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    binomials and trinomials

    Hi All;
    Does anyone know where I can get help with more advanced binomials and trinomials ie reading up on them on the internet.
    Oh and polynomials.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonye View Post
    Hi All;
    Does anyone know where I can get help with more advanced binomials and trinomials ie reading up on them on the internet.
    Oh and polynomials.


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    Since none of us knows anything about you, none of us knows what 'advanced' means for you.

    Using a search engine like Google would be a good start. Asking your instructor might also be a start.
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    Ok good point but any good binomials and trinomial sites will do.

    I do maths as a hobby.
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    If you do maths as a hobby, maybe you should stay here in Math Help Forums and help other people with their maths problems... it's more enjoyable than reading websites and you learn a few things along the way.

    The best place for me would be tutorial websites, or university websites. Try doing searches in google with those words in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonye View Post
    Ok good point but any good binomials and trinomial sites will do.

    I do maths as a hobby.
    I'm not aware of any websites that exclusively cover binomials and trinomials. Why are you so interested in these?
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    Just interested.
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