simplifying root fractions
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ov9db

Registered: 22.04.2003
From: Swindon, UK

 Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 07:46 I think God must have been in a really bad mood that he came up with something called math to trouble us! I’ve spent days working on this algebra problem which relates to simplifying root fractions and I still can’t solve it. I’m particularly having problems with unlike denominators, angle complements and fractional exponents. Can anyone show me the way on how to go about finding a solution to such problems? I’ve tried various means that I could think of, but none helped. I need some urgent guidance now. Anybody?
kfir

Registered: 07.05.2006
From: egypt

 Posted: Saturday 30th of Dec 19:45 tutors are no better than attending your daily classes. If you have a doubt, you need to makes an effort to remove it. I would not suggest tutoring, but would ask you to try Algebrator. It will surely solve your problem concerning simplifying root fractions to a large extent.
Majnatto

Registered: 17.10.2003
From: Ontario

 Posted: Monday 01st of Jan 13:03 Algebrator will not only help you do your homework, but it will also provide explanations which will help you understand the concepts.
bmiah

Registered: 09.12.2002
From: Not where I'd like to be.

 Posted: Wednesday 03rd of Jan 08:39 This sounds really interesting. How can I purchase it? I think I will even recommend it to my friends if it is really as great as it sounds.
Gools

Registered: 01.12.2002
From: UK

 Posted: Friday 05th of Jan 07:25 Sure, why not! You can grab a copy of the tool from http://www.mathscitutor.com/the-pythagorean-theorem.html. You are bound to get addicted to it. Best of Luck.
Momepi

Registered: 22.07.2004
From: Ireland

 Posted: Saturday 06th of Jan 09:14 greatest common factor, converting decimals and conversion of units were a nightmare for me until I found Algebrator, which is really the best math program that I have come across. I have used it frequently through many algebra classes – Algebra 1, Algebra 1 and Pre Algebra. Just typing in the algebra problem and clicking on Solve, Algebrator generates step-by-step solution to the problem, and my algebra homework would be ready. I truly recommend the program.