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Praeter Software Upgrades Physics 101 SE

Praeter Software Upgrades Physics 101 SE

by , 12:00 AM EDT, March 27th, 2007

Praeter Software announced on Monday that their academic tool, Physics 101 SE, is now a Universal Application. The update also contains more equations and powerful help features.

Physics 101 SE allows the student to study and solve typical physics formulas in, for example, the areas of optics, wave superposition, vectors, bodies in motion, orbits, circuit analysis and relativity. A Periodic Table and unit converter is also included.

Apple's Phil Schiller has demoed this software in a Power of X demonstration, and Praeter has posted a short video on their Website.

The new version is a Universal Application and requires any version of Mac OS X and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768. A free demo version is available. Physics 101 SE sells for US$9.95.


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