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Mathway: Solve Math Problems Quickly
This unique site solves mathematical problems online. The problems could be basic maths, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra and more! 
 
Just enter your problem in the box and click on Evaluate, and up pops the answer! Very cool for school and college kids and engineering students who need to evaluate complex problems in a jiffy. 
 
Apart from solving maths problems, you have a section on graphs where you can do step-by-step graphing, linear equations and functions, etc. You can also create maths worksheets for use in a class (if you are a teacher). And, finally, there is a Glossary section where you could get definitions of various mathematical terms.
 
They have also launched an app on Android which does not require Internet access to run. The basic modules are free, but if you wish to see the actual logic and calculation, you have to pay a small fee. Ideal for teachers and students alike. But NOT recommended for cheating at school because actually knowing maths is very important for times when you don’t have Internet access to get to this site, especially in your examination hall! https://goo.gl/Tn9bZt

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RBI cautions public against email frauds
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday cautioned the general public against emails that claim to provide monetary rewards from the central bank on the pretext of phony schemes.
 
"If you get an email from me or any future governor promising to transfer a large sum of say Rs50 lakh to you if only you send a small transaction fee of Rs20,000 to a specific bank account, delete the email," Rajan said at the post-policy press conference held here.
 
The RBI Governor spoke after the third bi-monthly monetary policy review for 2016-17, which was held here at the Mint Street.
 
"The reality is such emails are not from me and the RBI does not give out money directly to ordinary citizens, even though we print plenty of it," he cited.
 
Rajan asked the public to examine and not fall prey to such emails.
 
"While the emails usually contain very convincing reasons why you have been chosen to receive money, ask yourself why I cannot simply deduct Rs20,000 and send you Rs49.8 lakh," he explained.
 
Rajan, who kept the key policy rates unchanged in his last monetary policy review, also announced the start of a year-long public awareness and consumer protection campaign.
 
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Cutting a hole in train roof, robbers escape with RBI's cash
Robbers cut through the roof a train coach in Tamil Nadu and escaped with cash belonging to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), police said.
 
The audacious robbery came to light when the Salem Express reached Chennai from Salem in the state.
 
According to officials, the RBI booked a coach in the train.
 
The bank had reportedly loaded 228 trunks with currency, estimated at around Rs340 crore. But some officials said they were all soiled notes.
 
It is not known how much cash was robbed.
 
The robbers seem to have entered the coach after cutting through the roof sometime during Monday night or early on Tuesday when the train reached Virudhachalam.
 
Another theory is that the robbery could have happened soon after the train left Salem and before it reached Virudhachalam as the route was non-electrified route. On the other hand, the route between Virudhachalam and Chennai is electrified.
 
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