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dolio679


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Registered: 12.03.2002
From: PA

Posted: Sunday 19th of Aug 14:24    

Hi everyone ! I need some urgent help! I have had a lot of problems with algebra lately. I mostly have issues with polynomial. I don't understand it at all, no matter how much I try. I would be very happy if someone would give me any kind of advice on this issue.
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oc_rana


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Registered: 08.03.2007
From: egypt,alexandria

Posted: Monday 20th of Aug 12:06    

I know how annoying it can be if you are not getting anywhere with polynomial. It’s a bit hard to help without a better idea of your situation . But if you can’t afford a tutor, then why not just use some program and see how it goes . There are countless programs out there, but one you should consider would be Algebrator. It is pretty helpful plus it is quite affordable .
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Dolknankey


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Registered: 24.10.2003
From: Where the trout streams flow and the air is nice

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 12:39    

I agree. Algebrator not only gets your homework done faster, it actually improves your understanding of the subject by providing very useful information on how to solve similar problems . It is a very popular product among students so you should try it out.
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vanhar


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Registered: 26.07.2003
From: Surrey

Posted: Wednesday 22nd of Aug 10:40    

Now I would definitely want to try this thing myself. How can I get my copy? Can someone please help me in purchasing this software?
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Techei-Mechial


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Registered: 14.10.2001
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Posted: Wednesday 22nd of Aug 17:32    

Yes I’m sure. This is tried and tested. Here: http://www.mathpoint.net/negative-exponents.html. Try to make use of it. You’ll be improving your solving abilities way quicker than just by reading books .
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