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derivatives and indefinate integrals  JeffG  03152002 Are there any calulators for calculus that can solve indefinate integrals, or perform differentiation? I'm looking to input a function and get the result as a function, not as a value. Thanks,
Jeff
Re: derivatives and indefinate integrals  Ron Ross  03152002 four come to mind.
Hp49G There might be others I have overlooked, perhaps Sharp also has a CAS type calc available.
Re: derivatives and indefinite integrals  Ion Abraham (New Mexico USA)  03152002 As Ron's response indicates (and I learned), there are Best regards,
Ion Abraham Re: derivatives and indefinate integrals  Thibaut.be  03152002 I IMHO would definitely recommend the 49G, though the 48 series are very good for that but much slower.
