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scrnGC2: Calc Input
scrnGC3: f(x) Plot Input
scrnGC4: g(x) Plot Input
The inputs above will be hidden when the program finally gets launched. Currently, I am not hiding them even when you close the calculator. The purpose of the inputs is to help in debugging. This allows you to enter simple code on the calculator screen but the program translates the input to javascript math. Give it a try and see if you notice any obvious problems or have suggestions for improvements.
Calculus Viewer Requirement
asciiMathML Sample Code Valid HTML 4.0 Transitional
In order to properly display the calculus excercises on this site, you will need Internet Explorer 6+ with MathPlayer installed, or Mozilla/Firefox/Netscape 7+ with MathML fonts installed.

The ASCIIMath syntax and javascripts used herein, were developed by Peter Jipsen (Chapman University). Additional information can be found at his ASCIIMath Homepage.  Most of the syntax needed to provide answers for this site is shown below.  If you would like a more extensive tutorial, please see James Gray's asciiMathML Tutorial.  Return to this page at any time via the asciiMathML HELP icon at the left.

Input Output Input Output Input Output
\`2 times 5\` `2 times 5` \`x^2\` `x^2` \`lim_(x->infty)(1/x)\` `lim_(x->infty)(1/x)`
\`3*5\` `3*5` \`pir^2\` `pir^2` \`dx/dy\` `dx/dy`
\`1/2\` `1/2` \`e^(x//3)\` `e^(x//3)` \`int_0^5x\ dx\` `int_0^5x\ dx`
\`f@g(x)\` `f@g(x)` \`sqrt(x)\` `sqrt(x)` \`sum_(k=1)^n k\` `sum_(k=1)^n k`
\`x_(mn)\` `x_(mn)` \`root(x)(2y)\` `root(x)(2y)` \`[(1,2),(3,4)]\` `[(1,2),(3,4)]`

Type into textarea at left using  \`  or  \$  delimiters. Output will appear here.

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