Features & Benefits
Algebrator is a software package that can solve userentered problems in the following areas of algebra (prealgebra to College algebra):
 simplification of algebraic expressions (operations with polynomials (simplifying, degree, synthetic and long division...), exponential expressions, fractions, roots and radicals, absolute values)
 factoring and expanding expressions
 finding LCM and GCF

stepbystep basic operations with numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

large numbers arithmetics
 operations with complex numbers (simplifying, rationalizing complex denominators...)
 solving linear, quadratic and many other equations and inequalities (including basic logarithmic and exponential equations)
 solving systems of two and three linear equations (including Cramer's rule)
 graphing curves (lines, parabolas, hyperbolas, circles, ellipses, equation and inequality solutions)

graphing general functions
 operations with functions (composition, inverse, range, domain...)
 simplifying logarithms
 basic geometry and trigonometry (similarity, calculating trig functions, right triangle...)
 arithmetic and other prealgebra topics (ratios, proportions, measurements...)

sequences (classifying progressions, find the nth term of an arithmetic progression...)

statistics (mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation...)
 linear algebra (addition, subtraction and multiplication of matrices,
matrix inverse, determinants)

export math solutions to MathML format and view them in your favorite browser
What Algebrator IS NOT:
 it is not a subscription
 it is not a tutoring service
 it is not webbased
 it does not have a 'license' that has to be renewed (it's yours forever)
 it is not tied to any particular algebra book (because it solves problems from every book)
Algebrator is simply a software program that you download and install on your personal computer, which you can then use for as long as you need to.
System requirements:
Any PC running any version of Windows. 

Any Intel Mac running OS X. 