solve graphing problems
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Ganzomacdir

Registered: 18.03.2003
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 Posted: Saturday 23rd of Dec 10:23 Hi Math Geeks , Me and my friend have been trying to solve a couple of problems based on side-side-side similarity. They are a part of our assignment in Algebra 2 and are due in 4 days . Could you please help us in winding it. We are actually looking for a tool that can guide us in finishing it .
ameich

Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

 Posted: Sunday 24th of Dec 19:11 Well I do have a suggestion for you.Sometime back even I was stuck on questions relating to solve graphing problems, that’s when my elder sister suggested that I should try Algebrator. It didn’t just solve all my questions , but it also explained those solutions in a very nice step-by-step manner. It’s hard to believe but one night I was actually crying because I would miss yet another assignment deadline, and a couple of days from that I was actually helping my classmates with their assignments as well. I know how weird it might sound, but really Algebrator helped me a lot.
LifiIcPoin

Registered: 01.10.2002
From: Way Way Behind

 Posted: Tuesday 26th of Dec 14:42 Algebrator really helps you out in solve graphing problems. I have used all Math software online . It is very user-friendly . You just put your problem and it will produce a complete step-by-step report of the solution. This helped me a lot with solving a triangle, mixed numbers and perpendicular lines. It helps you understand algebra better. I was tired of paying a lot of money to Maths Tutors who could not give me the required time and attention. It is a worthful tool which could transform your entire attitude towards math. Using Algebrator would be fun. Take it.
Dovid Ravinson

Registered: 23.07.2003