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math911 contains step by step tutorials in Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, PreCalculus and Introductory Statistics. The given link is to the setup file. After setup, you should see a math911 icon on the desktop. Click on the icon to run math911. Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 users might need to right click and in the drop...
math911 contains step by step tutorials in Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, PreCalculus and Introductory Statistics. The given link is to the setup file. After setup, you should see a math911 icon on the desktop. Click on the icon to run math911. Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 users might need to right click and in the drop down list select 'Run As Administrator.'
To set up a grade report file you will be asked to enter your name, birth date (or any other date) and select a course.A grade report file will be created (FLmmdd.mdb where F=first initial, L=last initial, mmdd= month and date). Grades are saved AUTOMATICALLY to this file..Select a chapter, then a lesson and a problem will appear.For a tutorial: You can step through the solution (click See Solution, See All Steps, See Next Step, etc.)To answer: Type the answer and press ENTER Only correct answers count. Wrong answers are ignored !If your answer is incorrect: Click on See All Steps, See Next Step, etc.Use the up/down arrows to enter exponents and move between the numerator and denominator of a fraction.There are up to 8 levels for each lesson and all the types of problems for you to master Algebra
IMPORTANT. math911 is activated for Introductory Algebra. For full activation to other courses, RIGHT click on the ABOUT button and enter the code: essex.
Once fully activated you can switch back and forth to the other courses.
Math911 is continuously updated. For technical help please call Professor Martin Weissman 347-528-7837
math911 is a great alternative to the 'free' homework that comes with traditional textbooks. I.e. MyMathLab, WebAssign, etc.
math911 can be run off a flash drive. My students start homewoork in a school lad on a USB and continue at home on their desktops. For the flash drive version download link is www.math911.flash.zip
Download the zipfile to a flash drive, extract. A math911 folder will appear. Open the math911 folder and click on the math911.exe file (no setup is required). Don't forget to activate math911 by RIGHT clicking on the ABOUT button and entering the code: essex
For free technical support contact Professor Martin Weissman: 347-528-7837