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derivatives and indefinate integrals - JeffG - 03-15-2002

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 - 03-15-2002

four come to mind.

Hp49G
Ti-89
Hp48G series (nearly = to 49g with free software)
Casio FX 2.0

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) - 03-15-2002

As Ron's response indicates (and I learned), there are
calculators that return functions for derivatives and
indefinite integrals, although IMHO if you're going to do
this, give it up and use Mathematica. You'll be glad you
did.

Best regards,

Ion Abraham
Albuquerque, New Mexico


Re: derivatives and indefinate integrals - Thibaut.be - 03-15-2002

I IMHO would definitely recommend the 49G, though the 48 series are very good for that but much slower.