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Software, Laws of Arithmetic, for the TI994A Microcomputer

Software, Laws of Arithmetic, for the TI99/4A Microcomputer

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Buyers of TI computers, including the TI-99/4A, could purchase a variety of software modules, many of them to offer instruction. These were sold in black cases. According to the manual for this program (see 1990.3142.10.01 for the manual), the program was "a self-paced 'tutor' which presents mathematical principles to help your child develop strong macth skills. Suitable for children from grades 4 through 8."
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Object Name
date made
Texas Instruments
Physical Description
plastic (overall material)
overall: 2.3 cm x 7 cm x 1.05 cm; 7/8 in x 2 3/4 in x 7/16 in
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catalog number
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Credit Line
Shane & Scott Briscoe
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National Museum of American History
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