Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator,

Available Online, and also in the

By David Alderoty, January, 2010 Email RunDavid@Verizon.net

This website provides an Integral Calculus Calculator that solves integrals, with five terms, or less.  The calculator also illustrates the steps to solve integrals yourself, with pencil and paper.  The online version is presented below.  If you want the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator in the Excel or OpenOffice.org formats, scroll all the way down beneath the online calculator.

 Delete the numbers highlighted in green, and enter your own numbers. Then left click on the yellow background or the Calculation button. C = 10 d = f = g = h = m = D = F = G = H = M = The green input boxes with lowercase letters (d, f, g, h, m) are for Exponents.Scroll to the left, if your screen does not display the entire page. A = The red numbers are calculated results. (C+DXd+FXf+GXg+HXh+MXm)dX = B = Now you try it! The calculations are carried out as follows: (Scroll to the left, if yourScreen configuration is not wide enough to display all of the calculations.) This is equal to the following, (in terms of the numbers you entered for A and B) CX + DXd+1 + FXf+1 + GXg+1 + HXh+1 + MXm+1 = d+1 f+1 g+1 h+1 m+1 The red numbers, on the blue background, below, are calculated results, for each term in the integral. A CA + DAd+1 + FAf+1 + GAg+1 + HAh+1 + MAm+1 = "0" d+1 f+1 g+1 h+1 m+1 Above are the calculations for the A value, and below are the calculations for the B value. CB + DBd+1 + FBf+1 + GBg+1 + HBh+1 + MBm+1 = "0" d+1 f+1 g+1 h+1 m+1 B A Below are the total calculated results for the A and B values This is the completed calculated result. The B value is on the right, and it is subtracted from the A value. This result is also displayed on the upper section of this page. - = B

Integral Calculus Calculator

In the Excel and OpenOffice Format

Note, the following are provided absolutely free of charge. They are not trials with a time limit.

If you want the Five Term integral calculus calculator in all of the above formats, left click on these words.  This is downloaded in a single folder.

Instructions For The

Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator

Note: The Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator is very wide, and to see all of it, with most screen configurations, you must scroll to the right.

The Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator is not difficult to use.  Start by deleting the numbers in the 11 green input boxes on top of the calculator, and the numbers in the two long green boxes, on the illustration of the Integral.  Then enter your own numbers.  Note, the input boxes with lowercase letters (d, f, g, h, m) are for Exponents.  If the integral you want to solve has less than five terms, put zeros (0) in all the unneeded green input boxes.

To obtain calculated results, for the online version left click on the yellow background, or press the calculation button. For the Excel and OpenOffice versions, press the enter key or left click with the mouse on the yellow background, to obtain calculated results.

If you want to see the steps and related mathematics, needed to solve the integral yourself, scroll down to the lowest section of the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator.  This section of the Calculator illustrates the step-by-step solution with the numbers you entered, (in the green boxes on top of the Calculator).  This makes it easy to practice solving integrals.  However, if you are not engaged in the formal study of basic calculus, or are not at all familiar with calculus, you probably will not be able to understand the steps presented by the illustrations, with out help from a mathematics instructor.

Number Crunching Ability Of The

Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator

The Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator in all three formats, online, Excel, and OpenOffice, can calculate extraordinarily large or extremely small numbers, with over 300 digits.  Numbers that have many digits are displayed in scientific notation.  The letter E is used to designate scientific notation.  The online version uses a lowercase e, and the Excel and OpenOffice versions use an uppercase E.  This format is illustrated in the following examples.

Examples of the Display of Very Large Numbers

By the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator

1000000000000000000000 is displayed as 1e+21.  The 21, with a plus sign, (+) represents the number of decimal places after the first digit. This can be clarified by counting the 21 red highlighted digits in the following: 1000000000000000000000

1456789666666890000000 is displayed as 1.45678966666689e+21. The 21 represents the number of decimal places after the first digit. This can be seen by counting the digits highlighted in red as follows: 1456789666666890000000

Examples of How Very Small Numbers

Are Displayed by the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator

0.000000000000000000001 is displayed as 1e-21. With this example, 21 with the minus sign represent the number of decimal places after the decimal point, as indicated by the 21 digits highlighted in red as follows: 0.000000000000000000001

The number 0.0000000000000000000067987 is displayed as 6.7987e-21. Note the 21 with the minus sign (-) represent the number of decimal places after the decimal point. This becomes clear by counting the digits highlighted in red as follows: 0.0000000000000000000067987

Astronomically Large Numbers, and The

Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator.

When large numbers, with approximately 306 digits or greater are calculated you will usually get an error message, such as NaN, #NUM! or #VALUE!

Infinitesimally Small Numbers and the

When calculated results are infinitesimally small, (such as 1e-350) the calculator will round the number down to 0 (zero).

Entering Very Large and Very Small Numbers, Into the Green Input Boxes, of the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator

The green input boxes can hold numbers with over 300 digits.  However, if you enter more than 15 digits, you will not be able to see the entire number, but this will not affect the accuracy of calculated results.  If you enter more than 21 digits the calculator will usually convert the number to scientific notation, which will make the entire number visible.

Note, when calculating very large and very small numbers, you should press the button marked Delete Everything after completing each calculation. If this is not done the calculator might get jammed up, which can be solved by left clicking on the Delete Everything button.

When There Is No Calculated Result

There are certain number combinations that will produce no calculated result, whether the mathematics is done manually or with the calculator.  One example is when an exponent is NOT a positive or negative integer, or zero, the values in the input boxes, with the designation A and B, must be positive to obtain a calculated result. See the input boxes with the A and B designation on the Five Term Integral Calculus Calculator to clarify the above.  For example, if you enter an exponent of= 1.01, A= -2, and B=1, the calculator will display an error message.  If you perform such calculations by hand, it becomes obvious why there are no calculated results, based on real numbers.

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