# Math Problem Solver

### Math Problem Solver

What do you think about our math problem solver ?
You get every problem answer absolutely free but if you would like to see the complete solution you have to register.
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### Re: Math Problem Solver

This math problem solver seems to be good. It solved my homework that is relatively not difficult.
The problem is that it provide answers only if you do not have a registration. I made a trial account and it solved my algebra homework problems.

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

Thank you teacher!

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

Math Tutor wrote:What do you think about our math problem solver ?
You get every problem answer absolutely free but if you would like to see the complete solution you have to register.

Great, thanks, like Wolfram Alpha

perfectmath

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

It's great to see such problem solver, it will help to the students while solving their math problems.

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

Is the registration for math problem solver free or do you have to pay or subscribe? Anyone used this service?
Pellegrini

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

I think that it is free 7 days.
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Just out of curiousity, I went to check out that page.

Which one is yours?

I see the widget from Wolfram Alpha.
However, it doesn't work for me. (Or perhaps it doesn't like the Microsoft Edge browser.)

I also see the one from Mathway. Is Math10 affiliated with Mathway? In any case, it may be more accurate to call it a Function Evaluator rather than a Problem Solver.

Farther down the page is a link to a Quadratic Equation Solver which I also visited.
That page looks pretty good. I like the fact that it explains the Discriminant:

The number D = b^2 - 4ac is called "discriminant".
If D < 0, then the quadratic equation has no real solutions(it has 2 complex solutions).
If D = 0, then the quadratic equation has 1 solution . . .
If D > 0, then the quadratic equation has 2 distinct solutions.

I'd like to suggest one small improvement: the last statement should be " . . . 2 distinct real solutions."
The second line indicates when there are two complex solutions.
To be consistent, the fourth line should indicate that the two solutions are real.

The solver itself, which is posted farther down on the page, does not handle complex solutions. If the coefficients are such that D < 0, the program outputs the statement, "The equation has no real solutions." And that's it. It does not solve for complex solutions. To be thorough, this program should solve for all solutions given three coefficients.

I will suggest one later, in the thread for math resources.

rmiller2015

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### Re: Math Problem Solver

The page is fixed.
I will update also the quadratic equation solver as you recommend.

Thanks.

Math Tutor