TokenX wrote:

Homer_Bob wrote:

So there basically aren't any websites where I can simply type an equation in and it shows me all the work and answers? Why can't it be that easy?

I like to use

http://www.algebrahelp.com/calculators/ ... factoring/ to factor equations, even though I'm far past algebra by now.

What type of problem do you need help on?

If I recall correctly, at least 4/5 of the stuff you do in algebra is calculable on a graphing calculator.

QuickMath Automatic Solutions works nicely for systems of equations. I remember recently running across a website that did what you wanted (step by step examples)... it had a high Google rank. Maybe I was searching for a quadratic equation solver?

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Algebra.com has a nifty setup too. They seem to even generate animated gifs.

[img]http://www.algebra.com/cgi-bin/plot-formula.mpl?expression=simplify_cartoon(+((x^2-6x%2B9)%2F(x^2-3x-10))%2F((x^2-5x%2B6)%2F(x^2-8x%2B15))+)&x=0003[/img]