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Visit this site: http://www.numberz.co.uk/ES.html

Author:Patrick McMordie
Description: Online equation solver. In “real mode”, ES will solve a huge variety of equations in x (single real variable) - for example those involving polynomial functions of unlimited degree, logarithmic, trigonometric, ... . It’ll solve systems of linear simultaneous equations of unlimited order (linear mode), and discrete-variable operations (natural mode / rational mode) - examples are listing of prime numbers in a given range, proving / disproving identities. A Library of pre-written equations is available - further explanation of how ES does all the above may be seen in a Help screen. EquationSolver should work with recent versions of IE, Opera, Firefox web browsers. It is very transparent - all ES source code is written in HTML/Javascript and may thus be viewed, and is all downloaded in one chunk to the user’s computer so *you do not need to have an Internet connection 5 seconds after starting (*Library and Help text files are downloadable separately.)

Levels: High School (9-12), College, Research
Languages: English
Resource Types: Topic Tools Miscellaneous, Web Interactive/Java
Math Topics: Algebra, Trigonometry

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