how are equations with one variable like eqations with two variables?
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Registered: 25.11.2004
From: London

post url Posted: Monday 13th of Dec 12:03    

Hi math experts . This is my first post in this forum. I struggle a lot with how are equations with one variable like eqations with two variables? problems . No matter how much I try, I just am not able to crack any question in less than an hour. If things go this way, I fear I will not be able to pass my math exam.
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Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

post url Posted: Monday 13th of Dec 17:04    

Well of course there is. If you are enthusiastic about learning how are equations with one variable like eqations with two variables?, then Algebrator can be of great help to you. It is designed in such a way that almost anyone can use it. You don’t need to be a computer expert in order to operate the program.
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Registered: 26.07.2001
From: Scotland

post url Posted: Monday 13th of Dec 18:19    

Hello there , Thanks for the prompt response . But could you let me know the details of reliable sites from where I can make the purchase? Can I get the Algebrator cd from a local book mart available in my area?
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Registered: 03.07.2001

post url Posted: Tuesday 14th of Dec 13:55    

simplifying expressions, function composition and cramer’s rule were a nightmare for me until I found Algebrator, which is truly the best algebra program that I have come across. I have used it frequently through several algebra classes – Basic Math, Algebra 2 and Basic Math. Simply typing in the math problem and clicking on Solve, Algebrator generates step-by-step solution to the problem, and my algebra homework would be ready. I truly recommend the program.
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Registered: 10.04.2002

post url Posted: Wednesday 15th of Dec 15:13    

That sounds great ! Thanks for the help ! It seems to be just what I need , I will try it for sure! Where did you here about Algebrator? Any idea where could I find more detail about it? Thanks!
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Registered: 27.09.2001
From: Germany

post url Posted: Thursday 16th of Dec 13:17    

You can find it at Please do post your experience here. It may help a lot of other beginners as well.
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