solving equations from n order
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Sjka BA

Registered: 04.08.2002
From: 2.0.11

 Posted: Sunday 29th of Sep 20:09 Hello people . I am a student in the College Algebra. I like algebra a lot since I was little . Unfortunately I have come to a point where I can no longer solve my algebra exercises by myself. I had a math tutor , who helped me for a while with my homework, but I had to pay a lot of that I had to tell him not to come anymore. Today we studied something new: solving equations from n order, and when I came home from school I realized that I can't do my algebra homework, and that scared me . I also still don't understand slope and hypotenuse-leg similarity. What should I do now? I love algebra and I don't want to have bad grades.
ameich

Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

 Posted: Tuesday 01st of Oct 07:20 That’s exactly the kind of problem I had faced . Can you elaborate a some more on what your problems are with solving equations from n order? Yes. Getting an affordable tutor suited to your requirements is fairly hard these days . But even I went on to do almost everything that you are doing now. But then, my hunt ended when I realized that there are a number of software in math . They come at an affordable price too . I was in reality overjoyed with it. May be this is just what you need. What do you think about this?
Jrobhic

Registered: 09.08.2002
From: Chattanooga, TN

 Posted: Wednesday 02nd of Oct 20:01 I agree, resources on the internet are no better than the course books. Algebrator is a good way to start your math career.