Calculus Problem Solver 1.0Free
Uses a wide variety of rules such as the constant, sum, factor, division, Sin, Cos, multiplication, etc. to solve the differentiation of arbitrary equations. Displays the solving process step-by-step and saves it along with the solution as a text file. Tests what you've learned with a quiz.
Solve any calculus differentiation problem with this calculus tutorial software.
Calculus differentiation and calculus tutorialCalculus Problem Solver can solve differentiation of any arbitrary equation and output the result. It can provide detailed step-by-step solutions to given differentiation problems in a tutorial-like format. On top of these, it can also initiate an interactive quiz in which you can solve differentiation while the computer corrects your solutions.
This software is useful for beginner calculus students and can be used to learn differentiation and even practice differentiation by using the interactive quiz.
Differentiation of input equations that can be solved by the following rules:
Constant Rule: d(C) = 0
Sum Rule: d(E1+E2)=d(E1)+d(E2)
Factor Rule: C*d(X)
Multiplication Rule: d(E1*E2)=d(E1)*E2+E1*d(E2)
Division Rule: d(E1/E2)=(d(E1)*E2-E1*d(E2))/(E2^2)
Power Rule: d(X^N)=N*X^(N-1)*d(X)
Exponential Rule: d(C^X)=ln(C)*C^X*d(X)
Sin Rule: d(sinX)=cosX*d(X)
Cos Rule: d(cosX)=-sinX*d(X)
Tan Rule: 1/((cosX)^2)*d(X)
Arcsin Rule: d(arcsinX)=1/((1-X^2)^0.5)*d(X)
Arctan Rule: d(arctanX)=1/(1+X^2)*d(X):
Detailed step-by-step solution by using the above formulas;
Interactive Quiz with multiple choice and fill-in-blank questions;
Save Solutions in Text Format;
Multiplatform (works on any machine that can handle Java Virtual Machine);