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Ielke


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Registered: 20.12.2001
From: NL, Bussum

Posted: Tuesday 26th of Dec 16:58    

I'm getting really tired in my math class. It's convert a mixed number into a decimal, but we're covering higher grade syllabus . The concepts are really complex and that’s why I usually sleep in the class. I like the subject and don’t want to drop it, but I have a big problem understanding it. Can someone help me?
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Jahm Xjardx


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Registered: 07.08.2005
From: Odense, Denmark, EU

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 19:05    

Being a professor , this is a comment I usually hear from children . convert a mixed number into a decimal is not one of the most popular topics amongst students . I never encourage my students to get pre made solutions from the internet , however I do advise them to use Algebrator. I have developed a liking for this software over the years . It helps the children learn math in a convenient way.
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Mibxrus


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Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 07:41    

I have tried out many software. I would without any doubt say that Algebrator has helped me to come to grips with my difficulties on function domain, binomial formula and factoring. All I did was to simply key in the problem. The answer appeared almost at once showing all the steps to the result. It was quite straightforward to follow. I have relied on this for my algebra classes to figure out College Algebra and Algebra 2. I would highly advice you to try out Algebrator.
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Trajs


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Registered: 20.05.2007
From: G'boro, North Carolina

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 21:34    

Hello Friends, Thank you very much for all your assistance . I shall definitely give Algebrator at https://algebra-calculator.com/scientific-notation.html a try and would keep you updated with my experience. The only thing I am very specific about is the fact that the program should give enough assistance on Algebra 2 which in turn would enable me to complete my assignment before the deadline .
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Mibxrus


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Registered: 19.10.2002
From: Vancouver, Canada

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 20:09    

Sure, why not! You can grab a copy of the program from https://algebra-calculator.com/solving-systems-of-linear-inequalities.html. You are bound to get addicted to it. Best of Luck.
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