Dec 102017
 
GEOMETRY AID: Geometry tutorial program.

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THE GEOMETRY AIDE v1.0
A graphical geometry plotting system designed
to aide a teacher or tutor in instructing
novice to intermediate geometry students.
412KB memory, a VGA display and DOS 3.3+
is required; best performance is achieved on
a 286 or higher machine.
$20 Shareware.



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THE GEOMETRY AIDE v1.0
A graphical geometry plotting system designed
to aide a teacher or tutor in instructing
novice to intermediate geometry students.
412KB memory, a VGA display and DOS 3.3+
is required; best performance is achieved on
a 286 or higher machine.
$20 Shareware.

The Geometry Aide
Version 1.0
'The Geometry Aide' version 1.0 is a graphical mathematical geometry plotting
system. It is not designed to be a tutorial, but rather an aide to a teacher
or tutor in instructing novice to intermediate geometry students. Used alone
by a student it should only be expected to provide a visual correlation
between the equations (or physical parameters) of an object and its plotted
equivalent. 'The Geometry Aide' is designed to enhance a student's
understanding of the more abstract principles of mathematics. 'The
Geometry Aide' comes with default objects to graph which the student can
modify by altering its physical characteristics through the use of parameter
windows. 'The Geometry Aide' removes the fear of mistakes from the student
by identifying all illegal values entered into an equation or field. 'The
Geometry Aide' also allows the student to plot and create "custom" images
through the use of its two and three dimensional plotters.

'The Geometry Aide' is a shareware program. You are encouraged to make
copies of this program and pass them on to friends or post it on bulletin
boards or distribute it via disk catalog services provided the entire
'The Geometry Aide' distribution is included in its original state.
Users are granted a 14 day trial use. Should you find 'The Geometry Aide'
useful, educational or entertaining and wish to use it beyond the 14 day
trial period a registration fee should be sent to the author by completing
the registration form in "INVOICE.TXT". The registration fee is $20 and
is used to cover the cost of development and support. As a registered user
you will receive six months of technical support (By mail, Compuserve
Information Service or if you desire to initiate, by telephone) and a license
key affirming your registration.

'The Geometry Aide' requires 412KB of memory and a VGA display. It will
run on any IBM PC compatible with DOS 3.3+ but it is recommended to use
a 286 or better machine.

'The Geometry Aide' is comprised of the following files:

GEOMETRY.EXE -> The executable program.
INVOICE.TXT -> Registration/technical support form.
README.TXT -> Contains program description and requirements.
VENDOR.TXT -> Contains basic agreement for distribution.
HELP.TXT -> Contains instructions for running 'The Geometry Aide'.
FILE_ID.DIZ -> Contains program description for BBSs.
ASP.TXT -> Provides information for contacting the ASP Ombudsman.

To install 'The Geometry Aide', copy the files into the directory of your
choice. Type GEOMETRY to begin program execution. Be sure and read
the HELP.TXT file for more information concerning the smooth running
of 'The Geometry Aide'.

DISCLAIMER - AGREEMENT
Users of 'The Geometry Aide' must accept this disclaimer of warranty:
" 'The Geometry Aide' is supplied as is. The author disclaims all
warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation,
the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose.
The author assumes no liability for damages, direct or conse-
quential, which may result from the use of 'The Geometry Aide'."



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