Here's something for the math lovers out there who also happen to have a PSP.A French PSP developer GeeckoDev has released a cool app called gPlot++ for your PSP.A It's a funtion plotter that can display multiple funtions and gives you the ability to move them using zoom and pan.A You also have access to several predesigned trigonometric functions.A This is a cool tool that you can use instead of your graphing calculator.
Algebra/Calculus Assistant Andyauff has released a new version of his Algebra/Calculus Assistant application, bumping it up to version 0
Academic Aid The homebrew application Academic Aid from Mr305 is one of the more useful programs that we've seen in recent times
AutoGrapher Having trouble with your Algebra or Geometry subjects at school? Well here's 10$man's AutoGrapher app to save your day
Pi Calc Version 3.14159265358979323846264 b How far can you count the digits of Pi? Well, unless you can count as far as the 33rd decimal place then perhaps you'll find an amusing use for Art's latest project: Pi Calc Version 3
Academic Aid Scholastic Suite 6 Rev.753 Hopping on the NEOFlash Coding Competition 2008 bandwagon, homebrew developer Mr305 has equipped his brainchild's latest build - Academic Aid Scholastic Suite 6 Rev
Algebra/Calculus Assistant Who says the PSP is all play and no work? If you're having some problems with Algebra and Calculus, you're in luck, since your PSP can help you out with some of your difficult math problems
GeoMath 2008 The GCC homebrew development team has released a new piece of homebrew goodness that PSP users can bring with them to school: GeoMath 2008, a Lua-coded PSP app that's kind of reminiscent of the interactive geometry software, GeoGebra
Fibonacci Calculator If you remember, we covered an interesting PSP homebrew application last December called the Fibonacci Calculator - a program that basically allowed you to generate the Fibonacci number
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