Eigenmath DS v1.0

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  1. Another World
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    [​IMG] Eigenmath DS v1.0
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    Eigenmath is an algebra system for Nintendo DS. The aim of this application is to offer a free alternative to functions found on calculators.

    Features:
    -Natural result display two-dimensional mathematical form.
    -Manipulation of mathematical expressions in symbolic form.
    -Plotting graphs and parametric plots of functions in two dimensions.
    -Simplification to the smallest possible expression.
    -Solution of linear equations
    -Differentiation.
    -Indefinite and definite integration, including multidimensional integrals.
    -Matrix operations including products, inverses, etc.



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  2. Whiternoise

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    Oohhh symbolic calculus.. got to give this a try [​IMG]
     
  3. Zamo

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    Wow, the speed that this app integrates really impresses me, it's awesome!
     
  4. jos7960

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    And awesome use of the touch screen!
     
  5. kitkatneko

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    this is wonderbar! thanks!
     
  6. xxRAG3

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    Have to try this.
     
  7. Kevin242

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    Is it me or does this app look like it's running on an Amiga?
     
  8. paul3100

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    It does now that you mention it !

    Though if your going to use anything to copy then the amiga is a good choice .

    AS for this app i wouldn't have a clue how to use it lol , maths wasn't my strong point.

    paul
     
  9. Mbmax

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  10. hergipotter

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    Very impressive Application!

    Will help me a lot 8)
     
  11. cutterjohn

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    Now this IS NICE.

    I'm trying to recall if that library in the HP48 (and above) was ever open sourced or not, which might be helpful for this project. (The library was originally written as a helpful addon for the HP48, then HP hired the guy that wrote to add it officially to the HP48 and above. It MAY not be all that useful as it MAY have made heavy use of already builtin mathematical functions of the original HP48 library, which seriousluy significantly better than anything that TI has come up with, plus for the bonus round it's RPN native!)

    I'll try to remember to track it down and post a link, IIRC the guy who wrote the lib was French, a mathematics professor too IIRC or maybe a physicist...