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olan4444
Registered: 03.08.2002
From:

Posted: Wednesday 01st of Aug 09:52



Hi All, I am in need of assistance on syntehtic division, angle complements, system of equations and cramer’s rule. Since I am a novice to College Algebra, I really want to learn the basics of College Algebra completely. Can anyone recommend the best resource with which I can begin learning the fundamental principles ? I have a class test next week. 

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IlbendF
Registered: 11.03.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 08:38



I have a way out for you and it might just prove to be a better one than buying a new textbook. Try Algebrator, it covers a rather elaborate list of mathematical topics and is highly recommended. It’ll help you solve various types of questions and it’ll also address all your enquiries as to how it came up with a particular answer. I tried it when I was having difficulty solving questions based on real life formulas and I really enjoyed using it. 

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fveingal
Registered: 11.07.2001
From: Earth

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 10:25



Hi there! I tried Algebrator last year when I was having problems with my college math. This program made solving equations so easy. Since then, I always keep a copy of it on my laptop. 

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NimedFarums
Registered: 03.09.2002
From: UK

Posted: Saturday 04th of Aug 07:01



This sounds too good to be true. How can I get it? I think I will recommend it to my friends if it is really as great as it sounds. 

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Voumdaim of Obpnis
Registered: 11.06.2004
From: SF Bay Area, CA, USA

Posted: Saturday 04th of Aug 09:26



Finding the program is as troublefree , as child’s play. You can click here : http://www.mathenomicon.net/intermediatealgebra1.html for further details and access the program. I am sure you will be satisfied with it just as I was. Furthermore , it offers you a money back assurance if you aren’t happy . 

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