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Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2003 6:23 pm ; Post subject: mathcad linear algebra tutorial
There's no way I'm going to learn this without some help. Everyone else in my class is confused about the mathcad linear algebra tutorial and the teacher just isn't explaining it like she should. What can I do?
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Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2003 6:50 pm ; Post subject: RE: mathcad linear algebra tutorial

On the bright side, you have help besides fellow students and the teacher. The Algebra Helper software will literally help you work on your own algebra problems at your own pace. By the time you're done with your homework, you can show that teacher (and if you're nice - your classmates too) how it's done.

Picture yourself doing your homework. Sitting. Staring at the equation. Outwardly silent, but inwardly screaming, "Why?! Why doesn't this make any sense? I studied! What is the problem? Am I just dumb or something?" Many algebra tutorials teach you how to solve math equations that barely look like what you're trying to do. When you're done solving those, you're still left wondering how to solve yours.

Instead of learning how to solve equations that only kinda sorta maybe look like what you're trying to solve, how about a program that works to help you solve your own homework? 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 math labs, tutoring sessions with the teacher, embarassement because you didn't know the answer or asking your parents if they remember how to do this stuff.

Stop chewing on your pencil and punching the number keys on your calculator. There's hope. Take a look at the demo and see how incredibly helpful this program is. 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: Sat May 17, 2003 3:11 pm ; Post subject: mathcad linear algebra tutorial
I need help with mathcad linear algebra tutorial and the math labs are no help at all and my friends are no help. Is there anyway I can get help on mathcad linear algebra tutorial at home?
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Posted: Sat May 17, 2003 4:22 pm ; Post subject: RE: mathcad linear algebra tutorial

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