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Author:Rick Parris
Description: Abstracts and links for downloading free mathematics software: Wingeom (high-precision geometric constructions); Winplot (general-purpose plotting utility); Winstats (scatter plots, curve fitting, histograms, statistical data, and standard theoretical probability distributions); Winfeed (fractal exploration program); Winlab (conic sections, star polygons, three-body simulator, a root-finding utility for elementary functions, a 2-dim mapping visualization, roulettes, random functional graphs for students to identify, and an exploration window for Penrose tilings); Windisc (discrete-math topics such as apportionment, voting power, voting methods, and network analysis); Winmat (matrices and linear algebra problems); Wincalc (high-precision integer calculator, for numbers with thousands of digits); Winarc (collection of game subprograms); old DOS versions of many of the above; Winplot in Spanish; and some documents: Wingeom help, Geom Labs for Wingeom in TeX with PiCTeX diagrams, and Calculator Algorithms.

Levels: High School (9-12), College
Languages: English, Spanish
Resource Types: Calculators, Games, Articles, Topic Tools Miscellaneous
Math Topics: Matrices, Discrete Math, Fractals, Higher-Dimensional Geometry, Conic Sections and Circles, Constructions, Symmetry/Tessellations, Graphing of Data, Statistics

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