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Old 2004-05-03, 14:21   #1
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Does anyone know where I can find one (and it should be able to handle fractions containing variables, and preferably expressions containing radicals too)?

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Old 2004-05-05, 01:14   #2
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Unfortunately, I don't know of any such applets. :(

However, the TI-89 can expand them very well using the expand() function. :)
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Old 2004-05-05, 08:33   #3
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Originally Posted by ixfd64
Unfortunately, I don't know of any such applets. :(

However, the TI-89 can expand them very well using the expand() function. :)
But I would want one that doesn't require spending money.

Thanks anyway though
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