Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) June 8, 2010
How long did the Civil War last? What was Monet’s full name? What’s the derivative of 2x + x2 +1? Now, instead of having to skim websites for the information they need, students can use a new search engine called Frazoo.com to get a direct answer.
“Frazoo is [a] knowledge search that provides direct answers and homework help for high school and college kids,” said Craig McFarlane, CEO of Frazoo Inc.
Frazoo.com acts like a teacher, a parent, and an encyclopedia all in one answering questions in an organized sheet of facts for each search. Topics as challenging as secondary and collegiate level subject matter are all searchable on Frazoo, including questions in the subjects of history, chemistry, earth sciences, physics, geography, math, statistics, and data analysis. Frazoo produces solutions to math equations and calculations as well as the work to arrive at the answer. A search for “65 mph” displays its conversion into kilometers per hour, the basic formula for calculating miles per hour, and a real-life comparison of that speed – a cheetah at full sprint, and more. Users can also enter foods to pull up nutritional information and physical properties; stock symbols; a city for its weather, crime rate, or other statistics; chemical formulas; musical notes and more.
An option to “Search the Web” for more information is available on the results page linking users to not just a basic search engine results page, but the recently launched online information sharing community of Bgin.com, a sister search engine to Frazoo. This Web 2.0 search engine divides results into sections titled News, Articles, Blogs, Web, Twitter, and Images, each with its own selection of search engine tabs including Google, Yahoo, and Bing. With one click, users can view results from all of the major search engines.
Both sites are owned and operated by Frazoo Inc. based out of California.
To learn more, email info(at)Frazoo(dot)com.
See Frazoo in action at http://www.Frazoo.com.
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