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mows157
Registered: 16.01.2006
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Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 10:39



I'm just thinking if anyone can give me a few tips here so that I can understand the concepts behind honors algebra university of chicago. I find solving equations really tough . I work part time and thus have no time left to take extra classes. Can you guys suggest any online resource that can help me with this subject? 

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ameich
Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 09:04



Extra classes are no better than taking your daily classes. If you have a problem , you need to makes an effort to remove it. I would not suggest tutoring, but would ask you to try Algebrator. It will surely solve your query concerning honors algebra university of chicago to a large extent. 

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Homuck
Registered: 05.07.2001
From: Toronto, Ontario

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 09:37



Some teachers really don’t know how to discuss that well. Luckily, there are softwares like Algebrator that makes a great substitute teacher for math subjects. It might even be better than a real professor because it’s more accurate and faster ! 

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SheefGuctice
Registered: 22.02.2005
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Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 12:32



Please do not take me wrong. I am searching for no shortcut. It’s just that I don’t seem to get enough time to try solving problems again and again. I will use the software as a guide only. Where can I get it? 

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pcaDFX
Registered: 03.07.2001
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malhus_pitruh
Registered: 23.04.2003
From: Girona, Catalunya (Spain)

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 21:15



Algebrator is the program that I have used through several math classes  Intermediate algebra, Remedial Algebra and Remedial Algebra. It is a truly a great piece of algebra software. I remember of going through difficulties with algebraic signs, lcf and monomials. I would simply type in a problem from the workbook , click on Solve – and step by step solution to my math homework. I highly recommend the program. 

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