MathWriter is a java stand-alone program that allows for the production of, Mathematical, Scientific and Engineering equations and formulae.Schoolteachers and Lecturers will find MathWriter useful for producing notes, reports and test papers.
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Description: MathWriter is a stand-alone program that allows for the production of, Mathematical, Scientific and Engineering equations and formulae.Schoolteachers and Lecturers will find MathWriter useful for producing notes, reports and test papers. The program is designed so that an expression may be written on the screen and then translated into a bitmap image of required size. This image may then be subsequently imported to a Microsoft Word document as a "picture" or incorporated into a Web Page as an Image.
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Travel writer Bryson wins science prize The £10,000 Aventis science book prize last night went to Bill Bryson, a travel writer with almost no background in science. The American-born journalist-author of bestsellers such as Notes From A Small Island won the prestige-laden award for A Short ...
Science book prize won by travel writer A book by travel writer Bill Bryson, which explains the origins of everything scooped the Aventis Science Book Prize on Monday night. A Short History of Nearly Everything, was awarded the prize by Lord Robert May, President of the Royal Society and Dirk .