Algebra Master

Algebra Master

Algebra Master


Algebra Master

Algebra Master
Algebra Master
Algebra Master
Algebra Master
Algebra Master
square root as exponent
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johe59


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Registered: 04.12.2001
From: Koivukylä -> Vantaa -> Finland -> Europe -> Tellus -> ->

Posted: Sunday 24th of Dec 13:30    

Hi Math Geeks , I have been trying to solve a couple of math problems based on trigonometry. They are a part of our homework in Pre Algebra and are to be submitted next week. Could you please help us in winding it. We are actually searching for a tool that can guide us in getting this done.
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Vofj Timidrov


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Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Monday 25th of Dec 09:32    

Can you please be more descriptive as to what sort of guidance you are expecting to get. Do you want to get the principles and solve your assignments on your own or do you want a instrument that would give you a step-by-step solution for your math problems?
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Xane


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Registered: 16.04.2003
From: the wastelands between insomnia and clairvoyance

Posted: Tuesday 26th of Dec 09:53    

That is so true , even I’ve been using this software since sometime now and it really helped me in solving problems my queries on square root as exponent and square root as exponent. I also used it to clear my doubts in topics such as difference of squares and hypotenuse-leg similarity. If you are short on time , then I would highly recommend this software, and well even if you have a lot of time in hand, I still would!
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fveingal


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Registered: 11.07.2001
From: Earth

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 10:20    

Algebrator is a very remarkable software and is definitely worth a try. You will find many exciting stuff there. I use it as reference software for my math problems and can say that it has made learning math much more fun .
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