The Algebraic Integral Calculator
A Very Unusual Calculation Device
Created By David@TechForText.com, ©2010
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The online version of the Algebraic Integral Calculator is embedded in this webpage, four paragraphs below. The download links for the spreadsheet versions of the Calculator are just below the online version. However, you should read the following before you use the Algebraic Integral Calculator, because it is a very unusual device, but it is easy to use.
What Makes The Algebraic Integral Calculator So Unusual
Generally, integrals are solved for the area under the curve, which is represented by M on the Algebraic Integral Calculator. However, the Algebraic Integral Calculator solves for the value of B, and the user must provide the values for A, n, and M (see the integral above). This is useful for checking homework, and similar calculations, after you calculated the area under the curve manually. The Algebraic Integral Calculator checks its own calculations a fraction of a second after it has calculated the value for B, by calculating the area under the curve using B, A, and n.
The Algebraic Integral Calculator has a built-in error checking device, and two extremely sensitive devices that provide readouts indicating the level of computer calculation error. One of these devices indicates percent of error, and the other indicates percent of accuracy. If there is a significant level of inaccuracy, in a calculation, the error-checking device displays an error message, instead of calculated results. This happens when numbers are extremely large or extremely small, when the exponent is excessively large, or when there is no calculated results for the numbers that were entered.
Algebraic Integral Calculator,
The spreadsheet versions of the Algebraic Integral Calculator require either Microsoft Excel, or the OpenOffice.org software package. In addition, Microsoft Windows is required for the spreadsheet versions.
Note: If you do not have Microsoft Excel, download the OpenOffice.org software package, because it is free and it is almost as good as the Microsoft Office suite. To download go to www.OpenOffice.org or left click on these words.
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Note: The ideas on this website and the Algebraic Integral Calculator are technical, and they require knowledge of calculus. In addition, some familiarity with spreadsheets and computer technology is also needed for maximum comprehension.
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