|Sep15-05, 09:18 AM||#1|
Does anyone know any software I can use to get help in physics, math, and circuits. I need to use these along with my text books.
|Sep15-05, 09:32 AM||#2|
Well, if you need help with math in general you can buy a CAS (computer-algebra-system) like Mathematica or Maple. Both provide detailed algebra, integration, and graphic tools. For physics, you can check out: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hph.html#hph
|Sep15-05, 09:45 AM||#3|
diff(x^2+2,x) or are they educational. WHen you enter a fuction in Mathematica, like one to differentiate an equation, does it just pop out the answer, or does it show the steps. I remeber seeing a website that shows steps when you enter and equation. I think they were using web Mathematica.
Wow, that website you gave has a plethora of data. Thanks.
I already have a CAS on my TI-89.
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