simplifying exponential expressions
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Author Message
Milre

Registered: 25.11.2002
From: Riihimäki, Finland

 Posted: Sunday 02nd of Jun 12:06 Hey dudes, I would really appreciate some support with simplifying exponential expressions on which I’m really stuck. I have this homework due and don’t know where to solve decimals, fractional exponents and function domain . I would sure be grateful your assistance rather than hiring a math tutor who are pricey.
kfir

Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

 Posted: Sunday 02nd of Jun 15:15 Don’t fret my friend. It’s just a matter of time before you’ll have no trouble in solving those problems in simplifying exponential expressions. I have the exact solution for your algebra problems, it’s called Algebrator. It’s quite new but I assure you that it would be perfect in helping you in your algebra problems. It’s a piece of program where you can solve any kind of math problems with ease . It’s also user friendly and displays a lot of useful data that makes you understand the subject matter fully.
Mibxrus

Registered: 19.10.2002

 Posted: Monday 03rd of Jun 14:09 I am a student turned teacher ; I give classes to high school children. Along with the traditional mode of explanation, I use Algebrator to solve examples practically in front of the students.
Bidir77sx

Registered: 09.11.2005
From: Michigan

 Posted: Wednesday 05th of Jun 09:56 Great! I think that’s what I need . Can you tell me where to buy it?
Jrobhic

Registered: 09.08.2002
From: Chattanooga, TN

 Posted: Thursday 06th of Jun 10:47 It is really wise if you think so. You can find the software here https://softmath.com/algebra-policy.html.