Found 3 file extension associations related to xyAlgebra and 3 file formats developed specifically for use with xyAlgebra.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: xyAlgebra description
Developer: Department of Mathematics, The City College of The City University of New York
Developer / company: Department of Mathematics, The City College of The City University of New York
The student programs (xyAlgebra and xySolver) feature:
- Explanations of principles of basic algebra (320 instructional items).
- Step-by-step sample problems that the student can consult later.
- Practice problems randomly generated until student shows mastery.
- All solutions are entered step-by-step.
- All legitimate solution methods supported.
- Any incorrect step is flagged as soon as it is typed.
- A hint or suggested next step can always be requested.
- Intelligent help at every step, including instant prerequisite review.
- Solution strategy changes intelligently in response to the student's steps.
- 700 practice problem forms generating 100,000+ distinct problems.
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