Math Programs for Windows 7

There are a lot of college courses that require computers for writing papers, etc. What if I have a math class and I am running Windows 7? Is there software for that? Or is it just a bunch of math games for kids? I know math and science are not mainstream fair for computing, but boring or not, you need math to design those popular games. Probably, I should just go to the school store (online, of course), and look for what is required. There are math labs and electrical design software, but often it’s just for specific companies or platforms.

Classes are usually out by the time of the winter solstice. During the cold seasons, the moon can either be new (and it becomes spooky) or full (the first full moon after the harvest). My mind leaves it’s thoughts of science and math behind, wondering if the family rift will still be there during the holidays. I suppose Windows 7 could help me close that rift, by showcasing family photos, moon craters, or just playing games.

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