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Formula Solver! Series programs are all organized in a similar fashion. After reviewing the brief explanation of the concept, click the Begin button to start. Click the Next and Prev buttons to move forwards and backwards through the step-by-step solution. (**Hint: Once you have the correct answer, you can change the values and click Next again to recalculate all the steps.**)
Click the gray box under the term to reveal the matching definition. The Next and Prev buttons move you through the displayed theme; you can change the theme by clicking the << and >> buttons. Study in reverse order by clicking the Term=>Match button. (This may be called something else like Foreign=>English.) As you learn the terms, mark them by checking the “I Know This” box so you can exclude them with the Exclude Known Terms button.
These programs all follow a four-tab layout, and you can click on each tab to access its contents. The first tab is a general introduction to the concept, the second and third tabs have examples that explore the concepts in more detail. (You can usually enter your own numbers here and walk through the solutions.) The fourth tab is a glossary of terms — just mouse over the term on the left to see a detailed definition.
Each trivia quiz consists of ten randomly selected questions. You get one point for clicking on the correct answer on your first try. Click the << and >> buttons to move through the questions, and click the curved arrow in the top right corner to generate a new quiz.
Financial ratio programs are all similarly organized. First they walk you through the ratio using the Bogus Manufacturing Corporation’s financial statements. You then get the chance to enter your own values, with which the program recalculates the steps and correct answers. (Click the Next and Prev buttons to move through the tutorial.)