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Any Good Mathematics Freeware?

  1. May 16, 2006 #1
    I know there are programs like Octave and Scil-ab, but Octave needs Linux/Cygwin and the last version of Sci-lab I installed had super-slow graphics. Are there any smaller and more simple programs out there? All I'm really looking for is the functionality of a Texas Instruments graphing calculator.

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    I was going to recommend this but you need to own a calculator to legally be able to use a ROM.

    If you're just going to download a ROM or upload a friend's then you might as well pirate Mathematica or some other software that's not free so it becomes "freeware".
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