The Archives is made for people who are eager to learn. The Archives is a database for notes encompassing STEM areas like Math and Biology, but also social sciences like Psychology and Political Science & Economics, entirely free for everyone browsing the internet.
The Archives is written by high school students, most likely the same age as you, and they are written for students by students to be understandable and useful, including illustrations and examples.
The Archives is not a static database but is always evolving and expanding to more areas.
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JavaLite is not purely American, but actually has roots in Scandinavia, and therefore offers notes in Danish as well, which are translatable at your own discretion, if you long for more knowledge :).
(Can possibly be translated but at your own discretion)
We expect most JavaLite visitors to be students like ourselves, and for most STEM students, Mathematics plays a big part. We have provided calculator notes for students who have a TI-84 Plus CE and the Silver Edition, so in the heat of the moment, like a midterm exam, you will be able to get the notes you need.
Notes for Texas Instruments Calculators (TI-84 Plus CE and Silver Edition):
How to Put Notes on TI-84 Plus CE (By TI84CalcWiz)