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jvc96


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Posted: Sunday 31st of Dec 10:13    

Hello there, I am a high-school student and next month I will have my exams in algebra. I was never into math, but now I am worried that I will fail this course. I came across conversion of percentage to decimal + formula and a few other algebra issues that I can’t understand . These topics really made me freak out : percentages and trigonometry . paying for a tutor is not an option for me, because I don't have any money. Please help me!!
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Posted: Tuesday 02nd of Jan 11:27    

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