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New Powerful Online Calculator.
Posted: Feb 15, 2005 7:46 PM
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Ultimate Solution is a powerful new online calculator capable of
solveing equations. Type in any

equation as simple or as complex as you want and Ultimate Solution
will solve it for you, and best of

all it will show you the steps! Ulitmate solution can be found at
http://www.UltimateSolution.tk or at

its longer but slighy faster loading adress
http://ultimatesolutiuon.somee.com/index.aspx

Below are some features of Ultimate Solution:
* Solves any equation in any form
* Shows the steps to solve the equation
* Equations can have as many variables as there are letters in the
Alphebet.
* Upper and lower case variables are treated seperatly so multiply
above by 2.
* Support Numerical Exponents as well as roots (write roots in the
form ^(1/n) )
* Has support for both quadratic and cubic equations.
* Supports imaginary numbers (i).
* Use as many parenthesis as you want in any equation.
* Have as many fractions with in fractions with in fractions as
you want.
* Type in just an expression and it will be simplifyed e.g.
2(3x+5) -> 6x+10
* Supports inequalities e.g. >= <= equations
* Run at a remote sever so there is littel strain on your machine
* Use with any machine that can connect to the internet
* Solve as many equations as you want each day.
* Great tool for learning math!

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