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HimjNothimg
Registered: 06.10.2007
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Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 18:56



I just realized that I am running out of time in solving some issues with easy method to solve second order differential nonhomogeneous equations. I had kept it on hold hoping that I will stumble upon first rate learning material or somebody who can help out with quadratic formula, mixed numbers and percentages. May be, I did not explore hard enough. But at present I am running out of time . It is simply tough to find an excellent coach to quickly teach me. It is beyond what I can give. And I need to find a quick way out. Can someone who has had similar problems advice me as to what I can do? It will be a great help. 

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IlbendF
Registered: 11.03.2004
From: Netherlands

Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 08:49



I know how annoying it can be if you are a bit lost with easy method to solve second order differential nonhomogeneous equations. It’s a bit hard to help you out without a better idea of your needs . But if you can’t afford a tutor, then why not just use some piece of software and see how it goes . There are countless programs out there, but one you should consider would be Algebrator. It is pretty handy plus it is not expensive . 

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Sdefom Koopmansshab
Registered: 28.10.2001
From: Woudenberg, Netherlands

Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 08:16



Algebrator is a beneficial thing. I have used it a lot. I tried solving the questions myself, at least once before using the software. If I couldn’t solve the question then I used the software to give me the detailed answer . I then used to compare both the answers and correct my errors . 

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omiguna
Registered: 31.10.2003
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Posted: Thursday 04th of Jan 09:06



Wow. I did not realize that there could be a answer for me. May be I should try this out . I am already comforted to know that the solution to my troubles is at hand. I am raring to try this out. Can you let me know where I can acquire this program? 

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3Di
Registered: 04.04.2005
From: 45°26' N, 09°10' E


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