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Math help(cheating tools) - HeartofShadows - 03-20-2009 03:23 AM

Okay I didn't notice these sites here so I figured I would post them.

Webmath.com

This site pretty much explains and solves math problems for you so whether you wanna cheat or want them explained in detail then this site is for you..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/greatest-comm ... -tool.html

This is a greatest common factor tool that gives you the greatest common factor for fractions.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/simplifying-fractions.html

This is a tool for simplifying fractions..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/least-common- ... -tool.html

This finds least common multiples..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/prime-factorization-tool.php

This finds prime factorizations of numbers..

Hope these help..


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - classclown - 03-20-2009 09:03 AM

those are nice sites


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Fuckthesystem - 05-19-2009 11:19 AM

Go to Google, and type in "Wolfram-Alpha."

It's supposedly perfect when it comes to math. It works.

And i'm only bumping the thread because I think it's some pretty useful information, and it's on topic.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - returnal - 05-19-2009 11:20 AM

Fuckthesystem Wrote:Go to Google, and type in "Wolfram-Alpha."
Holy fuck, my brother just introduced me to that a few minutes ago.
BTW: It wins.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Sociopath - 05-19-2009 11:23 AM

this thread=epic fucking win!


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Sick Silent - 05-20-2009 02:58 AM

The Wolfram|Alpha thing is made of the purest win. To add a little to the list:

Some CAS (computer algebra systems). basically, you input equation, they give answer.

Mathomatic: A simple CAS, yet not at all less effective
http://www.mathomatic.org/math/

Maxima: A CAS written in LISP, more powerful than Mathomatic but more complicated.

Axiom: A non-GNU project, haven't tried it out.
http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/axiom


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Raddaya - 09-29-2009 10:40 PM

Without this, I'd be dead.
Thank the gods and curse whoever set us a problem that wasted over 16 pages worth of trees.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Frost Elf - 10-12-2009 08:12 AM

they're pretty good, but i can't get over the fact the site name it 'maths is fun'. it may be easy, or easier, but theres not much that can make it fun...


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Amortisatie - 10-12-2009 08:58 AM

Skittle Wrote:they're pretty good, but i can't get over the fact the site name it 'maths is fun'. it may be easy, or easier, but theres not much that can make it fun...

Math can be interesting if you are into that kind of thing, but school can still make it monumentally boring, even if you are interested in it.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Fire Elf - 10-12-2009 10:03 AM

Amortisatie Wrote:
Skittle Wrote:they're pretty good, but i can't get over the fact the site name it 'maths is fun'. it may be easy, or easier, but theres not much that can make it fun...

Math can be interesting if you are into that kind of thing, but school can still make it monumentally boring, even if you are interested in it.
School can make anything monumentally boring.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - Frost Elf - 10-12-2009 10:13 AM

yeah i know that. i do actually like math, i'm good at it, but i don't consider it fun... interesting yeah, but not really fun..


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - rosslebossserd - 12-29-2010 03:45 AM

If you need to cough up an explanation for your thought process on a particular problem that's giving you trouble, there's always Yahoo Answers.


Re: Math help(cheating tools) - sergeant - 08-11-2011 02:12 PM

Fire Elf Wrote:
Amortisatie Wrote:
Skittle Wrote:they're pretty good, but i can't get over the fact the site name it 'maths is fun'. it may be easy, or easier, but theres not much that can make it fun...

Math can be interesting if you are into that kind of thing, but school can still make it monumentally boring, even if you are interested in it.
School can make anything monumentally boring.

I love geo proofs, and really having to think and logically step through a problem.
I hate using a method unless I fully understand how it works. Thus I hated learning to factor quadratics until I derived it myself. Just a thing for me though


RE: Math help(cheating tools) - (´・ω・`) - 12-14-2013 01:31 PM

(12-14-2013 01:09 PM)SandraMiller Wrote:  
(03-20-2009 03:23 AM)HeartofShadows Wrote:  Okay I didn't notice these sites here so I figured I would post them.

Webmath.com

This site pretty much explains and solves math problems for you so whether you wanna cheat or want them explained in detail then this site is for you..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/greatest-comm ... -tool.html

This is a greatest common factor tool that gives you the greatest common factor for fractions.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/simplifying-fractions.html

This is a tool for simplifying fractions..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/least-common- ... -tool.html

This finds least common multiples..

http://www.mathsisfun.com/prime-factorization-tool.php

This finds prime factorizations of numbers..

Hope these help..
Most of your websites are not good. Can you give me like StudyGeek.org or Mymathdone.com something like that? I know these sites, because they have good reputation giving students right information how to solve their homeworks.

You do know this thread has been dead since 2011, right? In any case, I'd like to have a talk with you about this site's purpose, and the place for pro-schoolers here. I almost think you're a spambot, but your replies seem just complex enough to be considered human. Anyways, have a good night.

--Ivo


Math help(cheating tools) - James Comey - 12-14-2013 04:41 PM

I also have a feeling that that picture is stolen. I tried sending a PM and seeing why she's doing here. She hasn't responded. Either s/he's a spambot (but a very complicated one) or just trying to toy with us.


Math help(cheating tools) - brainiac3397 - 12-15-2013 04:51 AM

Smells like an adbot, but is possibly just behaving like one.


RE: Math help(cheating tools) - James Comey - 12-20-2013 04:16 PM

By the way, if anyone's read the thread on Frag Arena, SandraMiller stole his/her avatar.


Math help(cheating tools) - Gwedin - 12-20-2013 06:04 PM

Debatable. I wonder what licence that image was released under...


RE: Math help(cheating tools) - megawatt - 09-04-2015 02:38 AM

(05-20-2009 02:58 AM)Sick Silent Wrote:  The Wolfram|Alpha thing is made of the purest win. To add a little to the list:

Some CAS (computer algebra systems). basically, you input equation, they give answer.

Mathomatic: A simple CAS, yet not at all less effective
http://www.mathomatic.org/math/

Maxima: A CAS written in LISP, more powerful than Mathomatic but more complicated.

Axiom: A non-GNU project, haven't tried it out.
http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/axiom

I want to get Mathematica one of these days, it looks like a lot of fun. But one question: does it actually help you with school? If you use it for getting right answers on homework as a timesaver, but then go on to flunk tests, do you still pass your class?