

 Master Algebra in 24 hours! This Tutorial. intended for mature students, covers the Algebra Topics taught in School and required for College. It makes Algebra easy by carefully explaining the Algebra Rules with examples of how to apply them. 

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Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36  Size  1508 kb  Licence  Shareware  Status  New Release  Languages  English  OS  Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP  Homepage  easyalgebra.com  Author  Bob Wight 


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Description: Master Algebra in 24 hours. This Tutorial. intended for mature students, covers the Algebra Topics taught in School and required for College  Numbers, Fractions, Linear Equations, Simultaneous Equations, Exponents, Quadratic Equations, Graphs and Polynomials. It makes Algebra easy by carefully explaining the Rules and providing examples showing how to apply them. Many people have trouble with Algebra because when it was taught in school, they weren't ready to absorb the abstract Rules. And even checkers or baseball is difficult to understand if you don't know the Rules. But now, with maturity, you will have no difficulty learning the Algebra Rules. That is when Algebra becomes easy! Download the program and try it out. The first 3 Topics are FREE!  Short tags: algebra, high school algebra. college algebra  System Requirements: Windows Operating System 
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