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Version 0.2 of book “Sage for High School” released

I have completed chapter 1 “Algebraic Simplification” of the book Sage for High School. All changes have been pushed to Google Code. The latest stable release is now at version 0.2. Both the PDF version and the source tarball are available for download.

This book began life when Phillip M. Feldman asked on sage-edu about a Sage tutorial for high school students. At the time, there was a dearth of tutorials for high school students to learn how to use Sage to enhance their study of mathematics. Within a day, I posted an outline of a tutorial for high school students.

The tutorial itself is open source. I invite people to contribute to fleshing out the tutorial.

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