Algematics is a powerful program for doing things with algebra and numbers.
There are two parts to Algematics: 1. The software, and 2. The illustrated tutor topics.
When you first run Algematics, you will see this screen:
This is the Algematics software which contains tools for solving algebra and whole number problems...
The first thing you have to do is input some numbers and formulas.
The 'Text' box (the white area in the top half) is for typing helpful text to describe your steps. You can ignore it for now.
The 'Maths' box (the white area in the bottom half) is where you type expressions, equations, formulas and numbers.
You type all input on a single line using simple rules.
(Other rules are listed in Algematics Help)
Example: To factorize the quadratic expression: 78t² + 143t - 455
Tutor topics can help you to solve your own problems with Algematics.
First select the 'help' menu option on the Algematics menu bar, then select the 'Index' option.
If you display and read the 'Beginners' tutorial you will understand the other topics better. The tutorials are recommended but not essential.
To solve your own algebra and number problems, locate similar tutorial topics in the 'maths lab' section of the help. Follow the instructions to solve your problem.
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