maths software

  malgall 19:04 07 Jun 2004

a friend of mine has been looking at a graphical calculators which can cost a lot
i am trying to see if you can get pc software thet will do mathmatics upto A-level and if possible degree

  VoG II 19:09 07 Jun 2004

Have you looked at the Power Calculator (Windows XP only) click here

  Fruit Bat 19:14 07 Jun 2004

click here try this not sure what it entails. I thought that's what fingers and toes were for.


  Wilham 20:11 07 Jun 2004

It is almost certainly out of your reach at present but the finest and most widely acclaimed maths' software on the market is Stephen Wolfram's Mathematica5.

Out-of-reach because the list price is around £2k. If you are at college you may have access to it through a university web site. Some USA campuses let you browse, though scope is limited.

What is also remarkable is the manual for Mathematica5.
It is hardback, nearly 1500pp, and a good buy as a source of maths/statistics formulae for any student, AO level to postgraduate.
This book was on offer under £30 from Amazon UK and I suggest you press your school or college to get a copy. Don't be palmed off with the earlier Mathematica4.

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