MatServer Calculus Table
MatServer Calculus Table
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MatServer Calculus Table1.0

26 December 2005

Find calculus integrals fast and easy.

Overview

A mathematical program especially designed for mathematics and engineering students to help them find calculus integrals fast and easy. The MatServer Program contains over 30 of the most popular integrals that engineers, and mathematicians are likely to encounter in their daily designs and theorems.

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1 Reviews of MatServer Calculus Table

Marthi
26 December 2005
Version: 1.0

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This piece of software is unacceptable. In the table for a+bx alone, there are two errors in the results (twice a factor 1/b^2 instead of 1/b^3), plus one error on one of the buttons (a missing slash), and I did not continue checking anymore; I simply had enough. Obviously the author did not check his software. The entire software gives the impression of an amateur job. The output is very crude. I recommend the tables of integrals to be found in any math handbook for a far better value. The table also should contain the integral of Log(x), as there is one empty slot, given the author knows this integral. Hint to the author: partial integration: the constant factor 1 is integrated, and Log(x) is differentiated.
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Marthi
26 December 2005
Version: 1.0
This piece of software is unacceptable. In the table for a+bx alone, there are two errors in the results (twice a factor 1/b^2 instead of 1/b^3), plus one error on one of the buttons (a missing slash), and I did not continue checking anymore; I simply had enough. Obviously the author did not check his software. The entire software gives the impression of an amateur job. The output is very crude. I recommend the tables of integrals to be found in any math handbook for a far better value. The table also should contain the integral of Log(x), as there is one empty slot, given the author knows this integral. Hint to the author: partial integration: the constant factor 1 is integrated, and Log(x) is differentiated.
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