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P-Worm
Feb 5, 2003, 04:26 PM
Praeter software has mad a couple of apps to help out physics students. I just glanced over these and they are very helpful. Physics 101 is a conglomeration of all of the applications and is worth any physics student's time to download.

you can get it here (http://praetersoftware.mine.nu/).

P-Worm

Billicus
Feb 5, 2003, 04:38 PM
Originally posted by P-Worm
Praeter software has mad a couple of apps to help out physics students. I just glanced over these and they are very helpful. Physics 101 is a conglomeration of all of the applications and is worth any physics student's time to download.

you can get it here (http://praetersoftware.mine.nu/).

P-Worm

It was featured on the 'Power of X Presentation' from MWSF.

shadowfax
Feb 5, 2003, 11:31 PM
as they mention at the main site.


i just heard about this thing tonight from versiontracker or something. it knocked my sockies off, i can't wait to show my windows-using phys teacher how cool my TiBook is now!

jefhatfield
Feb 15, 2003, 06:35 AM
i have to go back to the undergraduate realm to pick up some needed knowledge in physics 101 and calculus 101 and i hope this program can help me

does it work on pc, too?

MattJacques
Apr 5, 2003, 10:10 PM
Thanks guys :)

I'm glad you enjoy using my programs, just take note that the website moved to http://www.praetersoftware.com

Matt