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#1 isabel86d

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 09:32 PM

I am trying to tutor a friend with her math homework online. She lives far away and the only way to be able to actually see the math problems is if she can somehow draw them in some kind of "virtual whiteboard" so that I can see them. Does anyone know of a website that we can both log in to so that I can help tutor her in math? I've tried searching things up but I'm not exactly sure what it would be called. Any information would help. Thanks!!

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 11:11 PM

If you don't mind the work being visible to the general public, you might try a pastebin. I prefer this one: http://pastebin.ca/

If that doesn't suit your needs do a search for 'on line collaboration' applications.

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