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wntipdon
Registered: 26.04.2007
From:

Posted: Monday 20th of Aug 11:18



To any teacher expert in how do you find the values for x and y using certain slopes and points?: I drastically need your really valued expertise . I have several class exercises for my Algebra 2. I observe how do you find the values for x and y using certain slopes and points? may be beyond my capacity . I am at a complete loss as to where I might even begin . I have thought about hiring a math professor or signing with a learning center, only they are emphatically not affordable. Each and every last alternate suggestion will be emphatically valued ! 

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AllejHat
Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 09:25



How about giving some more details of what precisely is your problem with how do you find the values for x and y using certain slopes and points?? This would aid in finding out ways to hunt for a solution . Finding a tutor these days quickly enough and that too at a charge that you can pay for can be a testing task. On the other hand, these days there are programs that are offered to assist you with your math problems. All you require to do is to go for the most suited one. With just a click the right answer pops up. Not only this, it helps you to arriving at the answer. This way you also get to learn to get at the exact answer. 

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Jrahan
Registered: 19.03.2002
From: UK

Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 09:11



1.Hey mate, you are on the mark about Algebrator! It is absolutely fab! I downloaded it recently from https://mathpoint.net/descriptionsofmathematics.html after a friend suggested it to me. Now, all I do is type in the problem assigned by my teacher and click on Solve. Bingo! I get a stepbystep solution to my math assignment. It’s almost like a tutor is teaching it to you. I have been using it for four months and so far, haven’t come across any problem that Algebrator can’t solve. I have learnt so much from it! 

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totaelecdro
Registered: 11.12.2001
From: Nimes (South of France)

Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 11:38



I understand. My basics are quite clear, but this specific set seems to be very difficult . A little help would do me a lot. Please give me the link to it. 

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Mibxrus
Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada


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