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Calnicta


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Registered: 12.01.2003
From: UK

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 17:35    

I am searching for someone who can assist me with my math. I have a very important project coming up and need some help in dividing radicals when denominator is bigger and fractional exponents. I need help mainly with topics covered in College Algebra class and look for help to understand everything that I need to know so I can improve my grades.
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Vofj Timidrov


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Registered: 06.07.2001
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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 07:17    

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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 19:16    

I’ve been using this program since quite some time now, and it has never let me down. It won’t just solve a problem for you, but it’ll also explain every step that was taken to arrive at a specific solution . And that’s the best feature in my opinion. I used to face a lot of problems tackling questions based on dividing radicals when denominator is bigger but ever since I started using software, math has been really easy for me.
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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 08:14    

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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 10:17    

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