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Firisdorm_Helnkete_
Registered: 08.03.2005
From: USA,Florida

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 12:51



Hello all, I have a very important test coming up in math soon and I would greatly appreciate if any of you can help me solve some problems in how to teach maths problems sums to slow learners. I am reasonably good in math otherwise but problems in graphing lines baffle me and I am at a loss. It would be wonderful if you can let me know of a reasonably priced software that I can use? 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 12:00



Have you checked out Algebrator? This is a great help tool and I have used it several times to help me with my how to teach maths problems sums to slow learners problems. It is really very straightforward you just need to enter the problem and it will give you a detailed solution that can help solve your assignment . Try it out and see if it is useful . 

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Paubaume
Registered: 18.04.2004
From: In the stars... where you left me, and where I will wait for you... always...

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 17:04



I have tried out quite a lot of software. I would confidently say that Algebrator has helped me to come to grips with my problems on cramer’s rule, binomial formula and percentages. All I did was to simply key in the problem. The answer appeared almost right away showing all the steps to the result. It was quite straightforward to follow. I have relied on this for my algebra classes to figure out Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. I would highly recommend you to try out Algebrator. 

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Homeskinlit
Registered: 07.10.2004
From:

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 08:51



Yeah! That's a great alternative to the pricey private coaching and costly online training . The one page formula list provided there has aided me in every Intermediate algebra test that I have taken up in the past. Even if you are an intermediate in Basic Math, the Algebrator is very useful since it offers both easy and challenging exercises and drills for practice. 

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Matdhejs
Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands


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Ashe
Registered: 08.07.2001
From:

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 20:06



I would advise using Algebrator. It not only assists you with your math problems, but also provides all the necessary steps in detail so that you can improve the understanding of the subject. 

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