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resx`
Registered: 02.06.2004
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Posted: Sunday 19th of Aug 16:41



Hi math experts out there! Please let me know if there is an easy way to help solve a couple of solving simultaneous differential equations questions that I am stuck on. Any suggestions would be appreciated. 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Monday 20th of Aug 17:00



Hi! I guess I can give you ideas on how to solve your assignment. But for that I need more specifics. Can you give details about what exactly is the solving simultaneous differential equations homework that you have to work out. I am quite good at working out these kind of things. Plus I have this great software Algebrator that I got from a friend which is soooo good at solving algebra assignment. Give me the details and perhaps we can work something out... 

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Jrobhic
Registered: 09.08.2002
From: Chattanooga, TN

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 09:32



Hi , just a month ago, I was stuck in a similar situation. I had even considered the option of leaving math and selecting some other course . A colleague of mine told me to give one last try and sent me a copy of Algebrator. I was at comfort with it within an hour. My ranks have really improved within the last year . 

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VxeelJuj
Registered: 30.01.2007
From:

Posted: Thursday 23rd of Aug 07:28



Well, if the software is so effective then give me the link to it. I would like to try it once. 

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DVH
Registered: 20.12.2001
From:

Posted: Friday 24th of Aug 18:27



I remember having difficulties with rational inequalities, linear algebra and converting fractions. Algebrator is a really great piece of math software. I have used it through several algebra classes  Algebra 2, Intermediate algebra and College Algebra. I would simply type in the problem from a workbook and by clicking on Solve, step by step solution would appear. The program is highly recommended. 

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erx
Registered: 26.10.2001
From: PL/DE/ES/GB/HU

Posted: Saturday 25th of Aug 14:19



For more information you can try this link: http://www.mathpoint.net/introductiontodifferentialequations.html. There is one thing that I would like you to know about this deal; they actually offer an unconditional money back guarantee as well! Although don’t worry you’ll never need to ask for your money back. It’s an investment you won’t regret. 

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