Free derivation programme?

1. Aug 31, 2007

kasse

For integration I've found this one: http://integrals.wolfram.com/index.jsp

Last edited: Aug 31, 2007
2. Aug 31, 2007

leon1127

maxima

3. Aug 31, 2007

nicktacik

Last edited: Sep 1, 2007
4. Sep 1, 2007

Gib Z

www.calc101.com has integrals, derivative, polynomial division, partial fractions, graphs and many other things, including tutorials on how to do them.

5. Sep 1, 2007

Eighty

You can actually use this one for differentiating. Type D[f,y] into the box, where f is the function you want to differentiate with respect to y. You'll get the answer multiplied by x.

Example: D[Exp[y^2],y] -> 2 y Exp[y^2] x, so the derivative is 2 y Exp[y^2].

6. Sep 1, 2007

7. Sep 1, 2007

Integral

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Everyone comes equiped with one... It is sitting on your shoulders.

8. Sep 1, 2007

Maxima

Ditto.