NaN Quadratic Function (Quadratic equation) is the most advanced application for solving quadratic function problems. There is a complete solution delivered for each issue to satisfy every teacher or student.
The application solves every algebraic problem including those with:
you can also use parentheses, decimal numbers and Pi number.
An advanced validation of data entry allows you to find the errors quickly and corrects them for you immediately.
This application not only gives you the solution, it also shows you all the formulas which had been used.
With the NaN Quadratic Function you can calculate:
- discriminant of the quadratic function
- real roots (zeros)
- vertex of a parabola
- intersection of the Y-Axis
- monotonicity (increasing, decreasing)
- positive and negative values (inequalities)
- vertex form and factored form
See also NaN Quadratic Function Pro.
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Depending on the discriminant a quadratic equation has one or two distinct real roots, or two distinct complex roots.
To solve a quadratic equation, enter the coefficients 'a', 'b' and c, and click 'Solve'.
If the coefficient 'a' is zero, the equation is a linear equation.
If the linear coefficient is zero, enter b = 0.
If there is no constant term, enter c = 0.
The coefficients of the equation can be whole numbers and decimals, the integer and fractional parts of which are separated by a decimal point.
The result of calculation can be easily copied.
Quadratic Equation Solver ML supports a multi-language interface, including English, Czech, German, Russian, and French localization.
Requirements: Adobe AIR.
Perfect for checking homework, learning mental arithmetic, computing "in the column" solutions to complex expressions with fractional numbers and quadratic equations of any complexity.
Andie Graph is an Android port of the AlmostTI emulator by Marat Fayzullin - http://fms.komkon.org/
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The TI-8X series of calculators work great as standalone calculators, showing 8 lines of history, using standard mathematical notation. Each model was designed with more specific purposes in mind:
The TI-82 is designed for algebra and trigonometry. Graph and compare functions, perform variable substitution, and solve single variable equations.
The TI-83 is designed for statistics and trigonometry. Graph and compare functions, and perform data plotting and analysis.
The TI-85 is great for engineering and computer science. Graph and compare functions, perform bit manipulation and convert between numeric bases.
The TI-86 is great for engineering and calculus. Graph and compare functions, perform bit manipulation and convert between numeric bases. Solve differential equations, plot vector fields.
All models allow you to write programs in TI-BASIC and perform basic scientific calculator operations.
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