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slockerbay
Registered: 15.07.2007
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Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 08:32



I'm having immense difficulty knowing the logic behind the problem about math trivia (geometry). Can anybody please assist me to know how to come up with a detailed answer and explanation regarding math trivia (geometry) specifically in topic of graphing parabolas? I was taught how to do this before but now I forgot and confused how to solve it. I find it difficult to understand it on my own so I think I really need assistance since I believe I can’t do this alone. If someone knows about math trivia (geometry) can you please help me? Thank you ! 

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Jahm Xjardx
Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Tuesday 26th of Dec 14:10



I understand your situation because I had the same issues when I went to high school. I was very weak in math, especially in math trivia (geometry) and my grades were really terrible . I started using Algebrator to help me solve questions as well as with my assignments and eventually I started getting A’s in math. This is a remarkably good product because it explains the problems in a stepbystep manner so we understand them well. I am absolutely confident that you will find it useful too. 

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Vild
Registered: 03.07.2001
From: Sacramento, CA

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 08:41



Algebrator beyond doubt is a great piece of algebra software. I remember having difficulties with xintercept, converting fractions and angle complements. By typing in the problem from homework and merely clicking Solve would give step by step solution to the algebra problem. It has been of great help through several Pre Algebra, Intermediate algebra and Remedial Algebra. I seriously recommend the program. 

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cmithy_dnl
Registered: 08.01.2002
From: Australia

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 13:28



I would recommend trying out Algebrator. It not only helps you with your math problems, but also provides all the necessary steps in detail so that you can enhance the understanding of the subject. 

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