ALGEBRA PROPERTIES OF EQUATIONS

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Posted: Fri Feb 06, 2003 6:23 pm ; Post subject: algebra properties of equations
Okay, so here's the deal. I'm just learning algebra properties of equations and I need help. What's the best way to figure out this stuff?
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Posted: Fri Feb 06, 2003 6:50 pm ; Post subject: RE: algebra properties of equations

Calm down - it will be okay. The Algebra Helper software can help you with your homework. It makes your homework faster to do and easier to learn...so don't panic.

It seems like algebra homework can take forever. It seems like all you do is sit there and stare at the equations hoping that it will just suddenly sink in. And yet…when you're done staring at the homework, you still probably have a ton of other homework to do. Who really needs help solving equations that aren't your own? Math labs and tutorials are great, but when you're done, you still have to do your own homework. Besides, how often do you really remember everything you go through in a tutorial?

What you really need is something that can help you with your own homework, not problems it already has programmed into it that barely look like what your  teacher or professor was trying to explain. This program works to solve your homework so that you can learn it and do it at the same time. You plug in your own equations, and it will go through them with you. No more cringing at exam grades and no more struggling for hours on end to finish up those last confusing equations. It no longer has to be so difficult to understand.

Don't worry. There's hope. Take a look at the demo and see how easy your homework can be explained and done. No more sitting there staring at the page hoping it will all come together. So, let me ask you a question…what are you waiting for? You probably could have done your homework by now and be out having fun.

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Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2003 3:11 pm ; Post subject: algebra properties of equations
I need help with algebra properties of equations and the math labs are no help at all and my friends are no help. Is there anyway I can get help on algebra properties of equations at home?
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Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2003 4:22 pm ; Post subject: RE: algebra properties of equations

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