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Reonos

Registered: 21.06.2005
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 Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 18:38 Friends , I am in need of help on interval notation, multiplying fractions, 3x3 system of equations and point-slope. Since I am a novice to Remedial Algebra, I really want to learn the bedrocks of Remedial Algebra fully . Can anyone suggest the best resource with which I can start learning the fundamental principles ? I have a class test next week.
Jahm Xjardx

Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Svizes

Registered: 10.03.2003
From: Slovenia

 Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 12:17 I agree, websites on the internet are no better than the course books. Algebrator is a good method to start your math career.
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Registered: 23.12.2004
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 Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 07:48 I think I need to get a copy of this program right away. All I want to know is, where can I get it? Anyone?
Troigonis

Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø

 Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 11:07 Don’t worry pal. Just visit http://www.mathsite.org/completing-the-square.html and see all the details about it. Good luck with your studies!