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Pit$Vanl
Registered: 02.12.2006
From: Texas, USA

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 07:15



Guys , I am in need of assistance on adding fractions, scientific notation, midpoint of a line and long division. Since I am a beginner to Basic Math, I really want to learn the fundamentals of Remedial Algebra fully . Can anyone recommend the best resource with which I can start reading the basics? I have the final next week. 

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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:56



I could help if you can be more specific and give more details about formula cheat sheets for electricians. A proper program would be ideal rather than a costly algebra tutor. After trying a number of program I found the Algebrator to be the best I have so far come across. It solves any algebra problem from your book . It also clarifies all the steps (of the solution). You can just write it down as your homework assignment. However, you should use it to learn math , and simply not use it to copy answers. 

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Majnatto
Registered: 17.10.2003
From: Ontario

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 20:42



Algebrator is one handy tool. I don’t have much interest in math and have found it to be complicated all my life. Yet one cannot always leave math because it sometimes becomes a compulsory part of one’s course work. My younger brother is a math wiz and I found this software in his palmtop . It was only then I understood why he finds this subject to be so simple . 

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Jrobhic
Registered: 09.08.2002
From: Chattanooga, TN

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 17:42



Algebrator is the program that I have used through several algebra classes  Algebra 1, Algebra 1 and Pre Algebra. It is a truly a great piece of math software. I remember of going through problems with mixed numbers, least common denominator and adding exponents. I would simply type in a problem homework, click on Solve – and step by step solution to my math homework. I highly recommend the program. 

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