|Visualizes and studies functions of one variable to find roots, extrema, integral, derivatives, graph. Results can be saved or printed. You can copy the graph to the clipboard. You have one-click control of the graph with zooming, panning, centering|
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10|
|OS||Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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Easy to use, intuitive program to visualize and study functions of one variable in a defined interval to find roots, maxima and minima, integral, derivatives, graph. You can predefine constants and specify the error bound for the results. It can fully explore intervals to search for solutions. Handles trigonometric and hyperbolic functions among others. Results, including the graph, can be saved or printed. You can also copy the graph to the clipboard, which you can then paste where you please (Word, Paint, etc.). You have one-click control of the graph with zooming, panning, centering, etc. Includes a help file with instructions, example and methodology.
math, mathematics, graphics, functions, graph, engineering, formula, equation, science, plot
800x600 display or better
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