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KAYAK Explore - The fun way to dream up your next vacation
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kayak
Don’t know where or when you want to take your next vacation? Or have $500 and don't know...
...streets of Milan, or exploring the vineyards of Napa ...Valley - KAYAK Explore can help make your...
Easy Explore
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153
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Marijn Davidse
Easy Explore is a file browser designed for users who wish to have access...
...resembles the Windows Explorer application. The main ...open multiple Easy Explore windows, drag-and...
Explore!
free
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Durandal Brytting
The objective of this game is to explore the desert, survive for as long as possible...
Explore! is a desert exploration game in the spirit ...this game is to explore the desert, survive for...
Chalk
free
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13
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Pierre Chatelier
Chalk is a calculator application for your Mac. It looks like a simple tool, but in fact it hides great abilities...
...decompose numbers and test primality. If the answer is...
Primer
free
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2
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Humongous Elephants and Tigers
Primer - Mathematical utility for prime numbers for Mac OS X. Primer lets you find a list of primes...
...twin primes, check the primality of a number, find a number...
Cruncher
free
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1
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Bobby
The user can investigate a number of areas from Number Theory with the help of this application...
...this application. Factoring, primality, elliptic curve arithmetic ...ideals can be explored. Some news...
Nathan Explore
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1
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com.t-immersion
Explore
free
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1
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Sippan
Explore! is a game inspired by some classic old Mac games of exploration and adventure. Play to beat your own record...
...old Mac games of exploration and adventure. Play to ...own record, as you explore more of the desert...
Explain 3D Explore the solar system
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explain3D
Explain 3D: Explore the solar provides you with simulations in 3D environment...
Explain 3D: Explore the solar system provide ...the unique chance to explore the solar system, the...
Prime95 (GIMPS)
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GIMPS
http://www.utm.edu/resThis program is used to find Mersenne Prime numbers...
...by running a Lucas-Lehmer primality test.