Hi math gurus! I am about halfway through the semester, and getting a bit worried about my course work. I just don’t seem to grasp the stuff I am learning, especially things to do with multiplying decimal games. Could somebody out there please help me with simplifying expressions, greatest common factor and equivalent fractions. I can’t afford to hire a tutor, but if anyone knows about other ways of learning topics like powers or exponential equations painlessly , please let me know Much appreciated
This story sounds familiar to me. Although I was great in algebra for many years, when I attended College Algebra there were a lot of algebra topics that seemed so complicated . I remember I got a very low grade when I took the test on multiplying decimal games. Now I don't have this problem anymore, I can solve anything quite easily , even dividing fractions and powers. I was smart that I didn't spend my money on a teacher , because I heard of Algebrator from a a colleague. I have been using it since then whenever I found something hard .
I remember having difficulties with radical inequalities, radicals and inequalities. Algebrator is a truly great piece of algebra software. I have used it through several algebra classes - Remedial Algebra, Basic Math and Intermediate algebra. I would simply type in the problem and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended.