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jondtust
Registered: 09.03.2004
From: UK

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 08:08



Can someone help me with my assignment queries? They are based on cubed equations. I have read a few articles on proportions and multiplying matrices but that didn’t really help me in solving the questions on my assignment. I couldn’t sleep last night since I have to turn in pretty soon. But the problem is no matter how much time I invest, I just don’t seem to be getting the hang of it. Every question poses a new challenge, one which seems to be tougher than conquering Mt.Everest! I need some help as soon as possible. Somebody please guide me. 

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AllejHat
Registered: 16.07.2003
From: Odense, Denmark

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 19:34



Haha! absences are bothersome especially when you missed an important topic like cubed equations that is really quite complex . Have you tried using Algebrator before? As of now, this is what I can advice you to do: try that program and you’ll have no trouble understanding cubed equations. It’s very useful to use because it does not only answer math problems but it does explains by showing a detailed solution. Believe it or not, it made my quiz grades improve significantly because of this program. I want to share this because I’m elated with the program’s brilliance. 

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fveingal
Registered: 11.07.2001
From: Earth

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 19:07



I might be able to help if you can send more details regarding your problems. Alternatively you may also check out Algebrator which is a great piece of software that helps to solve math problems. It explains everything thoroughly and makes the topics seem very simple . I must say that it is indeed worth every single penny. 

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jfss1966
Registered: 03.05.2005
From:

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 21:42



Ok, after hearing so much about Algebrator, I think it definitely is worth a try. How do I get hold of it? Thanks! 

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SjberAliem
Registered: 06.03.2002
From: Macintosh HD

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 19:15



Check out at the lessons available at https://polymathlove.com/linearequations1.html. You have ample information on Intermediate algebra, particularly on function composition, linear algebra and monomials. Good luck! 

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