AutoMe is a reliable and user-friendly windows automation software and macro recorder with task scheduler, color checker. AutoMe is very easy to use, you can record robot, and run it as many time as needed. No programing needed.
FUGR - Fungraf - Graficas de funciones matematicas - 5 tipos de graficos de funciones: Simples, a trozos, parametricas, polares y multiples - Imprime y copia la grafica al portapapeles - 15 ejemplos predefinidos - Facil y comodo - Manual de usuario
"DeskCalc" is a full featured adding machine with the functions you expect from a mechanical adding machine plus capabilities associated with a Windows environment. Includes a check-strip, excel export, correction possibilities etc.
Assam-Calcu is a 12-digit multi-purpose calculator that can store and recall thousands or even millions of your old calculations - whether ordinary or scientific. It may also be easily programmed to run hundreds of calculation-steps in one go.
Science TeacherHelper was designed with a single purpose in mind - to save you time when editing math, chemistry and physics in documents. You can easily add 765 functions, graphs and charts of physical, chemical and math into MS WORD document.
Convert multiplenumbers into different representations. Features include: Decimal To Hexadecimal, Decimal To Binary, Decimal To Octal, Hexadecimal To Decimal, Hexadecimal To Binary, Hexadecimal To Octal, Binary To Decimal, Binary To Hexadecimal
Archim is a program for drawing the graphs of all kinds of functions. You can define a graph explicitly and parametrically, in polar and spherical coordinates, on a plane and in space (surface). Archim will be useful for teachers and students.
Instant unitconverter is a powerful tool and easy-to-use. it can easily converts measurement values into other measurement units (such as: Kilometers to Miles , Kilograms to Pounds , Celsius to Fahrenheit and many other conversions )
Visualize a 3-dimensional golden-rectangular-solid that is analagous to the 2-dimensional golden-rectangle, which can be sub-divided recursively so that each left-over rectangular solid has the same proportions as the original rectangle.