As my children enter middle school and high school, I am gradually being asked to dust off my ancient knowledge of algebra and geometry, and I expect the frequency of these homework-related issues to increase in the coming years. With some algebra equations and many geometry questions, I can draw the X and Y axes on graph paper to not only remember how to solve an equation, but also to clearly explain the answer. With Gridzzly I have custom graph paper on request.
Ready to set, grid!
Gridzzly provides a simple menu for selecting the desired grid type ̵
Using a Brother monochrome laser printer, my test prints had the correct grid size, but the lines were light gray, no matter where I set the line thickness slider. Nevertheless, the results for homework help are more than sufficient. I've scheduled Gridzzly the next time my long-sleeping math skills are requested.
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