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dsc
Registered: 13.02.2005
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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 18:52



I'm just thinking if anyone can give me a few pointers here so that I can understand the basics of how to use solver for solving simultaneous equations. I find solving problems really difficult. I work part time and thus have no time left to take extra tutoring . Can you guys suggest any online tool that can assist me with this subject? 

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Jahm Xjardx
Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 13:06



You haven’t given any information about the problem that is troubling you. I would like to help you with how to use solver for solving simultaneous equations as it was my favorite topic in math. I also recommend using a really good product called Algebrator. This is the best that I have encountered to help math students. But make sure you use it to learn the subject and not just to copy and submit your homework. 

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cufBlui
Registered: 26.07.2001
From: Scotland

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 16:08



Even I got help from Algebrator to get to know the concepts of Remedial Algebra a year back. It is worth investing in the purchase of Algebrator since it offers powerful coaching in Basic Math and is available at a nominal rate. 

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Voumdaim of Obpnis
Registered: 11.06.2004
From: SF Bay Area, CA, USA

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 12:15



I remember having often faced problems with radical inequalities, perpendicular lines and function composition. A really great piece of math program is Algebrator software. By simply typing in a problem from workbook a step by step solution would appear by a click on Solve. I have used it through many math classes – Pre Algebra, Algebra 1 and Intermediate algebra. I greatly recommend the program. 

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DamDheDekMon
Registered: 27.01.2005
From: North Carolina

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 10:12



Recommended by teachers! I must say this program sounds really interesting. Can I use it once? 

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Troigonis
Registered: 22.04.2002
From: Kvlt of Ø


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