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Topic: Developmental Software Programs
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Re: Developmental Software Programs
Posted: Feb 3, 2002 5:25 PM
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Check out Mathematica.
The teacher's edition is only $200 (full power - you just need a credential
to buy it), student editions are less. There are a number of high schools
using it and a multitude of websites have free notebooks for teaching
various courses. I use MATLAB myself as I do a lot of DSP stuff but if I
were teaching math for math's sake, I'd use Mathematica.

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