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    Mathsvillage.com- Maths solution to Past Question

    I'm simeon, i decided to put up a website last year www.mathsvillage.com. My aim to solve questions from different examination bodies within my country.
    Lately,i have updated the site with more solution to some past questions
    There is the list of topics have solved
    1. Logarithm
    2. Surds or Radical
    3. Matrices
    4. Trigonometry
    5. Locus and Construction
    6. Coordinate Geometry e.t.c
    There is the link to content page www.mathsvillage.com/jamb.htm
    Just i have a look at the site, and give your comments. Never mind the design ( I am not that good at web designing, i am just learning it)
    I actually used mathtype to develop site
    Thanks
    Simeon
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    Re: Mathsvillage.com- Maths solution to Past Question

    Mathsvillage is now redesigned to make the site more interactive and moved to a new site
    Visit the new site Jambmaths | MathsVillage
    Please feel free to use the new site , as more features is been added
    Thanks
    Simeon Tawose
    Last edited by simeonabiola; Aug 22nd 2012 at 05:18 AM.
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