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You are such a cool dude…thanks for all your help and visuals. You rock!

God Bless!

thank you ms. mariana.

Free Math Software

→ r-project.org

Really useful list of resources,

winmat was a great help checking some work I’d done – I always make mistakes with matrix multiplication

I have created a graph plotter in html5 so it can be used in the browser without any downloads or plugins (provided your browser supports the canvas element) which can be found at http://trevorpythag.co.uk/graph-plotter/ if your interested

Thanks. I have used Winmat, it’s a great software.

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Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 was released for free earlier this month – well worth a look.

http://mrj.cc/146g3

yes, actually, i have used that before. I’ll create a post about it.

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