SAT Calculator Program Software Application

An SAT calculator program is a software application that resides on a calculator which is used in helping to answer SAT questions. The programs themselves are different from SAT preparation books and classes in that they are actually used during the SAT test, and contain programs to answer questions with common SAT math formulas or simply answer common SAT questions. The first person known to create such a program was Greg Myers of Princeton, NJ. Myers saw the opportunity to create SAT calculator programs while noticing that many SAT review books simply give the reader many formulas to memorize. Myers and his brother, Doug, landed on the front page of the "Circuits" section of the New York Times. While the programs began as a way to simply hard code formulas into the calculator, they quickly evolved into more than that. Today, SAT calculator programs can be used not only to solve many SAT problems which require common formulas, but also to solve problems such as simultaneous equations, or to check the answers of a variable simplification problem. In fact, the actual programs created by Myers can be found online, but there are also some similar programs which claim similar functionality. One such example is a software program titled "SAT_OS," which stands for SAT Operating System
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