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dmj81
Registered: 24.04.2005
From: trying to figure things out

Posted: Tuesday 22nd of Dec 19:53



Hello posters! I truly need some help here. I have a hard assignment , and I am really stuck on adding,subtracting,and multiplying integers. I don’t know how I’m supposed to start. Can you help me out with inverse matrices, leading coefficient and roots, I’m not lazy! I just don’t comprehend. My mom am thinking about hiring a good tutor , but they are expensive as hell . Any assistance would be super thanked . Greetings!


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nxu
Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

Posted: Thursday 24th of Dec 14:14



You really shouldn’t have spent money on a private tutor . Had you posted this message before hiring a tutor , you could have saved yourself loads of money! Anyway, now you can’t change it. In order to make sure that you do well in your exams I would suggest trying Algebrator. It’s a userfriendly software. It can solve the toughest problems for you, and what’s even cooler is the fact that it can even explain how to go about solving it! There used to be a time when even I was having difficulty understanding leading coefficient, function domain and radicals. But thanks to Algebrator, it’s all good now .


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Momepi
Registered: 22.07.2004
From: Ireland

Posted: Friday 25th of Dec 07:03



Algebrator really is a great piece of algebra software. I remember having difficulties with roots, graphing lines and subtracting fractions. By typing in the problem from homework and merely clicking Solve would give step by step solution to the algebra problem. It has been of great help through several Algebra 2, Pre Algebra and Remedial Algebra. I seriously recommend the program.


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Ashe
Registered: 08.07.2001
From:

Posted: Friday 25th of Dec 20:14



I am a regular user of Algebrator. It not only helps me finish my homework faster, the detailed explanations provided makes understanding the concepts easier. I suggest using it to help improve problem solving skills.


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