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Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 88.244.61.189] on September 08, 2008 03:51 PM
.And if interested in Maxima, texmacs looks like a great way to go. Allows input and viewing in greek, proper subscripts, etc., all very LaTeX compatable and giving (fairly clean, but imperfect) LaTeX and pdf export. I have just started learning both maxima and texmacs myself, but it seems like a very nice combo. (I will keep LateX for proper reports and articles, but texmacs allows me to "play" with equations and access maxima in a visually appealing way).You can rate each game here Free games http://www.iplayfreegames.net . We hope to get top games only and hope that you will also give us some good games as you can submit a game of your choice and a game that you like, we hope to provide you with non-stop excitement and hope that when you are bored you will come to iplayfreegames.net

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