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2NotyDi
Registered: 15.03.2002
From: MD, USA

Posted: Sunday 19th of Aug 10:32



It’s really hard for me to understand this alone so I think I need somebody to lend me a hand . I need help on the subject of what is the scale in math. It’s giving me problems every time I attempt to understand it because I can’t seem to figure out how to solve it. I read some reading materials about it but it’s really puzzling. Can I ask assistance from someone of you guys here? I really require someone who can discuss how to answer some questions concerning what is the scale in math. 

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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Tuesday 21st of Aug 09:00



Being a teacher , this is a comment I usually hear from students. what is the scale in math is not one of the most favorite topics amongst kids. I never encourage my students to get pre made solutions from the web, however I do encourage them to use Algebrator. I have developed a liking for this software over time. It helps the students learn math in an easy to understand way. 

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Majnatto
Registered: 17.10.2003
From: Ontario

Posted: Wednesday 22nd of Aug 08:42



Some professors really don’t know how to explain that well. Luckily, there are softwares like Algebrator that makes a great substitute teacher for algebra subjects. It might even be better than a real teacher because it’s more accurate and quicker! 

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rishij
Registered: 18.02.2002
From: now@Cyberspace

Posted: Wednesday 22nd of Aug 15:38



Thanks for the detailed instructions, this sounds great . I wished for something just like Algebrator, because I don't want a software which only solves the exercise and gives the final result, I want something that can actually show me how the exercise has to be solved. That way I can understand it and next time solve it on my own, not just copy the results. Where can I find the program ? 

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DoniilT
Registered: 27.08.2002
From:

Posted: Friday 24th of Aug 08:42



https://mathpoint.net/negativeexponents.html is the site which I think will give you details . I think they have unrestricted money back guarantee, so you do not have the chance of loosing anything. Good luck! 

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