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2 Network Tools: Graphing Calculator and ScanMaster 1.2

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Graphing Calculator by Desmos.com

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/graphing-calculator-by-de/bhdheahnajobgndecdbggfmcojekgdko

This fluid, intuitive graphing calculator, compatible with Chrome browsers, makes graphing complex equations a snap. It includes all the functions of the large, rectangular model many high-school students are familiar with and produces easy-to read graphs with marked intercepts. Users can use the program to plot multiple graphs on top of one another, making this a great teaching tool.

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ScanMaster 1.2

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scan.master

Would you like to have an easily accessible scanner at your disposal? ScanMaster makes this a reality, and it’s quite simple to use. The application gives users the ability to scan their documents, photos, or other items and then edit them as they see fit. This is made possible through a continuous capture mode and visitors can also transform these images into PDFs. This version is compatible with all devices running Android 2.2 and newer.

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