solving fourth order equations determinants
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Registered: 07.11.2002
From: Scotland

Posted: Tuesday 31st of Jul 13:15    

Hi, my high school classes have just started and I am shocked at the amount of solving fourth order equations determinants homework we get. My concepts are still not clear and a big homework is due within 3 days. I am really upset and can’t think of anything. Can someone guide me?
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Registered: 25.10.2006
From: Siberia, Russian Federation

Posted: Thursday 02nd of Aug 09:37    

You haven’t given any information about the problem that is troubling you. I would like to help you with solving fourth order equations determinants as it was my favorite topic in math. I also recommend using a really good software called Algebrator. This is the best that I have encountered to help math students. But make sure you use it to learn the subject and not just to copy and submit your homework.
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Registered: 08.12.2001
From: The Netherlands

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 07:27    

Yeah, I think so too . Algebrator explains everything in such great detail that even a amateur can learn the tricks of the trade, and solve some of the most difficult mathematical problems. It elaborates on each and every intermediate step that it took to reach a certain answer with such finesse that you’ll learn a lot from it.
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Registered: 16.12.2005

Posted: Friday 03rd of Aug 09:13    

Wow, sounds great ! Can you please tell me where I can get more details? I would like to purchase a copy of this software immediately.
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Registered: 17.10.2003
From: Ontario

Posted: Saturday 04th of Aug 08:37 There you go. Hopefully you will not have to drop math.
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