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Mastering Physics
 
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#5

protomanrulezz (08/19/2014) [+] (24 replies)
Math XL was without a doubt one of the worst math online programs I ever had to work with in my life
this picture is a picture I took, and showed to my professor since this question broke my 100 on a text, making it a 96. I also emailed support for them, and they said that this was not an error on their side, and was most likely due to slow internet connection.
this picture is a picture I took, and showed to my professor since this question broke my 100 on a text, making it a 96. I also emailed support for them, and they said that this was not an error on their side, and was most likely due to slow internet connection.
#10

sweetellie ONLINE (08/19/2014) [+] (15 replies)
As someone who can't do maths, this is like looking into hell.
#4

zaggystirdust (08/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I'm so glad I'm done with using this **** ass program
#3

wykkid ONLINE (08/19/2014) []
Mymathlab is by far the worst thing I have ever had the misfortune of using for school
#29

thelastelephant ONLINE (08/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
>Be me doing math homework
>Systems of Linear Equations
> ******* story problems
>"40 tickets are bought for a concert. The number of tickets purchased for seats in either Floor 2 or Floor 1 is the same as the number purchased for Floor 3. Floor 1 costs X, Floor 2 costs Y, Floor 3 costs Z. How many of each type of tickets were purchased?"
>Logically F1 = F3 and F2 = F3, therefore F1 = F2
>Book gives three different answers
>wut.png
>Read problem again
>Ask professor about it the next day, he explains that F1 + F2 = F3
>MFW mathematicians think "either X or Y" is the same as "X and Y."
>Systems of Linear Equations
> ******* story problems
>"40 tickets are bought for a concert. The number of tickets purchased for seats in either Floor 2 or Floor 1 is the same as the number purchased for Floor 3. Floor 1 costs X, Floor 2 costs Y, Floor 3 costs Z. How many of each type of tickets were purchased?"
>Logically F1 = F3 and F2 = F3, therefore F1 = F2
>Book gives three different answers
>wut.png
>Read problem again
>Ask professor about it the next day, he explains that F1 + F2 = F3
>MFW mathematicians think "either X or Y" is the same as "X and Y."
#26

tiddycats ONLINE (08/19/2014) []
I hate that system, sometimes it doesn't even read your answer right, so you could be correct but something borked so it says it's wrong.
#87

murphypop (08/20/2014) [+] (7 replies)
You know that's literally just root solving? That takes the quadratic formula and factoring. That's it.
#80

xxxsonic fanxxx (08/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
SOMEBODY TELL ME IF THIS IS RIGHT i used this freshman year of college and i feel like i'm missing something but can't you just submit random numbers as answers and like take a pic of the correct answer. then just keep getting them wrong until it gives you the same one from before in which you just type in the answer you took a pic of
can the instructor like see all the answers you submitted?
can the instructor like see all the answers you submitted?