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# Description

Never leave the house without your Math in your pocket! Pocket Formulas is the best solution for studying Math. It helps you study, practice and write your Math homework easily! Always carry the formulas you need.

***IMPORTANT***

*This is the old Pocket Formulas App. A terrible thing happened so I had to upload it as a new application.

*That means if you have the old version, you cannot get an update. Simply delete the old version and install

*This one. Thank you for downloading!

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Arbi Arbii

Back Button There is No Back Button in your app, however its a good effort, whenever i want to go back to menu the App just goes off, and i have to start it again, Fix this Gud Luck

Saloni Sharma

I love this one!!!! It has conic sections with graphs! It basically possess all the formulas needed at a high school level.... Just lacks differential equations, equations of revolving solids, 3D planar geometry and laplacian formulas for further higher studies... Like engineering or B.Sc.... It would be perfect if it had those...

Brane Petkoski

Love new design Much better look than old one. But... There is anoying MathJax loading, hide that message man,I think its one line of code (messageStyle: "none") . Second , I am seeing code(javascript I believe) and then formulas. Show blank page,spinner or something , nobody want to see code. Five stars for great redisign.

Jane Lameski

Good Your program don't have all the main formulas. Ex: area of cone, all of the addition-subtraction formulas and multiplication between sin and cos ex: (sin(a)*sin(b))=(cos(a-b)-cos(a+b)) in trigonometry :)

User reviews

Lazar Nikolov March 4, 2014

Try exiting the app, then turn it on again. (I know... it works on the second time). If it works you can update your review :) Anyway I don't really have much time to work on this app, but I posted the source code on GitHub and if someone provides me with the solution I'll make an update. Thank you for your honest rating :) Lazar Nikolov March 11, 2014

Thanks Stefce :D Pozz Lazar Nikolov March 27, 2014

Thanks Brane! Lazar Nikolov March 10, 2014

I know. That will happen in future ;) Lazar Nikolov December 15, 2014

We're currently developing a new version of Pocket Formulas, whole new design and lots of new and improved features! When we finish it, you guys will have the ability to write your own formulas so we can make a large database of math and physics formulas. Also we've improved the performances of the app too, now the scrolling will not be buggy :) Lazar Nikolov June 13, 2014

Fala Nevena! :) Lazar Nikolov April 14, 2014

Thanks Chester! :) Lazar Nikolov June 6, 2014

Fala BeTo! :) Lazar Nikolov February 23, 2014

Thank you Medo! :) Lazar Nikolov February 23, 2014

Thank you Branislav! More formulas will be added in the future! Stay tuned! :) Loved it. ..Abdul Rab Kaju Avenger Very Good Apps I'm Using This App One Year ago And I Give You ♡♥☆☆★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★☆☆♥♡

Lazar Nikolov April 15, 2015

Thank you very much Abdul! Review deleted

# What's New

4.0

- Fixed on Back Button Pressed

3.7

- Fixed a bug for Android 4.4 KitKat, formulas now showing correctly!

3.6

This is where the good things start, because there's:

- Major UI & Design Changes

- Simplified navigation

- 3 times lighter version

- Sharp Formula graphics

# Additional information

Updated

February 26, 2014

Size

1.5M

Installs

1,000 - 5,000

Current Version

4.0

Requires Android

3.0 and up

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MNQ, finds shear forces and moments functions by using the method of sections and draws diagrams of these functions for isostatic straight beam.

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MNQ gives solution for

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