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Goymii1989
Registered: 02.08.2007
From: Brighton, UK

Posted: Saturday 23rd of Dec 14:06



Hey Mates I really hope some math expert reads this. I am stuck on this homework that I have to submit in the coming couple of days and I can’t seem to find a way to complete it. You see, my tutor has given us this assignment on lesson plans adding and subtracting rational expressions with unlike denominators, decimals and trinomials and I just can’t make head or tail out of it. I am thinking of paying someone to help me solve it. If someone can show me how to do it, I will highly grateful. 

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ameich
Registered: 21.03.2005
From: Prague, Czech Republic

Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 11:47



I do understand what your problem is, but if you could explain in greater detail the areas in which you are facing struggling, then I might be in a better position to help you out . Anyhow I have a suggestion for you, try Algebra Master. It can solve a wide range of questions, and it can do so within minutes. And that’s not it , it also gives a detailed stepbystep description of how it arrived at a particular solution . That way you don’t just find a solution to your problem but also get to understand how to go about solving it. I found this program to be particularly useful for solving questions on lesson plans adding and subtracting rational expressions with unlike denominators. But that’s just my experience, I’m sure it’ll be good no matter what the topic is . 

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daujk_vv7
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: I dunno, I've lost it.

Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 20:54



I received my first certificate studying online last week. I happened to be using Algebra Master as well during my entire course period. 

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DoniilT
Registered: 27.08.2002
From:

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 10:10



Algebra Master is a very user friendly software and is definitely worth a try. You will also find several interesting stuff there. I use it as reference software for my math problems and can say that it has made learning math more fun . 

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