__Online
JavaScript Calculation Software for A Calculus Tutorial On Triple
Integrals__

__Online
Tutorial on Algebra with Hyperbolic Functions__

__In
The Form of JavaScript Calculation Software __

__Created
by David Alderoty © 2012__

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contact the author (David Alderoty) use this__

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address: David@TechForText.com, or left click
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link below for a website communication
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__This
website provides an online calculation device, in the form of a tutorial.
The calculation device is embedded in this webpage, several paragraphs
below, after the introductory information and instructions. This tutorial
was created primarily for individuals that have studied at least two or three
terms of college-level math, and know the basics of hyperbolic
functions.__

__About The
Software, on This Website:__

__Tutorial
on Algebra with Hyperbolic Functions__

**This
tutorial is a software-based calculation device that checks your calculations
for each problem, as soon as you enter the numbers you manually calculated into
an input box that relates to the specific problem. The results calculated
by the computer are displayed after you enter the numbers you manually
calculated, for the problem. However, if you want the computer to
display all the calculated results, before you enter your calculations, place an
X in the green input box several paragraphs below. (The above will
become obvious after you examine the software, which is embedded in this webpage
below the introductory text and instructions.)**

**This tutorial was originally created with
Microsoft Excel and other software, and it was electronically converted to
JavaScript so it will function over the Internet, in a conventional web
browser. However, the spreadsheet formulas, and related code, used to
create the tutorial will not function in conventional Excel spreadsheets.
The formulas and code are specialized and were created specifically for this
software, but each of the spreadsheet formulas are displayed below each problem,
for individuals that are interested in the technical aspects of the
software. **

**If you are interested, you can obtain the
original version of the software, in the Excel format by downloading a zipped
folder, by clicking on the link presented below. The zipped folder also
contains one JavaScript version, as well as four versions in the Excel format,
which is for Excel 2003, and 2007-2010. Two of the Excel files, with the
words Formula-Study, provide direct access to the formulas and code, used
to create this software. (The Excel devices require Windows and Microsoft
Excel.) **

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**Left click here to download the zipped
folder**

__Remove the software from the folder before you use
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__Step-By-Step
Instructions to Use the Software __

__A
Tutorial on Algebra with Hyperbolic Functions__

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1) THE PURPOSE AND FUNCTIONALITY OF THE SOFTWARE: This software is a tutorial
designed to help you practice solving algebra problems that have hyperbolic
functions. To use it, enter any numbers you choose, in the two Primary
Input Boxes, which are located on the top of the calculation device, several
paragraphs below. With these numbers the software generates a set of ten
algebra problems, with step-by-step solutions that are initially concealed.
Each time you change the numbers in the Primary Input Boxes, a new
set of structurally similar algebra problems are generated, which have a new
set of numbers and different calculated results. This feature is very
useful if you are going to use this tutorial for a number of practice sessions.
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**NOTE:
The numbers ****that
you enter in the Primary Input Boxes are used by the software to generate
a set of semi‑random numbers. This operation is carried out automatically
by a set of concealed formulas. The semi‑random numbers are used in the
algebra problems. These numbers do not look like the numbers you entered
in the Primary Input Boxes. For example, even if you leave the
Primary Input Boxes empty, which is interpreted as zeros by the software,
the concealed set of formulas will still generate numbers, in all of the algebra
problems, which will range from 2 to 676. However, it is best not to use
numbers with zeros, more than once, because you might get the same algebra
problems generated, if you use this tutorial for multiple practice sessions.
For example, 100 and 1000 results in almost the same set of numbers
generated with 1000 and 10000. (Incidentally the above is no mystery; some
of the concealed formulas contain their own numbers, which are multiplied by
other formulas. Some of the concealed formulas generate semi-random
numbers with only one or two digits, which are obtained from the numbers the
user entered in the primary input boxes.)**

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2) ENTERING NUMBERS: Whenever you enter or delete a number or letter, with any
of the input boxes in this software, you must first left click on the input box
with the mouse, and then immediately enter or delete the number or letter.
After entering or deleting anything in the software, you should left click
with the mouse on the yellow or black background to update the calculation
mechanism. **

**3) PRACTICE USING DIFFERENT NUMBERS: It is
usually best to practice with this tutorial several times, using a different set
of numbers in the Primary Input Boxes, until you get a score of at least
80 or 90 percent. The software calculates the score automatically.
Keep in mind, each time you enter a new set of numbers in the Primary
Input Boxes, the software generates a new set of algebra problems, with
step-by-step solutions.**

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4) HOW TO SOLVE THE 10 MATH PROBLEMS: To solve the 10 math problems generated by
this software, it is usually necessary to use a scientific calculator, as well
as pencil and paper. When you complete a calculation enter the number in
the white input box that corresponds to the specific problem you are trying to
solve. When this is done, the software checks your calculations. If
your calculations are correct the software will display a message in green type,
and if incorrect you will see an error message in red type. Regardless of
whether you entered correctly or incorrect number, the software displays the
result calculated by the computer, in the following format: 4.77076 = Computer. This
will be accompanied by a step-by-step solution, which is displayed beneath the
problem. The above can be seen in the following two screenshots from the
tutorial.**

**SCREENSHOT**

**Below
each problem is a step-by-step solution, generated by the software, which is
revealed when the user enters a correct or incorrect calculated result. If
you are having difficulty solving a specific problem, scroll down and study the
step-by-step solution, such as the following example:**

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**SCREENSHOT**

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5) YOUR CALCULATED RESULTS FOR THIS TUTORIAL MUST BE CARRIED OUT TO THE
INDICATED NUMBER OF DECIMAL PLACES: Your calculations must be carried out to the exact number of
decimal places, indicated by the software. If the software
indicates that you made an error, check to see if your error relates to the
above. If it does, make the required adjustments in your calculation, and
proceed to the next problem. (Incidentally, the user can change a number in an
input box, which will change the required number of decimal places for all the
calculations. This input box is about two paragraphs below the Primary
Input Boxes.) **

__The
Online Tutorial for Algebra__

__Problems
With Hyperbolic Functions__

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