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What is that website that you can type in a math problem and it shows you the work, and also gives you the answer? Medal for best answer!

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There's, but the 'show steps' requires a membership. You can get a free 30-day trial, and I think student discounts are available.
That is the website! Thank you SOOO much! :D Do you know how much the membership is?
I have o idea, but I heard the student thing is maybe $2? Go and look, see if it's worth it... That's what trials are for! \o/

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Thank you so much! This has helped me SO much! :D
Good luck!
Thank you again! :)
If you're still here, has an Equation Solver. It shows steps, instead of just answers. very helpful.
Thank you so much! :) I am checking it out now.

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