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Ccotticas
Registered: 10.07.2003
From: Tacoma, WA

Posted: Sunday 24th of Dec 10:01



I'm having great difficulty knowing the logic behind the problem regarding how to add fractions with one being negative and the other being postive. Can someone please help me to know how to come up with a detailed answer and explanation regarding how to add fractions with one being negative and the other being postive especially 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 alone so I believe I really need help since I think I can’t do this alone. If someone knows about how to add fractions with one being negative and the other being postive can you please help me? Thanks! 

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kfir
Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 14:20



Greetings Poster What’s up. Well I’ve been reading your post and believe me : I had the same problem . Some time ago I was in the same problem, but before you get a tutor , I will like to recommend you one software that’s really cool : Algebrator. I really tried a lot of other ways but that one it’s definitely the the real deal! The best luck with that! Let me know what you think!. 

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Vnode
Registered: 27.09.2001
From: Germany

Posted: Tuesday 26th of Dec 14:31



My parents could not afford my college expenses , so I had to work in the evening, after my classes. Solving equations at the end of the day seemed to be impossible for me at those times. A friend introduced Algebrator to me and since then I never had any problem solving my equations. 

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Vild
Registered: 03.07.2001
From: Sacramento, CA

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 09:29



I remember having problems with sum of cubes, monomials and radical expressions. Algebrator is a really great piece of algebra software. I have used it through several algebra classes  Basic Math, Remedial Algebra and Intermediate algebra. I would simply type in the problem and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended. 

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