Free Software for Solving Algebra Equation in Windows

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Where can I get an Algebra equation solution software download? My friend's kid is having some troubles in school and this might be helpful. A software that does not only give a solution but also gives the step by step process on how the solution was reached will be the best. Please let me know if you know of one or if you are using one, if it's good enough.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #163862

Free Software for Solving Algebra Equation in Windows

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You can download the "Universal Algebra Equation Solver" software from the below link and the site allows you to download the application for free. It has many advanced functions as listed below.

* This provides step by step solutions for any algebraic equation where complexity of the equation doesn't matter.

* The new version of the software also supports "copy paste" function where you only need to paste the equation on the solver.

* This software is basically designed for the help for school as well as the first year students in universities.

* Please download the software from the below link and try to upgrade it to the latest version.

http://download.cnet.com/Free-Universal-Algebra-Equation-Solver/3000-2053_4-75211972.html

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Free Software for Solving Algebra Equation in Windows

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Hello Conrad,

You can use  Equation Wizard. It seems quite natural to let an electronic device do this job. But besides simple arithmetical calculations it can also solve Algebraic equations,it also can solve Liner equation,Quadratic equation,Cubic equation,High order equation and many more.

To get It visit  http://www.equationwizard.com/

and it will cost you $29

Or,

If you don't want to pay money than there are many free websites for you. Such as

http://www.mathway.com/

and there are many more.Hope this info will help you.

Thank You!

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