
This is the Exponential Algebraic Calculator,
and it solves equations similar to: AX^{v}+BX^{v}+KX^{v}+DX^{v}+EX^{v} = W 


To use this Calculator, rearrange your
equation, if necessary, so that it is similar to the above.
Then enter the numbers of the equation you want to solve, in terms
of v, A, B, K, D, E, and W in the corresponding white input boxes.
You can enter zeros for A, B, K, D or E if your equation has less
terms than the above. If your equation is linear enter 1 for
v. (The value of v can be negative or positive, as well as
a fraction, represented by a decimal.) For
calculated results, left click on the yellow background or press the enter
key. 


AX^{v}+BX^{v}+KX^{v}+DX^{v}+EX^{v} = W. 


Exponent 
v = 







A = 







B = 







K = 







D = 







E = 







W = 





The calculated results for X_{1} and X_{2} are presented
below. 




X_{1}
= 






Negative Value of X, which is: 1(X_{1})= X_{2} 




X_{2}
= 




The above results are rounded to 

decimal places 


You can change the number of decimal places of
X_{1} and X_{2} by deleting the blue
number ABOVE, and entering the number of decimal places you prefer.



In this green section, errorchecking is
carried out. The values displayed below for
X_{1} and X_{2} are NOT rounded down,
because they are used to check for calculation errors, by substituting
into the equation you entered. 


The value you entered for W is
rounded to the number of decimal places indicated below, for the
errorchecking calculations. The rounded version of W is
represented by Wr in the
following calculations. 


(W is rounded to 

decimal places) = Wr = 



Not rounded: X_{1 }=
.




W_{c} = A(X_{1})^{v}+B(X_{1})^{v} +K(X_{1})^{v}+D(X_{1})^{v}+E(X_{1})^{v
}= . 



The error for X_{1} is Wr  Wc
=.




Not rounded: X_{2 }=.




W_{nc
}= A(X_{2})^{v}+B(X_{2})^{v}+K(X_{2})^{v}+D(X_{2})^{v}+E(X_{2})^{v }=.




The error for X_{2} is WrW_{nc}
=.




The above calculations are rounded to 

decimal places 

You can change the number of decimal places for
the errorchecking calculations by deleting the blue number above, and
entering the number of decimal places you prefer. If you
enter a number that is too large, you will see rounding errors in the
errorchecking display boxes, consisting of numbers that are slightly
above or below zero, such as 9.8987e21 (This number is in scientific
notation.) 
