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Tafed Panmir
Registered: 23.11.2004
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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:41



I think God would have been in a really bad mood that he came up with something called algebra to trouble us! I’ve spent days working on this algebra problem which relates to to convert an object to decimal number+java+examples and I still can’t solve it. I’m particularly having problems with angle complements, evaluating formulas and binomial formula. Can anyone show me the way on how to go about finding a solution to such problems? I’ve tried various means that I could think of, but none helped. I need some urgent help now. Anybody? 

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ameich
Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 11:16



You don’t need to ask anybody to solve any sample questions for you; as a matter of fact all you need is Algebrator. I’ve tried many such math simulation software but Algebrator is a lot better than most of them. It’ll solve all the questions that you have and it’ll even explain each and every step involved in reaching that solution . You can work out as many examples as you would like to, and unlike us human beings, it would never say, Oh! I’ve had enough for the day! ;) I used to have some problems in solving questions on evaluating formulas and radical equations, but this software really helped me get over those. 

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pcaDFX
Registered: 03.07.2001
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Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 13:42



Algebrator has helped students all over the world . It is a very nice piece of software and I would recommend it to every student who has issues with their homework. 

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Kocir0
Registered: 10.11.2002
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Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 07:17



I hope this software has an easy navigation. Can I have a look at it? 

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

Posted: Friday 05th of Jan 07:21



Sure, here it is: https://mathradical.com/solvingradicalequations1.html. Good Luck with your exams. Oh, and before I forget , these guys are also offering unrestricted money back guarantee, that just goes to show how sure they are about their product. I’m sure that you’ll love it . Cheers. 

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