Some of the many prominent features include:
* full fledged scientific calculator
* saving and restoring computations/calculations
* complete algebra system using SymPy library (integration, differentiation, polynomials, algebra etc.)
* graphical rendering of equations
* function plotting
* python programming (complete suite)
If you like the app, please give us a good rating. If you are not happy with the app, please mail us. We are working hard to improve the interface and a better rating will motivate us to do the same.
Note:: We have very high regard for customer satisfaction. If you have any difficulty, please let us know. If we are not able to rectify in a short time, we will promptly refund your amount.
You can use MathScript as a calculator, function plotter, polynomial manipulation tool, equation solver (algebraic, differential, linear etc.), calculus tool (integration, differentiation, of arbitrary functions), matrix solver (linear algebra), units converter, finance tool (PMT,PV,FV. etc.), programming shell (complete python package), etc... It also contains interesting math puzzles that make you learn math in fun way. Train your brain to use mathematics whenever possible,
Many of the features are available only in the advanced computing tools like Matlab*# and Mathematica*#.
Add even half of the above features and the cost of other similar products in the market would easily cross $20. Our aim is to make the Math tools affordable by all. The pricing is maintained to be low, and will be maintained that way in near future. Give a try and let us know how you feel (feedback button available in Help).
NOTE1:: Please use the in-built tutorials (Menu->"Learn n solve") to learn how to use the software. More than 10 tutorials are designed to cover all basic topics. More will be added.
NOTE2:: First time installation involves downloading three open source libraries (Python, SymPy and JsMath). Please be patient till the software completes the installation.**
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KIND REQUEST:: We implement the user suggestions and reviews as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the Android market platform does not provide a mechanism to reply to the market reviews. Please check out the latest version software and enable auto-update to obtain latest copy. In case you have any suggestions/complaints, please provide a feedback using the application (Menu->Help->Feedback). We will try to rectify the problem as soon as possible.
***MathScript collects anonymous usage statistics using google analytics. The statistics will be used to customize the keyboard layout and provide advanced features in future versions. Once we have adequate data, the usage statistics will be displayed in our website***
* Categorized help system
* Accessible code-snippets for quick computation
* Enhanced editor interaction
* 3D plotting
* Kids mode (would be impossible to make mistakes)
* Lessons for school kids with solvable questions
* Math Puzzles ( for learning math the fun way )
** Just too many of them. Keep your auto-update on!!
*# Matlab and Mathematica are registered trademarks of MathWorks and Wolfram
MATLAB, short for matrix laboratory, was invented in the late 1970s by Cleve Moler, of the University of New Mexico. He wanted to provide his students with access to some mathematics libraries without having to master the FORTRAN programming language. This product was revamped and commercialized in the mid 1980s.
This software was initially adopted by control design engineers and rapidly spread to many other domains. Current users include universities, engineering schools, and colleges, especially for teaching mathematics subjects such as linear algebra and numerical analysis. Engineers, scientists, and many others are constantly finding new uses for this software and its competitors.
MATLAB users learn the the MATLAB language, also known as M-code or M. Users can enter M-code commands at the Command Window prompt, >>. This is similar to working from the Windows or Linux command prompt. Of course command sequences may saved as a script or a function via the MATLAB Editor.
MATLAB is often called "Matrix Laboratory". It is frequently used with one-dimensional vectors, two-dimensional matrices, and multi-dimensional arrays. For example, it includes dozens and dozens of functions that create and manage matrices. The surf, plot3 and mesh functions are among the dozens of three-dimensional graphics functions.
This software can call functions and subroutines which are written in the C or FORTRAN programming languages. MATLAB can call libraries written in Java and ActiveX. But if you want to call MATLAB from Java you will have to purchase additional software. Or, if you are that kind of person with time on your hands, you can write your own.
I hope this app tutorials for matlab help you save more times to learn this software.
Inquisitum.co.uk is an online learning center. We host training courses and associated material to aid anyone to learn new technologies.
Our focus on vocational subjects to help anyone pick up new skills quickly, easily and most importantly our courses are either completely free to access or come with a small, one-off fee.
Our courses are available online through any browser, or can be accessed on tablets and smart phones. Most courses have Android apps available in the Google Play store for easy access. Android apps do require an internet connection so we can provide with updated content seamlessly.
The courses we publish are also changing and improving all the time. New material, like glossaries, quizzes, exercises and new lessons are being added constantly. To this end, you need to have internet access when running the app - this helps ensure you have up to date information and the best material possible.
Integrals of Rational Functions
Integrals with Roots
Integrals with Logarithms
Integrals with Exponentials
Integrals with Trigonometric Functions
Products of Trigonometric Functions and Monomials
Products of Trigonometric Functions and Exponentials
Integrals of Hyperbolic Functions
This version serves as a complete reference for indefinite integrals, and includes evaluation of definite integrals noted above. The only user input required is the upper(ul) and lower limits(ll) of integration and any required constants(a,b,c,n). Never again enter a function.
All solutions are validated using the Octave "quad" function or Matlab "int" function. If "Not a Number" (NaN) is returned, please email the developer with the function number, constants and the integration limits (ul and ll) and the problem will be evaluated and corrected.
Links to online references are also provided.
We welcome comments and suggestions for improvement at email@example.com.
Data will be stored on the SD card under the "SmartphoneLoggerData" directory.
Source code available here:
Download IEEE papers in VLSI and Matlab.First time download occupies approximately 20MB of space.Access all latest IEEE papers offline.We develop IEEE paper concept using Verilog HDL/Matlab and customize as per requirement.
You can see some of our project demo in YouTube,http://www.youtube.com/verilogcourseteam
We keep updating our repositories so please do check the "Notification"tab in the app.
This educational application by Freescale Semiconductor teaches you about sensor fusion and lets you experiment with various fusion options. It does not require that your Android device use Freescale sensors. The application supports Freescale-specific fusion routines executed on separate development boards communicating with your Android device via Bluetooth. Bluetooth board availability is expected in the second half of 2013. It also supports the Avnet Wi-Go module paired with a Freescale Freedom board (see www.em.avnet.com/wi-go for details). When used without a development board, this app just lets you experiment with what you already have on your Android device.
This tool is the subject of a Freescale blog posting at: https://community.freescale.com/community/the-embedded-beat/blog/2013/04/08/free-android-app-teaches-sensor-fusion-basics . Embedded software and hardware compatible with this application can be found at http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/prod_summary.jsp?code=FRDM-FXS-MULTI-B. The fusion library is discussed at https://community.freescale.com/community/the-embedded-beat/blog/2014/02/24/xtrinsic-sensor-fusion-library-for-kinetis.
Please report issues directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freescale Semiconductor (http://www.freescale.com) is a global leader in embedded processing solutions including MPUs, MCUs, sensors, analog integrated circuits and connectivity.
The Matrix Calculator supports square matricies with size of 2 through 10 and implements Determinant; Inverse; Transpose; A + B; A - B; A * B. The calculator has three (3) memories to facilitate argument manipulation for matrix calculations ([C] = [A][B] for example). If your matrix has complex numbers, exit Matrix and select the Octave calculator.
The Complex Number Calculator adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides two complex numbers. The result can be converted to Polar coordinates.
The Factorial Calculator allows you to calculate n! for any number.
The Quadratic Equation Solver finds the roots (real and imaginary) for a quadratic equation. Enter the coefficients for the equation and tap Calculate. EX. (5x^2 - 9x + 3 = 0).
The Cubic Equation Solver finds the roots (real and imaginary) for a cubic equation. Enter the coefficients for the equation and tap Calculate. EX. (4x^3 - 3x^2 + 3x + 12).
The Exponent Calculator finds the value of any number x raised to a power y. EX. (19^2).
The Radical Roots Calculator finds the Nth root of a number. Enter the number and the desired root. EX: (The 6th root of 64 (x = 64, n = 6), tap calculate and see the result (=2) in the answer box).
The Vector Calculator performs add, sub, magnitude, angle, dot and cross products.
The Simultaneous Equation Solver solves 2 equations (2 unknowns) and 3 equations (3 unknowns).
Octave is included to provide support for Complex Matrices. All the functionality and power of Octave is now available. Octave is launched in a Android Terminal by Math Pro and remains active until the terminal window is closed. To use this option, go to the Google Play Store, download and install Android Terminal Emulator, then download and install Octave.
Octave is an Android port(by Corbin Champion) of the desktop Octave program (by John W. Eaton). You can now run all your Octave and Matlab m-files on your mobile device.
You can socialize with friends and search the web using the Tabatoo side-bar without ever leaving the app. Just "slide" left-to-right to open the sidebar. See the screen shots for more info.
We welcome comments and suggestions for improvement at email@example.com.
AWork supports Octave (Matlab) scripting language for symbolic calculations (integration, plotting, differentiation, simplifications, solving equations etc.).
It is a port of jMathLab (http://jwork.org/jmathlab) project available for desktops and servers.
AWork supports the BeanShell (http://www.beanshell.org/) scripting language. One can access the the complete Java API and external numerical JAVA libraries using the BeanShell editor integrated into the AWork IDE.
AWork documentation and examples of symbolic and numeric calculations are given here: http://jwork.org/scavis/android/
All bug reports and comments are addressed here: http://jwork.org/scavis/forum/viewforum.php?id=6
Please use this link if you need to fix a problem
This is an application designed for engineers but can be used by anyone. Once you open the app you'll see a simple calculator with a swipe keyboard but there's much more behind.
NOTE: SWIPE THE KEYBOARD TO SEE ALL THE FEATURES
Landscape mode plays nicely with your tablet. Most of the features are just a tap away now.
This is a powerful application which has the following features:
- Equation Solver: You can solve almost any equation. It supports:
-> Non-linear equations: Any type of equation, such as: 5*x+sin(x^3+2)=8 (up to 10 equations and variables, you can see 2 equations solved in the screenshots)
-> Linear equations: Like 2*x+3*y=8, -3*x+6*y=3 (up to 10)
-> Polynomials: Up to grade 20 (complex and non-complex solutions)
-> Simple: Perfect for thermodynamic tables with only one variable (for example Temperature)
-> Double: 2 variables interpolation. See screenshots for a preview
- Curve fitting
-> You can get the closest curve given a set of points. You can choose between: linear, parabola, 3-degree polynomial, power, exponential, logarithmic or even create your own curve. The tool will calculate square R too.
- Matrices: Since version 1.3 you can use matrices. Matrices are made of complex and real numbers and contain most common operations. Functions and operators currently supported: +, -, *, /, determinant, transpose, ^,.^,.*,./, ^-1 (Inverse), get, set, eyes (Identity matrix), ones. You can sum a number to a matrix similarly to Matlab, power each element individually...
- Vectors: Complex/real vectors with dot and cross multiplication (besides the applicable methods found in matrices)
- Function editor: Create as many functions as you want and save them under different categories. Using custom functions is extremely easy and very helpful. You can describe the functions and variables. Furthermore, you can take a photo that may help you understand and use the function correctly. Functions can be used in the calculator as well as in the equation solver.
- 2D function plotter (Still in beta)
- Converter: It's useful to have a converter inside the app. It's got 19 conversions: length, area, volume, angle, time, speed, acceleration, flow, mass, force, torque, energy, density, pressure, dynamic viscosity, kinematic viscosity, temperature and currency.
- Wolfram Alpha search: Just touch the search button
- Complex numbers: The calculator supports complex numbers in both rectangular and polar notation. Polar notation us useful for phasors in Circuit Analysis.
- Variables: Just save any number as a variable and use it later.
- Constants: 6, more in next updates.
- Easier decimal notation: 1.000000 is 1, 99999999 is 9.999E7 (depending of the decimal precision)...
- And probably more features in the future!
- INTERNET: To browse WolframAlpha
- WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: To store custom function photos in the SD card if available
This application can be moved to the SD card so it only takes about 1.3MB of Internal Storage.
Free “Step by step” for all functions.
OFFLINE: app does not require access to the internet.
ALL AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS:
[+] matrix addition
[+] matrix multiplication
[+] multiplication by number
[+] matrix transposition
[+] find determinant (Gauss)
[+] definition of the rank
[+] find determinant (Minors)
[+] System Of Linear Equation (A)x=(B) (Gauss)
[+] System Of Linear Equation (A)x=(B) (Kramer)
[+] matrix equation (A)(X)=(B)
[+] matrix equation (X)(A)=(B)
[+] LU decomposition
[+] inverse matrix (Minors)
[+] matrix power
[+] dot product
[+] length of vector
[+] cross product
[+] angle between vectors
[+] build vector by points
[-] new functions (vector algebra)
[-] export to Maple, MathLab, Wolfram
[-] clipboard for cells
Download assistant for solving problems in areas such as: linear algebra, analysis, economics, differential equations and computer graphics.
The Scratch Sensor uses the Scratch networking protocol to send the smartphone accelerometer and compass sensor information and broadcast two states (jump and walk) to Scratch.