multiplying or dividing scientific notation
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JroaveSollecteon

Registered: 16.04.2005
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 Posted: Tuesday 11th of Jun 12:51 Heya guys! Is someone here know about multiplying or dividing scientific notation? I have this set of questions about it that I just can’t understand. We were assigned to answer it and understand how we came up with the answer . Our Math teacher will select random people to solve the problem as well as show solutions to class so I need thorough explanation regarding multiplying or dividing scientific notation. I tried answering some of the questions but I think I got it completely wrong . Please assist me because it’s a bit urgent and the due date is quite near already and I haven’t yet figured out how to solve this.
kfir

Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

 Posted: Tuesday 11th of Jun 15:05 How about some more particulars on your problem with multiplying or dividing scientific notation? I might be able to throw some light on . If you are not able to get a good help or some one to sit and sort out your trouble or if the cost is too high , then there might be another way out . There are some good algebra programs that you can try . I tried them out myself. It came across to me as fine as any tutor can be. I would opt Algebrator for the kind of answer that you are in search of . What is nice about it is that it tutors you to the solutions rather than plainly giving the answer. Why not try it out?
Ashe

Registered: 08.07.2001
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 Posted: Wednesday 12th of Jun 10:40 I found out a a few software programs that are pertinent . I tried them out. The Algebrator seemed to be the best suited one for percentages, graphing circles and matrices. It was also uncomplicated to work with . It took me step by step towards the solution rather than only giving the solution. That way I got to learn how to work out the problems too. By the time I was done with it , I had learnt how to work out the problems. I found them valuable for Basic Math, Intermediate algebra and Algebra 1 which assisted me in my algebra classes. May be, this is just the thing for you . Why not try this out?
Jot

Registered: 07.09.2001
From: Ubik

 Posted: Thursday 13th of Jun 07:33 I remember having often faced problems with quadratic inequalities, radical expressions and proportions. A truly great piece of math program is Algebrator software. By simply typing in a problem from workbook a step by step solution would appear by a click on Solve. I have used it through many math classes – Algebra 1, Remedial Algebra and College Algebra. I greatly recommend the program.
SaletosCoft

Registered: 29.01.2002