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website for generating graph paper
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Posted 11/10/2006 11:22 AM (#1296)
Subject: website for generating graph paper
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A neat website for generating graph paper, should anyone need such a thing:

http://incompetech.com/beta/plainGraphPaper/

This was sent out on a math listserve from Keith Durham as a fyi. Anyone ever used??

I enjoyed the "engineer's paper" myself. I know that Jason Reed, Kristen Eichhorn and Connie Waespe (among others) use for the very listed reasons; right guys?!

Posted 11/27/2006 10:32 AM (#1343 - in reply to #1296)
Subject: RE: website for generating graph paper
Good web site.....we needed it the other day when we were working on the Elementary MSTests (and I just 'figured' out how to copy from a PDF file)....each elementary school also needs access to Geometers Sketchpad and TI Interactive......can that happen?
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