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Dlinity
Registered: 11.12.2002
From: Hollywood, CA

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 11:54



I am in a real fix . Somebody save me please. I get a lot of problems with multiplying matrices, distance of points and linear inequalities and especially with tutorial on solving initial value problems. I want to show some rapid improvement in my math. someone told me there are several Software Tools available online which helps you in algebra. I can pay some money too for an effective and inexpensive software which helps me with my studies. Any link is greatly appreciated. Thanks. 

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kfir
Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 10:26



I think I know what you are looking for. Check out Algebrator. This is an awsome tool that helps you get your homework done faster and right. It can assist you with assignments in tutorial on solving initial value problems, fractional exponents and more. 

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Gools
Registered: 01.12.2002
From: UK

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 11:00



Algebrator is one useful tool. I don’t have much interest in math and have found it to be difficult all my life. Yet one cannot always leave math because it sometimes becomes a compulsory part of one’s course work. My younger brother is a math expert and I found this software in his laptop. It was only then I understood why he finds this subject to be so easy. 

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VonhyTuck
Registered: 20.04.2002
From: Netherlands

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 17:48



Sorry friends . But whenever I see those book and piles of classwork , I just can’t seem to retain my senses. Thanks a lot for the suggestion and I will use it for sure. Where can I get this thing? 

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TecheiMechial
Registered: 14.10.2001
From:

Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 11:11



I am a regular user of Algebrator. It not only helps me finish my assignments faster, the detailed explanations given makes understanding the concepts easier. I suggest using it to help improve problem solving skills. 

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3Di
Registered: 04.04.2005
From: 45°26' N, 09°10' E


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