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honenee
Registered: 03.10.2002
From: San Jose, CA

Posted: Friday 18th of Sep 17:16



I am in a real situation . Somebody save me please. I am getting a lot of dilemma with algebraic signs, graphing circles and yintercept and especially with ladder diagram for math. I need to show some immediate change in my math. I heard there are numerous Applications available online which can guide you in algebra. I can shell out some money too for an effective and inexpensive software which helps me with my studies. Any hint is greatly appreciated. Thanks. 

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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Saturday 19th of Sep 08:55



Your story sounds familiar to me. Even though I was great in algebra for several years, when I began Intermediate algebra there were a lot of algebra topics that seemed very hard . I remember I got a very low mark when I took the test on ladder diagram for math. Now I don't have this problem anymore, I can solve anything quite easily , even radicals and matrices. I was lucky that I didn't spend my money on a teacher , because I heard of Algebra Master from a friend . I have been using it since then whenever I found something complicated. 

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Paubaume
Registered: 18.04.2004
From: In the stars... where you left me, and where I will wait for you... always...

Posted: Saturday 19th of Sep 18:16



I received my first diploma studying online last week. I happened to be using Algebra Master as well during my entire course period. 

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Svizes
Registered: 10.03.2003
From: Slovenia

Posted: Monday 21st of Sep 15:05



trigonometry, hyperbolas and exponent rules were a nightmare for me until I found Algebra Master, which is truly the best algebra program that I have ever come across. I have used it through many math classes – Basic Math, College Algebra and Basic Math. Just typing in the math problem and clicking on Solve, Algebra Master generates stepbystep solution to the problem, and my math homework would be ready. I truly recommend the program. 

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