Hi! Our class just started doing a new chapter in algebra about square root with exponent and I did well for most assignments we had but the latest one my professor gave complicated so I'd appreciate if someone will teach me to understand it! It’s a problem solving homework my math teacher gave out this day and it’s due next week and I tried answering it but to no avail . I can’t answer it with ease unlike the other assignments. I had an easy time answering my past assignments but this particular assignment with specific topic of side-angle-side similarity gives me difficulty just knowing how to begin. I’m desperately in need of help. I’ll really be grateful if somebody help me in discussing the steps and how to answer it in a organized and clear way.

Well of course there is. If you are determined about learning square root with exponent, then Algebrator can be of great help to you. It is designed in such a manner that almost anyone can use it. You don’t need to be a computer professional in order to use the program.

Registered: 16.04.2003
From: the wastelands between insomnia and clairvoyance

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 09:28

Algebrator is a beneficial tool . I have used it a lot. I tried solving the problems myself, at least once before using the software. If I couldn’t solve the question then I used the software to give me the solution. I then used to compare both the solutions and correct my mistakes.

Registered: 06.07.2001
From: I dunno, I've lost it.

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 10:45

I remember having difficulties with monomials, solving a triangle and least common denominator. Algebrator is a really great piece of algebra software. I have used it through several math classes - Pre Algebra, College Algebra and Remedial Algebra. I would simply type in the problem from a workbook and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended.