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MalcM


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Registered: 20.03.2005
From: From the Netherlands

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 07:14    

Hi, my high school classes have just begun and I am shocked at the amount of rational radicals homework we get. My concepts are still not clear and a big homework is due within few days. I am really upset and can’t think of anything. Can someone guide me?
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ameich


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Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 16:20    

Oh boy! You seem to be one of the top students in your class. Well, use Algebrator to solve those questions. The software will give you a detailed step by step solution. You can read the explanation and understand the problems. Hopefully your rational radicals class will be the best one.
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Bet


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Registered: 13.10.2001
From: kµlt øƒ Ø™

Posted: Saturday 04th of Aug 10:34    

Hi , Algebrator is one superb thing! I started using it when I was in my high school. It’s been years since then, but I still use it frequently . Mark my word for it, it will really help you.
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vavala124


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Registered: 01.12.2002
From: Raleigh, North Carolina

Posted: Sunday 05th of Aug 10:36    

This is most fascinating . Can you suggest from where can I procure the software ?
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caxee


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Registered: 05.12.2002
From: Boston, MA, US

Posted: Monday 06th of Aug 20:04    

This one is actually quite different. I am recommending it only after trying it myself. You can find the details about the software at http://www.emaths.net/functions.html.
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