I have problems with definition of subtraction of integers. I tried a lot to find someone who can help me out with this. I also looked out for a tutor to tutor me and explain my problems on radical expressions, conversion of units and inverse matrices. Though I found a few who could may be solve my problem, I recognized that I cannot find the money for them. I do not have much time too. My exam is coming up before long . I am desperate . Can someone help me out of this situation? I would really welcome any help or any guidance .
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