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Thread: Equation Wizard
2007-03-10, 01:47 #1
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Equation Wizard v1.0 can be found here.
In their own words:
<hr>So, the program automatically solves algebraic equations written in any form. It means that you do not have to make any preliminary calculations or study the equation. Just type the equation in the program the way you see it in your textbook or notebook. Thanks to its artificial intelligence, the program will analyze the equation and step by step reduce it to a canonical form.
At the same time, the final solving looks so natural as if it was made by an experienced mathematician. Each step of the solving has an explanation so you will even be able to learn how to solve algebraic equations yourself if you just view results in Equation Wizard. After the equation is reduced to a canonical form, the solver determines its order and finds its roots. And it can be any equation - linear, square, cubic or, for instance, of the seventh power. Equation Wizard finds both real and imaginary roots in order to give you the most comprehensive solving...<hr>
The program is <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> of charge but they will also accept a payment if you care to send one. My own experience with this program is just okay. It has solved almost everything that my trig child has thrown it's way but it did give an incorrect solution to one problem (see attachment). I dropped a line to tech support and after two weeks they have been non-responsive.
So, the purpose of this post is twofold: I wanted to make loungers aware of a free equation wizard and to see if others had a different / better program to recommend.- Ricky
2007-03-10, 02:34 #2
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Re: Equation Wizard
I'll give this one a whirl Ricky.
[Edited] - It appears to be a trial/ demo - only able to solve 30 equations before ????
> Equation Wizard finds both real and imaginary roots in order to give you the most comprehensive solving...
I can't see any output for non-real equation roots.
It appears to have introduced an extra (4x + 8) term in these steps: