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vlackwadcx_ok
Registered: 20.12.2006
From: UK

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 09:46



I have a test tomorrow afternoon. But I’m stuck with problems based on trivias in math. I’m having problems understanding inequalities and converting fractions because I just can’t seem to figure out a way to crack problems based on them. I called my friends and I tried on the internet, but neither of those activities did any good . I’m still trying but the time is short and I can’t seem to get things moving . Can somebody please show me the way? I really need some help from you guys for tomorrows assignment. Please do reply. 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 08:57



I know how tough it can be if you are not getting anywhere with trivias in math. It’s a bit hard to assist without a better idea of your needs . But if you rather not get a tutor, then why not just use some computer program and see how it goes . There are numerous programs out there, but one you should consider would be Algebrator. It is pretty useful plus it is not expensive . 

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pcaDFX
Registered: 03.07.2001
From:

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 12:55



I know a couple of tutors who use Algebrator themselves to teach students. 

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Momepi
Registered: 22.07.2004
From: Ireland

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 09:03



Algebrator is a remarkable software and is surely worth a try. You will find several interesting stuff there. I use it as reference software for my math problems and can say that it has made learning math more enjoyable. 

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kiimacabi
Registered: 03.05.2003
From: Kansas City, MO

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 11:36



Ok, after hearing so much about Algebrator, I think it definitely is worth a try. How do I get hold of it? Thanks! 

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Gog
Registered: 07.11.2001
From: Austin, TX

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 13:06



Yes I’m sure. This is tried and tested. Here: http://www.easyalgebra.com/inequalities.html. Try to make use of it. You’ll be improving your solving abilities way faster than just by reading tutorials. 

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