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         MATH TOOLS NEWSLETTER - MARCH 3, 2007 - No. 49

   Are you planning to travel soon?

   Visit us in Atlanta, Georgia, at the National Council of
   Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) 39th Annual Conference,
   March 19-21, 2007. The Math Forum will be at Table No. 12 in
   the Display Area, and we'll also be presenting these sessions:

   Visit us in Atlanta, Georgia, at the National Council of
   Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) 85th Annual Meeting,
   March 22-24, 2007. Stop by Booth 1319 in the Exhibit Hall,
   and attend our sessions:

   And before the NCSM and NCTM gatherings, come see us in
   Chicago, Illinois, March 9-11, 2007, at the T^3 International

   Steve Risberg and Suzanne Alejandre will staff Booth 14 in
   the Exhibit Hall:

     - 10:00 to 6:00, Friday, March 9, 2007
     - 9:00 to 5:00, Saturday, March 10, 2007

   We are looking forward to talking with you about the Math
   Forum, in general, and in particular about

     - Math Tools
     - Technology Problems of the Week (tPoWs)
     - Dr. Math Books

   Want to talk about tPoWs inspired by TI, but know you won't
   be at the conference? Send Suzanne a note so that she can
   contact you!

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   We have recently added thirteen new Technology Types to Math
   Tools to make it easier to find resources for specific models
   of Texas Instruments calculators. Click the Browse pull-down
   window at the top of any Math Tools page to access resources
   geared especially for:

     - TI-108
     - TI-10
     - TI-15
     - TI-30XIIS
     - TI-34II
     - TI-73 Explorer
     - TI-82
     - TI-83/TI-84
     - TI-86
     - TI-89
     - Voyage 200/TI-92
     - TI-Navigator
     - Cabri Jr.

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   FooPlot - Online graphing calculator and plotter
   Dheera Venkatraman
   This tool lets you plot functions, polar plots, and 3D with
   just a suitable web browser (within the IE, FireFox, or Opera
   web browsers), and find the roots and intersections of graphs.
   Many more advanced features are planned.

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                The Math Forum @ Drexel -- 3 March 2007