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Registered: 25.09.2006

Posted: Thursday 02nd of Aug 13:58    

Hello Math experts ! I am a beginner at how to solve first order partial differential equations. I seem to understand the lectures in the class properly , but when I start to solve the questions at home myself, I commit errors . Does anyone know of any resource where I can get my solutions checked before submitting them for grading? Or any resource where I can get to see a step by step solution?
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Jahm Xjardx


Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Thursday 02nd of Aug 20:29    

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Flash Fnavfy Liom


Registered: 15.12.2001

Posted: Saturday 04th of Aug 15:12    

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Registered: 18.04.2004
From: In the stars... where you left me, and where I will wait for you... always...

Posted: Sunday 05th of Aug 08:32    

I suggest using Algebrator. It not only assists you with your math problems, but also provides all the necessary steps in detail so that you can enhance the understanding of the subject.
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