They only ever give me the equation and say “with n = 8”. Next i tried TNT, it gives options as a finance entity, chemical compound so i choose chemical compound and i get the forumula, structure, IUPAC name and properties. Just want to ask are those values fed in database or calculated in real time and then cached. What a informative post Step-by-Step Math in wolfram alpha blog. wondering what’s going on thanks When I enter y” 4y=(x^2-3)sin(2x), I cannot see the steps.
Can you solve this; Ten not necessarily distinct positive integers have the property that if all but one are added, the positive results are 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 90, and 92. David What a informative post Step-by-Step Math in wolfram alpha blog. this would be helpful because I also did it by hand and I got a different answer (the one given from Wolfram is correct).
WS The computations this can do are very impressive, especially with integration. I don’t know what to say thay you guys at Wolfram|Alpha really did a greeeeeaaat job making this such amazing engine into operation.
However, i wish there was a way to modify the input to perform integrals according to specific methods i.e. Does anyone know if this as the ability, or does it have to be done specifically in a notebook? I think it’d be really cool if we could save problems that we’ve done, if need be. I just wonder how math student use this engine on their exams. Solving maths problems in a search engine that even show steps and people thought google was the best, not anymore. Thanks for sharing a very informative blog…thanks a lot…………. pretty much any derivative i try to calculate it gives me the answer but i cant see the steps.
Visit the Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day Gallery for examples of how you can use Wolfram|Alpha as a learning tool for other subjects. I would like to see the interface enhanced so I could enter several math problems at once (for example: Chapter 7, problems 1-19 (odd)) and have the output in a printable / customizable format (ie a script font that looks like my handwriting). Thanks :) That would be really sweet, but that would require going through all the textbooks in all the high schools of the country and it recognizing where you are to base your school district and analyzing the textbook that that district uses. They were amused because it is inefficient: it equates to zero first and then isolates the variable.
(Please keep it that way…) This is mostly curiosity, but why is there now a post about this feature?
Below is a math problem solver that lets you input a wide variety of calculus problems and it will provide the final answer for free. The version below will show you the final answer only.
You'll see a button "View steps" and this takes you to the developer's site where you can purchase the full version of the solver (where you can see the steps).
By utilizing ’s powerful pattern-matching capabilities, Wolfram|Alpha’s developers have morphed these rules into a platform for breaking down and structuring the solutions to complicated problems, which closely mimics the ways by which a human would solve problems of these natures.
The “Show steps” feature allows you to learn basic mathematics on your own, or it can simply be a nice way to check your work!