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Mar 5, 2005 | 3:56 AM EST

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This is three graphing calculators in one.

Function: A normal graphing calculator not unlike the kind that you find in a TI-83. It allows you to graph most functions in the form of y=.

Relation: A type of graphing calculator that can graph almost any kind of function; In this type of graphing calculator, the formula you are trying to graph doesn't have to be a function (obey the vertical-line rule) or be in y= form. Be aware though, that with high increment and line width settings this calculator can really slow down your computer.

Polar: This graphing calculator graphs functions on the polar coordinate system, where an ordered point consists of an angle and a directed distance (radius). Functions are in the form R=.

If there is any more information that you need, there is a good help section that can be reached by pressing the 'menu' button in the middle of each calculators' equation bar. These calculators can all utilize trigonometric functions such as sine(put s before value) cosine(put c) tangent (put t) and logarithm(put l). hope you all enjoy it! Any constructive criticism will be happily accepted.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This saved so much time!
Good job, man!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

great but slow

slower than a caulator but more fun


Rated 3 / 5 stars

sort of useful

Is there a way to speed this up? Because is takes hours just to graph 5x=2y


Rated 2 / 5 stars


nice system. it works, and that's cool, but it takes about 200 times longer trhan using a normal calculator to graph. it is solid, but there isn't really a reason for a flash graph calculator. you could try making some bombing game or war thing using graphing to plug in arcs or something. like a math game. idk, but you've got yourself there some solid workmanship.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow, that's amazing!

That's crazy you got a graphing calculator in Flash! Nice job, ma'.