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step by step directions to finding the square root
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OViriIncide


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Registered: 05.04.2003
From: Leeds, England

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 13:50    

Hello , I may sound really stupid to all the math gurus here, but it’s been 2 years since I am learning step by step directions to finding the square root, but I never found it appealing . In fact I always commit mistakes. I practise quite often , but still my marks do not seem to be improving.
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AllejHat


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Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 07:53    

Being a teacher , this is a comment I usually hear from children . step by step directions to finding the square root is not one of the most liked topics amongst students . I never encourage my pupils to get ready made solutions from the web, however I do encourage them to use Algebrator. I have developed a liking for this tool over time. It helps the students learn math in an easy to understand way.
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Troigonis


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Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:33    

I agree, websites on the internet are no better than the course books. Algebrator is a good way to start your math career.
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CHS`


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Registered: 04.07.2001
From: Victoria City, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 08:04    

function range, distance of points and factoring expressions were a nightmare for me until I found Algebrator, which is truly the best algebra program that I have come across. I have used it through several math classes – Remedial Algebra, Remedial Algebra and Basic Math. Just typing in the math problem and clicking on Solve, Algebrator generates step-by-step solution to the problem, and my math homework would be ready. I highly recommend the program.
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DJ B@ShMaM


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Registered: 06.06.2002
From: Brisbane, Australia

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 09:14    

I hope this software has an easy interface . Can I have a look at it?
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ZaleviL


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Registered: 14.07.2002
From: floating in the light, never forgotten

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 10:28    

Hi All, Based on your suggestions , I ordered the Algebrator to get myself equipped with the basics of Algebra 2. The explanations on perfect square trinomial and mixed numbers were not only understandable but made the whole topic pretty exciting . Thanks a million for all of you who pointed me to check Algebrator!
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