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    Newbie Artriste's Avatar
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    Math wiz 2.3

    A friend gave me this program a long time ago.

    It is very useful for remebering theorems and postulates and also has good solvers.

    I'll attach some screen shots as well.

    Filename: mathwiz.zip
    Title: Mathwiz v2.3
    Description: Every postulate and theorem in the accelerated geometry textbook plus five math-solvers.
    Author: Matthew Rose
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    Looks like a nice way to cheat on geometry tests
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artriste View Post
    A friend gave me this program a long time ago.

    It is very useful for remebering theorems and postulates and also has good solvers.

    I'll attach some screen shots as well.

    Filename: mathwiz.zip
    Title: Mathwiz v2.3
    Description: Every postulate and theorem in the accelerated geometry textbook plus five math-solvers.
    Author: Matthew Rose

    how about the instruction to install into your calculator....?
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    Just drag and drop the zip file onto TI Device Explorer. TI Connect will do the rest.
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