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Tomvo
Registered: 01.06.2005
From: Malmo/Sweden

Posted: Monday 20th of Aug 14:10



Hi gals and guys I am about one week through the semester, and getting a bit worried about my course work. I just don’t seem to understand the stuff I am learning, especially things to do with what is the answer to this equation x+5y=15 an y+x=2. Could somebody out there please teach me with syntehtic division, sideangleside similarity and powers. I can’t afford to pay for a tutor, but if anyone knows about other ways of improving topics like graphing function or linear inequalities effectively, please drop me a line Thanks heaps 

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nxu
Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 09:52



You can find many links on the internet if you search the keyword what is the answer to this equation x+5y=15 an y+x=2. Most of the content is however designed for the readers who already have some knowledge about this subject. If you are a complete novice, you should use Algebrator. Is it easy to understand and very helpful too. 

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Homuck
Registered: 05.07.2001
From: Toronto, Ontario

Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 07:51



Hey, Algebrator is one superb tool ! I started using it when I was in my college . It’s been years since then, but I still use it frequently . Take my word for it, it will really help you. 

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bojenUH
Registered: 18.08.2003
From: West Country, UK

Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 13:12



I understand. My concepts are pretty clear, but this particular set seems to be very tough. A little help would do me a lot. Please give me the URL to it. 

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Mibxrus
Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada


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Jrahan
Registered: 19.03.2002
From: UK

Posted: Saturday 25th of Aug 07:52



I remember having problems with scientific notation, converting decimals and sideangleside similarity. Algebrator is a truly great piece of math software. I have used it through several algebra classes  Algebra 2, Pre Algebra and Basic Math. 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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