simultaneous nonlinear equations
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Sreamere

Registered: 31.05.2007
From: Bonnie Scotland

 Posted: Tuesday 22nd of Dec 11:38 I'm having great difficulty knowing the logic behind the problem regarding simultaneous nonlinear equations. Can anybody please assist me to understand how to come up with a comprehensive answer and explanation about simultaneous nonlinear equations specifically in topic of radical expressions? I was taught how to solve this before but now I forgot and confused how to answer it. I find it difficult to understand it alone so I think I need help since I think I can’t do this on my own . If anyone knows about simultaneous nonlinear equations can you please help me? Thanks!
Jahm Xjardx

Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

 Posted: Wednesday 23rd of Dec 13:53 The best way to get this done is using Algebrator software. This software offers a very fast and easy to learn means of doing math problems. You will definitely start liking math once you use and see how effortless it is. I remember how I used to have a difficult time with my Basic Math class and now with the help of Algebrator, learning is so much fun. I am sure you will get help with simultaneous nonlinear equations problems here.
DVH

Registered: 20.12.2001
From:

 Posted: Friday 25th of Dec 13:04 Algebrator is used by almost every student in our class. Most of the students in my class work in the evening . Our teacher introduced this tool to us and we all have been using it since then.
plotodecx

Registered: 19.03.2007
From: So. Cal.

 Posted: Saturday 26th of Dec 08:31 Hello again. Thanks a ton for the beneficial advice. I usually never trust math programs; however, this piece of software seems worth trying. Can I get a URL to it?