
Author 
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Elicsar
Registered: 30.12.2001
From: Slovenia

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 09:54



Hello friends, I misplaced my math textbook yesterday. It’s out of stock and so I can’t find it in any of the stores near my place. I have an option of hiring a private tutor but then I live in a very remote area so any tutor would charge a very high hourly rate to come over. Now the thing is that I have my assessment next week and I can’t study since I misplaced my textbook. I couldn’t read the chapters on algebraic equations worksheet and algebraic equations worksheet. A few more topics such as monomials, sidesideside similarity, converting decimals and scientific notation are still not so clear to me. I need some help guys! 

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nxu
Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 14:09



You really shouldn’t have spent money on a private tutor . Had you posted this message before hiring a tutor , you could have saved yourself loads of money! Anyway, now you can’t change it. Now to make sure that you do well in your exams I would suggest trying Algebrator. It’s a userfriendly software. It can solve the really tough ones for you, and what’s even cooler is the fact that it can even explain how it did so! There used to be a time when even I was having difficulty understanding geometry, binomial formula and decimals. But thanks to Algebrator, it’s all good now . 

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Dnexiam
Registered: 25.01.2003
From: City 17

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 11:49



I agree. Algebrator not only gets your assignment done faster, it actually improves your understanding of the subject by providing useful tips on how to solve similar problems . It is a very popular software among students so you should try it out. 

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hosnughal
Registered: 10.03.2004
From:

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 19:47



You guys have really caught my attention with what you just said. Can someone please provide a link where I can purchase this program? And what are the various payment options available? 

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Dolknankey
Registered: 24.10.2003
From: Where the trout streams flow and the air is nice

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 10:32



Have a look at the lessons available at https://polymathlove.com/linearequations2.html. You have ample information on Algebra 1, particularly on difference of cubes, logarithms and monomials. All the best ! 

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