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Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator
Wabbitemu TI Calculator Emulator Developed By Spencer Putt, Chris Shappell, and James Montelongo For Windows and Mac OS X and Android From the project site: Wabbitemu – An accurate emulator/debugger for the TI73, TI81, TI82, TI83, TI83+(SE), TI84+(SE), TI84+CSE, TI85, … Continue reading
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Solve Differential Equations with Wolfram Alpha
Wolfram Alpha now solves differential equations with stepbystep solutions! They describe the new feature accordingly: WolframAlpha has become wellknown for its ability to perform stepbystep math in a variety of areas. Today we’re pleased to introduce a new member to this family: … Continue reading
WolframAlpha – Plotting Functions and Graphs in WolframAlpha
The WolframAlpha blog has published some information on plotting functions with WolframAlpha. The plots come out quite nice whether 2D, 3D, or contour, and you don’t need to install any software to do some quick plots. Plotting Functions and Graphs in … Continue reading
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Andie Graph
Here’s a great TI emulator for your Android device. You will have to download your own ROM, but it works great. Andie GraphGet a TI82, TI83, TI85, AND TI86 emulator for your phone!ROM NOT INCLUDED. Due to a request from … Continue reading
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Microsoft Mathematics 4.0
Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 is a free mathematics program from Microsoft (if you couldn’t already tell that from the name) for Windows. It is definitely a better upgrade to the standard windows calculator, and keeps a notebook of calculations/graphs. It is more geared … Continue reading
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HP48 Emulator for Android
For those of you who just loved your RPN HP48 graphing calculator and have an android phone, this app is for you. Just looking at the screen brings back memories. The developers have faithfully recreated the original calculator’s look and feel. If … Continue reading
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RealCalc Scientific Calculator
RealCalc Scientific Calculator for Android is made by Quartic Software. This is a great standard scientific calculator which only shows one entry at a time. There is also a setting for RPN functionality. This is a great substitute if you want to leave … Continue reading
GraphCalc The Ultimate Windows 2D/3D Graphing Calculator Software
This week, The Engineering Zone will feature calculator applications. One of my Favorite PC calculators is GraphCalc (also available for Linux). It is fast, easy, and you can use your number pad for input. Even though it was last updated … Continue reading
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WolframAlpha – Intro
WolframAlpha is becoming a more valuable tool for engineers practically every day. If you haven’t used it before, you should definitely check it out. Their goals are summarized on their info page: Goals WolframAlpha’s longterm goal is to make all systematic knowledge … Continue reading
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Welcome to The Engineering Zone
Welcome to The Engineering Zone. This is our first official post. If you have any information or articles to share, you can post it in the comments. Comments also support markup for equations for those technical topics. For example if … Continue reading