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D Mitchell

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diagrams for the math handouts
Posted: Sep 9, 1998 8:24 PM
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Dear Group,

I take pride in the neatness and accuracy of my tests and handouts. I am
hoping someone can recommend a drawing program which will allow a me to
draw most any required mathematical diagram with a minimum amount of
input from the me. The program should provide specialized tools for
drawing angles, graphs, normal distribution curves, Venn diagrams and
right triangles and also comes supplied with a gallery of pre drawn
diagrams.

Some of the above is a paraphrased description of a product I had
purchased a couple of years ago called FX Draw. It is ok but still too
many things I wanted to do were difficult or impossible to accomplish
with this program. Sometimes I will use a program called SmartDraw. But
still I wish there was one program which could do it all. What do you
use for your math diagrams?

regards,

Doug Mitchell





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