No internet connection needed! All calculations are done offline on your device!
This app isn't just a list of derivatives, it uses the quotient rule, product rule and chain rule recursively to produce derivatives.
While solving the problem, the calculation process of the derivative is specified of:
- mathematical root
- exponent function
- composite function
- various mathematical functions such as sin, ln, exp etc.
Very useful for math or physics exercices
✓ Compute first and second derivative
✓ Nice looking functions equations
✓ Lot of functions, like abs, sqrt, cbrt, ln, exp, log, and 24 trigonometrics functions (cos, sin, tan, sec, acos...)
✓ No Internet connection needed
✓ Syntaxic coloration (optional)
This free trial version does not specify the process of calculating the derivative, only the final result is shown.
Try it before purchasing. Update your software application up to the commercial version, with the derivative calculation process shown.
- Crash Fixes
- More intuitive UI
You can also solve differential equations and plot graphs of your choice
Now, do your homework easily when the app :
-- Shows all the steps of differentiation and integration
-- Supports a wide range of functions (trigonometric, polynomial, logarithmic / a combination of them)
-- Draws a graph of any mathematical function
-- Allows you to solve differential equations with initial value problems.
-- Allows you to view the raw data of every computation
-- Has pinch-to-zoom feature so that you can analyze your solutions well
-- Uses multicolored graph plots so that you can compare the solutions of differential equations
For feedback and suggestions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that the app is ad-based which is not shown in the screenshots for clarity.
Visit http://rajatpawariit.wix.com/difforint and https://twitter.com/DiffOrInt for further details.
- 70 functions, 20 mathematical constants and up to six variables
- New functions and constants can be defined by the user
- Supports complex numbers
- Matrices, vectors, sets and calculations on them
- Solves the mathematical equations
- Calculate the integrals and derivatives
- Step-by-step calculations
- And many more
Supported functions, operators, and mathematical constants:
Operators +, -, ×, ÷, %
x^n - nth power of x
√(x) - Square root of x
√(n, x) - nth root of x
ln(x) - Natural logarithm of x
log(x) - Logarithm of x to base 10
log(n, x) - Logarithm of x to base n
∑(f(x), imin, imax) - Summation of f(x) from imin to imax
∏(f(x), imin, imax) - Product of f(x) from imin to imax
∫(f(x)) - Indefinite integral of f(x)
∫(f(x), xmin, xmax) - Definite integral of f(x) from xmin to xmax
∂(f(x)) - Derivative of f(x)
lim(f(x), c) - Limit of f(x) when x approaches c
Representation of polynomial - x^2+3x-2=0
= - Polynomial equation operator
m mod n - Remainder of m ÷ n
gcd(m, n) - Greatest common divisor of m and n
lcm(m, n) - Least common multiple of m and n
abs(n) - Absolute value of n
round(n) - Integer closest to n
frac(n) - Fractional part of n
floor(n) - Floor value of n
ceil(n) - Ceiling value of n
Representation - 5+2i
re(c) - Real part of complex number c
im(c) - Imaginary part of complex number c
median([a]) - Median of [a]
gmean([a]) - Geometric mean of [a]
amean([a]) - Arithmetic mean of [a]
randi(n) - Random integer from 0 to n
randr - Random real from 0 to 1
harmonicN(n) - nth harmonic number
n! - Factorial of n
binomial(n, k) - Binomial coefficient
multinomial(n1, n2, ...) - Multinomial coefficient
catalanN(n) - nth Catalan number
fibonacci(n) - nth Fibonacci number
sin(x), cos(x), tan(x)
sec(x), csc(x), cot(x)
asin(x), acos(x), atan(x), acot(x)
sinh(x), cosh(x), tanh(x)
arsinh(x), arcosh(x), artanh(x)
Representation - [[1,2],[3,4]]
[m1]⋅[m2] - Product of [m1] and [m2]
tran([m]) - Transpose [m]
ctran([m]) - Conjugate and transpose [m]
inverse([m]) - Invert [m]
det([m]) - Determinant of [m]
tr([m]) - Trace of [m]
mpow([m], n) - nth matrix power of [m]
Representation - [1,2]
union([a1], [a2]) - Union of two sets
intersec([a1], [a2]) - Intersection of two sets
max([a]) - Largest element of [a]
min([a]) - Smallest element of [a]
π - Number Pi
e - Euler's number
i - Imaginary unit
∞ - Infinity
γ - Euler–Mascheroni constant
G - Catalan's constant
A - Glaisher–Kinkelin constant
φ - Golden ratio
κ - Khinchin's constant
C₂ - Twin prime constant
ζ₃ - Apéry's constant
B₄ - Brun's constant for prime quadruplets
B₂ - Brun's constant for twin primes
EB - Erdős–Borwein constant
δ - Feigenbaum first constant
α - Feigenbaum second constants
BL - Legendre's constant
M₁ - Meissel–Mertens constant
Here are some of our current features:
-Enter values and view results as you would write them
-Swipe up, down, left, or right to quickly switch between keyboard pages.
-Long click on keyboard key to bring up dialog about key.
-Undo and Redo keys to easily fix mistakes.
-Cut, Copy, and Paste.
-User defined functions with f, g, h
-Simplify and Factor algebra expressions.
-Polynomial long division.
-Solve equations for a variable.
-Solve equations with inequalities such as > and <
-Solve systems of equations.
-Simplify trigonometric expressions using trigonometric identities.
-Graph three equations at once.
-View equations on graph or in table format.
-Normal functions such as y=x^2
-Inverse functions such as x=y^2
-Circles such as y^2+x^2=1
-Ellipses, Hyperbola, Conic Sections.
-Add markers to graph to view value at given point.
-View delta and distance readings between markers on graph.
-View roots and intercepts of traces on graph.
-nCr and nPr functions
-Change numeric base between binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal
-Bitwise operators AND, OR, XOR, and NOT
-Vector dot product and norm.
Q. Is there are tutorial anywhere explaining how to use the graphing calculator?
A. There are three into tutorials in the app for the calculator, graph equations, and graph screens. Additional tutorials can be found on our website http://www.mathally.com/
Q. How do I get to the keys for pi, e, solve, etc?
A. There are four keyboard pages. Each swipe direction across the keyboard moves you to a different page. The default page is the swipe down page. To get to the page with trig functions, swipe left. To get to the matrix keys, swipe up. To get to the last page, swipe right. No matter what page you are on, the swipe direction to move to a specific page is always the same.
Q. What do you have planned for future releases?
A. You can keep up to date on the latest news on our blog at http://mathally.blogspot.com/ . This news will include what is coming up in future releases. Also feel free to leave comments and let me know what you think!
If you find a bug or have questions, please email me.