Mathematica for Engineering entrance exams in India.

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Mathematica for Engineering entrance exams in India.

Postby Sonali_DeSouza » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:06 pm

I was discussing the IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) competitive entrance exams with my niece back in India, and it made me wonder whether educators are using Mathematica to help prepare students for these exams. Of course, my niece has already begun preparation on her own as well, but I wonder what are others doing? Anyone care to share their experience?
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