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## Online Calculator List

Here are a few free resources for graphing and calculating

Type in equations into google's box and it will give you a simple read out answer

Famous for giving detailed analysis of computations and facts.
http://www.wolframalpha.com/

Extensive list of simple javascript calculators for various specific tasks
http://www.calculatorsoup.com/

"Plugin free" graphing calculators
http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/nsmedia/...graphCalc.html
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/
http://www.mathworksheetsgo.com/tool...calculator.php

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 If all you are looking for is a basic online calculator I suggest taking a look at http://groovii.com/online-calculator/simple/
 A mobile calculator/computational engine can be found at: http://rapidcalculator.com Besides the functionalities of a usual calculator, you can do graphing/matrices/algebra/calculus on it too.

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## Online Calculator List

These are a few other free HTML5 calculators:

Graphing Calculators:
(2D) FooPlot: http://fooplot.com
(2D) Graphr: http://www.graphr.org/
(3D) GraphyCalc: http://www.graphycalc.com/

Algebra: http://www.myalgebra.com/
Algebra, Trig, Calc: http://www.mathscoop.com/calculators...tor-online.php

 Hello, I have created two online calculators which (I hope ) can prove useful: Derivative Calculator (with steps) It can do first, second, third derivative (symbolic) with respect to any variable and optionally simplify input and output. The input formula is being displayed as a LaTeX formula while typing, in order to minimize input mistakes (such as writing 1/a+b when you really mean 1/(a+b)). This calculator can show the calculation steps. Integral Calculator (no steps feature yet) Same user interface as the above one, but it can do antiderivatives and definite integrals (also some improper ones).
 The following site is good for 2D and 3D graphing: http://www.plotgraphs.com/ Furthermore it can also calculate symbolical derivatives of the expressions and plots them at the same time: http://www.plotgraphs.com/function-derivatives.html The input window for the expressions is really handsome :-)
 Check out Meta Graphing Calculator --written in HTML5, does implicit equations and produces point table. Also can do matrix mathematics and stats calculations like T-tests and regressions.