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Stalbush
Registered: 01.08.2003
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Posted: Thursday 28th of Dec 08:16



I have a couple of problems based on curves equation graph parabola I have tried a lot to solve them myself but in vain. Our professor has asked us to figure them out ourselves and then explain them to the whole class. I reckon that I will be chosen to do so. Please guide me! 

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espinxh
Registered: 17.03.2002
From: Norway

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 09:19



You don’t need to ask anyone to solve any sample questions for you; as a matter of fact all you need is Algebrator. I’ve tried quite a few such math simulation software but Algebrator is way better than most of them. It’ll solve all the questions that you have and it’ll even explain each and every step involved in reaching that solution . You can work out as many examples as you want to , and unlike us human beings, it would never say, Oh! I’ve had enough for the day! ;) I used to have some problems in solving questions on absolute values and sum of cubes, but this software really helped me get over those. 

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Gools
Registered: 01.12.2002
From: UK

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 11:38



I have used many programs to come to grip with my difficulties with hyperbolas, subtracting exponents and radical inequalities. Of them, my experience with Algebrator has been the best . All I needed to do was to just key in the problem. Punch the solve button . The response appeared almost straight away with an easy to comprehend steps showing how to reach the answer. It was just too effortless . Since then I have depended on this Algebrator for my difficulties with Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Basic Math. I would highly urge you to try out Algebrator. 

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nims
Registered: 13.08.2006
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Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 08:50



Hello again. Thanks a ton for the beneficial advice. I normally never trust math tools ; however, this piece of software seems worth trying. Can I get a URL to it? 

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Matdhejs
Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands


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