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Gonir
Registered: 05.04.2002
From: UK

Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 11:10



Hello friends, I lost my math textbook yesterday. It’s out of stock and so I can’t get 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 high rates to come over. Now the thing is that I have my assessment next week and I am not able to study since I lost my textbook. I couldn’t read the chapters on lineal metres and lineal metres. A few more topics such as least common denominator, linear equations, angle complements and yintercept are still not so clear to me. I need some help guys!


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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 09:11



How about some more information about your trouble with lineal metres? I might be able to give some information on. If you are not able to get a good guidance or some one to sit and sort out your problem or if the cost is too high, then there might be another solution to your problem. There are some good math software that you can try. I tested them out myself. It came across to me as brilliant as any tutor can be. I would select Algebra Professor for the kind of elucidation that you are looking for. What is pretty about it is that it tutors you to the solutions rather than plainly giving the answer. Why not try it out?


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Dxi_Sysdech
Registered: 05.07.2001
From: Right here, can't you see me?

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 21:48



I can vouch for that. Algebra Professor is the numero Uno piece of software for working out math homework. Been using it for a while now and it keeps on amazing me. Every problem that I type in, Algebra Professor gives me a correct answer to it. I have never enjoyed doing algebra homework on graphing lines, hyperbolas and factoring expressions so much before. I would advise it for sure.


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DMaldem
Registered: 14.08.2001
From:

Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 12:34



YEY Dudes. Only one more thing. Where can I get the great software?


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TihBoasten
Registered: 14.10.2002
From:

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 10:05



You can download this software from http://www.algebranet.com/reviewsusercomments.html. There are some demos available to see if it is really what you are looking for and if you find it good, you can get a licensed version for a small amount.


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