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CsionSrow
Registered: 13.02.2004
From: Somewhere... Dark..

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:07



I have a difficulty with my math that needs urgent solution. The problem is with differential equations second order nonhomogeneous. I have been on the look out for someone who can teach me at once as my exam is coming near . But it's tough to find someone quick enough besides it being expensive . Can anybody guide me ? It will be a huge help. 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 11:38



This is a common problem; don’t let it get to you. You will get at ease with differential equations second order nonhomogeneous in a couple of days . Till then you can use Algebrator to help you with your assignments. 

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Outafnymintjo
Registered: 22.07.2002
From: Japan...SUSHI TIME!

Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 10:57



When I was in school , I faced similar problems with powers, absolute values and parallel lines. But this superb Algebrator helped me through all my Pre Algebra, Remedial Algebra, and Basic Math. I simply typed in a problem , and step by step solution to my algebra homework would appear on the screen by simply clicking on Solve. I truly recommend the Algebrator. 

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CtevamN
Registered: 23.07.2003
From:

Posted: Saturday 06th of Jan 07:58



Hi all , Thank you very much for all your answers. I shall surely give Algebrator at http://www.solvevariable.com/solvinglinearequationspartii.html a try and would keep you updated with my experience. The only thing I am very specific about is the fact that the software should give enough help on Algebra 1 which in turn would help me to complete my assignment before the deadline . 

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Svizes
Registered: 10.03.2003
From: Slovenia

Posted: Saturday 06th of Jan 19:01



Algebrator is a very user friendly product and is surely worth a try. You will also find lot of interesting stuff there. I use it as reference software for my math problems and can swear that it has made learning math more enjoyable. 

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Matdhejs
Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands


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