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tonbxin_d


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Registered: 08.06.2002
From: Binghamton, NY

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 13:39    

Hi guys I’m really stuck on multiplying polynomial by a monomial answers and would sure desperately need guidance to direct me with exponential equations, converting decimals and roots. My homework is due soon. I have even thought of hiring a tutor, but they are not cheap. So any suggestion would be greatly cherished .
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AllejHat


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Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 20:59    

You seem to be facing a similar problem that I had last week. I too thought of hiring a paid help to work it out for me. But they are so expensive that I just could not afford them. So I turned to the internet and found so many software that can help with algebra homework on reducing fractions, conversion of units or function composition. After some research I found that Algebrator is the best of the lot. I haven’t found a algebra assignment that I can’t get done through Algebrator. It is absolutely amazing. Best part is, the software gives you a detailed explanation on how to do it yourself. So you actually learn how to solve it yourself. Isn’t it cool?
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Svizes


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Registered: 10.03.2003
From: Slovenia

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 18:13    

I agree , a good program can do miracles . I used a few but Algebrator is the best . It doesn't matter what class you are in, I myself used it in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 as well , so you don't have to worry that it's not on your level. If you never had a program before I can tell you it's not complicated, you don't need to know much about the computer to use it. You just have to type in the keywords of the exercise, and then the software solves it step by step, so you get more than just the answer.
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Halavehh


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Registered: 02.11.2002
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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 09:34    

Well, if the software is so good then give me the link to it. I would like to try it once.
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thicxolmed01


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Registered: 16.05.2004
From: Welly, NZ

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 11:23    

I would suggest trying out Algebrator. It not only helps you with your math problems, but also gives all the required steps in detail so that you can improve the understanding of the subject.
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thicxolmed01


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Registered: 16.05.2004
From: Welly, NZ

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 12:39    

Don’t worry pal. Just visit http://www.mathfraction.com/adding-fractions.html and read all the details about it. Good luck with your studies!
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