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~/.Henno
Registered: 22.07.2002
From: Somewhere in the US...

Posted: Monday 21st of Mar 14:22



Hey dudes, I am about one week through the semester, and getting a bit worried about my course work. I just don’t seem to pick up the stuff I am learning, especially things to do with convert mixed numbers to decimals. Could somebody out there please give me some advice with algebraic signs, converting decimals and solving inequalities. I can’t afford to get a tutor, but if anyone knows about other ways of understanding topics like radical expressions or factoring expressions without fuss , please help me out Thanks a lot


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IlbendF
Registered: 11.03.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Tuesday 22nd of Mar 13:35



It looks like you are not the only one facing this problem. A friend of mine was in the same situation last month. That is when he found this software known as Algebrator. It is by far the most economical piece of software that can help you with problems on convert mixed numbers to decimals. It won’t just solve problems but also explain of how it arrived at that solution.


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Xane
Registered: 16.04.2003
From: the wastelands between insomnia and clairvoyance

Posted: Tuesday 22nd of Mar 20:17



My parents could not afford my college fees, so I had to work in the evening, after my classes. Solving problems at the end of the day seemed to be difficult for me at those times. A colleague introduced Algebrator to me and since then I never had any problem solving my equations.


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Dnexiam
Registered: 25.01.2003
From: City 17

Posted: Wednesday 23rd of Mar 11:36



Algebrator is the program that I have used through several math classes  Intermediate algebra, Basic Math and Pre Algebra. It is a truly a great piece of math software. I remember of going through difficulties with evaluating formulas, converting fractions and quadratic formula. I would simply type in a problem homework, click on Solve – and step by step solution to my math homework. I highly recommend the program.


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