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Hi all -

This message is about a piece of math software that I've heard about through
a contact. Perhaps its of interest to some folks in your school. It's
produced by a person names Bruce Chalmer.

I would appreciate any feedback if you try this out.

Thanks -

Bill Romond

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>At 03:38 PM 9/6/99 -0400, you wrote:
>>Hi everyone--
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>>As many of you know, one of my other careers besides teaching for HAI is
>>developing software.  We've just reached the beta test stage on our newest
>>product, called Gus and Gertie's Graphin' Gadget (yes, I know it's a
cutesy
>>name...).  It's essentially a graphing calculator (a la TI-82, for
>example),
>>except with much better graphics.  You can enter algebraic expressions to
>be
>>graphed in any of three types of axes (cartesian, parametric, and polar),
>as
>>well as expressions to be evaluated as constants.
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>>Now we're looking for beta testers.  If you're interested in helping us
out
>>in this way, you can download the software (for free, of course) at:
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>>http://www.somewareinvt.com/ggbetadl.htm
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>>All comments and suggestions are appreciated!
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>>--Bruce
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