
finding formula for the inverse for one to one function with radicals
Related topics:
nonlinear differential equations with matrices 
5th grade ratio and proportions lesson plans 
can you put decimals in a fraction 
ontario math workbook 8 
least common multiple equation solver 
quadratic equations and pythagorean theorem and how to understand them 
teach me graphing for free 
free downloadable calculus 9th edition thomas solution key 
algebra formulas  the elimination method 
math peopm

Author 
Message 
Eferstutient
Registered: 18.02.2006
From:

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 13:43



Heya guys! Is anyone here familiar with finding formula for the inverse for one to one function with radicals? I have this set of problems about it that I just can’t figure it out . Our class was tasked to solve it and know how we came up with the answer . Our Algebra teacher will select random students to solve the problem as well as explain it to class so I need comprehensive explanation regarding finding formula for the inverse for one to one function with radicals. I tried solving some of the questions but I guess I got it completely wrong . Please help me because it’s urgent and the deadline is quite near already and I haven’t yet figured out how to solve this. 

Back to top 

nxu
Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:54



I have a good recommendation that could help you with math . You simply need a good software to explain the problems that are complicated. You don't need a tutor , because on one hand it's very costly , and secondly you won't have it near you whenever you need help. A program is better because you only have to purchase it once, and it's yours for all time. I advice you to try Algebrator, because it's the best. Since it can solve almost any algebra problems , you will certainly use it for a very long time, just like I did. I purchased it years ago when I was in Algebra 1, but I still use it quite often. 

Back to top 

MichMoxon
Registered: 21.08.2001
From:

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 09:22



My parents could not afford my college expenses , so I had to work in the evening, after my classes. Solving problems at the end of the day seemed to be impossible for me at those times. A colleague introduced Algebrator to me and since then I never had any problem solving my questions . 

Back to top 

The Peneson
Registered: 18.06.2002
From: Home is where the heart is (which happens to be in the Netherlands)

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 14:55



Interesting! I don’t have that much time to hire someone to teach me so I think this would be just fine. Is this something bought from a mall? Do they have a site so that I can see more details regarding the software? 

Back to top 

cufBlui
Registered: 26.07.2001
From: Scotland


Back to top 


