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    Graphmatica

    is a powerful, easy-to-use, equation plotter with numerical and calculus features:

    * Win32 screen shot Graph Cartesian functions, relations, and inequalities, plus polar, parametric, and ordinary differential equations.
    * Up to 999 graphs on screen at once.
    * New data plotting and curve-fitting features.
    * Numerically solve and graphically display tangent lines and integrals.
    * Find critical points, solutions to equations, and intersections between Cartesian functions.
    * Print your graphs or copy to clipboard as bitmap or enhanced metafile in black-and-white or color.
    * On-line help and demo files make getting up to speed a snap.


    In summary, a great tool for students and teachers of anything from high-school algebra through college calculus.


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    Dicks, That is all.

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    While it does look cool I personally prefer either GeoGebra or TI's Software Suite for the Nspires since it emulates the exact functions you can have during exams / in school.

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    Looks old as fuck. Matlab ftw ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan View Post
    Looks old as fuck. Matlab ftw ?
    Requires learning of it's syntax afaik ... not that useful for your average student.