Graphing Calculator MathlabPRO
5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- It does whatever you may need
- Smooth UI
- No complaints
+ By Mathlab Apps, LLC
A comprehensive scientific calculator app
Yes, your droid comes with a calculator and you might even already have an additional calculator app. However, if you are surviving high school or are in any scientific degree in college, those toy calculators aren't enough. You need to solve quadratic equations and polynomials and vectors and matrixes and draw graphs and all that odd Math stuff we mere mortals can't understand. Perhaps you need to save it all and bring it with you to your PC.
Graphing Calculator is an insanely complete app, thought for helping any need any algebra student may need. It also comes with a smooth interface and a supporting website and email address.
This pro version comes free of ads and can be run offline.
Multiple functions on a graph, polar graphs, graphing of implicit functions and parametric equations, inequalities. Displays function values and slopes, roots, extremes, intersections. Algebra, polynomials, polynomial equation solving, matrix and vector operations, fractions, derivatives, complex numbers and more. Shows results as you type. Use navigation menu to switch between modes.
Help site with instructions and examples: http://help.mathlab.us
If you have a question, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
* 3D graphs
* Save constants, functions and expressions in the library
* Internet is not required
* No advertisements
* arithmetic expressions +,-,*,/,÷
* square root, cube and higher roots (hold root key)
* exponent, logarithms (ln, log)
* trigonometric functions sin π/2, cos 30°, ...
* hyperbolic functions sinh, cosh, tanh, ... (hold "e" key to switch)
* inverse functions (hold direct function key)
* complex numbers, all functions support complex arguments
* derivatives sin x' = cos x, ... (hold x^n key)
* scientific and engineering notation (enable in settings)
* percent mode
* result rounding
* save/load history
* multiple functions graphing
* implicit functions up to 2nd degree (ellipse 2x^2+3y^2=1, etc.)
* polar graphs (r=cos2θ)
* parametric functions, enter each on new line (x=cos t, y=sin t)
* function roots and critical points on a graph, tap legend to turn on and off (top left corner), use menu to display as a list
* graph intersections (x^2=x+1)
* inequalities graphing
* tracing function values and slopes
* move graphs with your finger
* pinch to zoom
* fullscreen graphs in landscape orientation
* function tables
* save graphs as images
* save tables as csv
* simple and complex fractions 1/2 + 1/3 = 5/6
* mixed numbers, use space to enter values 3 1/2
* linear equations x+1=2 -> x=1
* quadratic equations x^2-1=0 -> x=-1,1
* approximate roots of higher polynomials
* systems of linear equations, write one equation per line, x1+x2=1, x1-x2=2
* inequalities solving
* polynomial long division
* polynomial expansion, factoring
* matrix and vector operations
* dot product (hold *), cross product
* determinant, inverse, norm, transpose, trace
* user defined constants and functions (PRO)
* save/load expressions
2D scatter plots, enter coordinates in square brackets [0 1 2 3], select checkbox to show linear regression.
New functions min(), max(), gcd(), lcm(), mod(), round(), ceil(), floor(), trunc(), enter from latin keyboard.
It's the goods
A damn calculator costs over 10 times this price, and the free version worked offline, keep up the great work. PS: fraction answer option would be nice, along with standard engineering constants. I see another user suggesting this and I saw your reply, but waiting for implementation.... Again brilliant app
This app is approaching the capabilities of a graphing calculator costing over $100.
I like it. It does everything I want. The only problem is sometimes it can take me several minutes to figure out how to do things.
Wish there was a mode where it wasn't quite so good, as it makes you a bit too lazy and you can trial and error your way to certain solutions too easily when you should know the proper methodology instead.
Easy to use.