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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Multiplying fractions

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From: mary <credomary@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007121103:51:08
Subject: Re: multiplying fractions

On 2006092916:20:45, OP wrote:
>If you not able to access the DotMath web site it is because you have
>a problem with your computer system.  Many  people have been to the
>site with out any problems with their computer or the web site.  I
>researched why you are not able to access the DotMath for kids web
>site.  This is what I found.
>
>     They said if you are unable to access the site:
>
>It is possible that your trouble  is related
>to your internet security/anti-virus software, and/or your firewall.
>
>Please verify that the settings for your software applications are
> set to allow cookies from our web site, as well as not restricting 
>access to those same web sites.
>
>If you are unsure how to use that particular software application,
>we would suggest that you contact the manufacturer/provider of
>that software, as they are more familiar with it, and would be
>able to assist you better than we could.
>
>This is what I though was the problem and why you are not able
>to access the site.   The only way to know for sure is to have 
>some one check out your system. I hope you are able to access the
>DotMath for kids web site soon.  Just click on the following link and
>it 
>should take you there.
>
>http://dotmath.tripod.com/

>
>Owen.
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