutored by a teacher but this really sounds cool. Do you have any links for this software ?
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Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 18:50    

Algebrator is the program that I have used through several algebra classes - Algebra 2, Intermediate algebra and College Algebra. It is a truly a great piece of algebra software. I remember of going through problems with decimals, graphing circles and hypotenuse-leg similarity. I would simply type in a problem from the workbook , click on Solve – and step by step solution to my math homework. I highly recommend the program.
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Registered: 11.06.2004
From: SF Bay Area, CA, USA

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 15:54    

This site will give you details: http://www.easyalgebra.com/solving-nonlinear-equations-by-substitution.html. I think they give an absolute money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose. Best of Luck!
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