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cdcentlaninvo

Registered: 06.07.2005
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 Posted: Tuesday 16th of Oct 21:13 Holla guys and gals! Recently I hired a private tutor to guide me with some topics in math . My problem areas included topics such as learning beginners algebra and subtracting exponents. Now that instructor turned out to be so dumb , that instead of helping me now I’m even more confused than I used to be. I still can’t crack problems on those topics. And the exam time is fast approaching . I need someone to help me out. Is there anything significant that can be done to get some sort of help? I have a good set of questions to help me learn these topics, but the problem is I just can’t solve them, no matter how much I try . Please help!
nxu

Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

 Posted: Wednesday 17th of Oct 07:48 I think I know what you are looking for. Check out Algebrator. This is an excellent tool that helps you get your homework done faster and right. It can assist you with assignments in learning beginners algebra, proportions and more.
Double_J

Registered: 25.11.2004
From: Netherlands

 Posted: Friday 19th of Oct 07:47 It is good to know that you wish to improve your math and are taking efforts to do so. I think you should try Algebrator. This is not exactly a tutoring tool but it provides solutions to math problems in a very descriptive manner. And the best thing about this product is that it is very user friendly. There are a lot of examples given under various topics which are quite useful to learn the subject. Try it and wish you good luck with math.