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CPMP-Tools CPMP-Tools is a free open-source software-package for Computer Algebra System (CAS). CPMP is an abbreviation for Core-Plus Mathematics Texts. CPMP-Tools has a GNU-public license and works with three operating systems. CPMP-Tools is made for teaching mathematics at the high school level.[1][2]

CPMP-Tools is a little similar to the two free CAS-software packages, Yacas and Xcas.

CPMP-Tools is Java-based.[3]

Operating systems

CPMP-Tools works for these operating systems:

Microsoft Windows[4]
Apple macOS
Linux[5]

Components

CPMP-Tools contains four parts:[6][1]

Algebra Tools is computer algebra system (CAS) and spreadsheet
Geometry Tools is used for drawing geometric figures
Statistics Tools can build a uni- or biviat diagram
Discrete Math is for mathematical modeling

Features

Solve equations
Perform Chi-squared test[7]
Draw graph of mathematical function.[8]

History

American mathematics teacher Brian Lemmen[9] was involved in the development of CPMP-Tools.[10] CPMP-Tools was first published in the 1990s.[11]
References

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Burrill, Gail; Ben-Zvi, Dani (2019-02-15). Topics and Trends in Current Statistics Education Research: International Perspectives. Springer. ISBN 978-3-030-03472-6.
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External link

Official website

Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics

Graduate Texts in Mathematics

Graduate Studies in Mathematics

Mathematics Encyclopedia

World

Index

Hellenica World - Scientific Library

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