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Fnofas


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Registered: 09.05.2006
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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 19:59    

I am in desperate need of help in completing an assignment in real life trig problems. I need to finish it by next week and am having a hard time trying to figure out a few tricky problems. I tried some of the online help sites but have not gotten much help so far. I would be really grateful if anyone can assist me.
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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 09:31    

You seem to be more horrified than confused. First you need to control your senses . Do not panic. Sit back, relax and look at the books with an open mind. They will seem tough if you think they are hard . real life trig problems can be easily understood and you can solve almost every problem with the help of Algebrator. So relax.
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Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 08:04    

Thanks for the suggestion . Algebrator is actually a pretty good math software. I was able to get answers to difficulties I had about syntehtic division, graphing circles and simplifying fractions. You just have to type in a problem, click on Solve and you get the all the results you need. You can use it for any number of things, like Intermediate algebra, Algebra 2 and Pre Algebra. I am really happy with Algebrator.
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Is it really true that a software can do that? I don’t really know much anything about this Algebrator but I am really seeking for some assistance so would you mind suggesting me where could I find that software ? Is it downloadable over the net ? I’m hoping for your quick reply because I really need help badly .
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Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 10:37    

I understand, math software are always limited to mathematical symbols only. But this software has taken things a step further. Visit http://www.mathfraction.com/addition-of-fractions.html and experience it for yourself.
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