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ctadm
Registered: 21.07.2005
From:

Posted: Wednesday 27th of Dec 11:10



Hey dudes, I have just completed one week of my college, and am getting a bit upset about my adding or subtracting measurements written in scientific notation home work. I just don’t seem to understand the topics. How can one expect me to do my homework then? Please guide me. 

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Vofj Timidrov
Registered: 06.07.2001
From: Bulgaria

Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 11:21



Haha! absences are bothersome especially when you failed to learn an important topic like adding or subtracting measurements written in scientific notation that is really quite complex . Have you tried using Algebrator before? As of now, this is what I can suggest you to do: try that program and you’ll have no trouble learning adding or subtracting measurements written in scientific notation. It’s very useful to use because it does not only solve math problems but it does explains by giving a detailed solution. Believe it or not, it made my test grades improve significantly because of this program. I just want to share this because I’m elated with the software’s brilliance. 

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TecheiMechial
Registered: 14.10.2001
From:

Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 16:39



Algebrator is very useful, but please never use it for copy pasting solutions. Use it as a guide to understand and clear your concepts only. 

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darahxshom
Registered: 30.04.2004
From:

Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 16:02



I'm so glad I got these answers so fast, I can't wait to check out Algebrator. Can you tell me one more thing, where could I find this software ? I'm not so good at looking for things like this, so it would be good if you could give me a URL. Thanks a lot! 

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Svizes
Registered: 10.03.2003
From: Slovenia

Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 08:57



Algebrator is a very user friendly software and is surely 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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molbheus2matlih
Registered: 10.04.2002
From: France

Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 08:53



Visit https://sofsource.com/mathematicalterms1.html and you can get all the details about this tool. I would advice you to try it at least once. All it takes is few minutes to get familiar to the program . 

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