I thank you and my midterm grades thank you. It works beautifully for checking answers and giving full step by step procedures of how to work out problems. A few little glitches but nothing major that ruins functionality. -I would like to see when you enter in an exponent that it goes to a small number like in a calculator not as a carrot ^. Also the ability to take a picture of a problem and scan the numbers in as to not screw up entering the problem in manually with parentheses.
Amazing Enter any question and it will show you step by step answers. Only tricky part is knowing how to plug in the questions. I love it!
Fancy calculus based interface for the wolfram alpha app, so you don't have to memorize the input language. Same information otherwise, except the keyboard is limited - no letters for entering functions not already included in the keyboard. Swipe entering would be a nice feature, as entering math is tedious even in this app with its function buttons. For sequences and series (my needs) it isn't any more helpful than a TI89, as it doesn't do step by step proofs for convergence, it just list's the test used and yay or nay for convergence - no math shown at all doesn't really help me learn much when stuck. A graph (provided) can show the convergence well enough, so the app should really show the convergence tests step by step. Do something Wolfram Group! The bottom line, with step by step work-throughs for practically everything else, this app will be great if you're in the beginning of your calculus academics. For me, I can only hope this is actually helpful and worth the money for the rest of my Calc III class.
GOOD but could use a few changes I wish that this app would add ways to calculate volume b/w two curves. Also, maybe let us see the computer calculate problems using both the washer and shells approch
Doesn't go into as much detail as one would expect. Developers also don't respond to emails.
Like it but... There is a problem with the "complete the square" way of integrating.
- Bug fixes
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