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Mathomatic is a portable, general purpose CAS (Computer Algebra System) that can symbolically solve, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, perform complex number and polynomial arithmetic, etc. It does some calculus and handles all algebra, except trigonometry and logarithms.
 
Mathomatic is a portable, general purpose CAS (Computer Algebra System) that can symbolically solve, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, perform complex number and polynomial arithmetic, etc. It does some calculus and handles all algebra, except trigonometry and logarithms.
  
 
Mathomatic is entirely hand-written in optimized C. All arithmetic is double precision floating point with 14 decimal digits accuracy.
 
Mathomatic is entirely hand-written in optimized C. All arithmetic is double precision floating point with 14 decimal digits accuracy.
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==Features==
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* Combine and solve algebraic equations.
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* Completely simplify and compare expressions.
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* Perform calculus transformations.
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* Help with series analysis.
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* Perform standard, complex number, and polynomial arithmetic.
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* Generate efficient C, Java, or Python code from equations.
  
 
==User guide==
 
==User guide==
Mathomatic is a symbolic interpreter that can:
 
:Combine and solve algebraic equations
 
:Completely simplify and compare expressions
 
:Perform calculus transformations
 
:Help with series analysis
 
:Perform standard, complex number, and polynomial arithmetic
 
:Generate efficient C, Java, or Python code from equations
 
 
 
User manual is provided in the file Doc/.
 
User manual is provided in the file Doc/.
  
 
==Credits==
 
==Credits==
Thanks to WinterMute for devkitpro http://devkitpro.org/
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Thanks to WinterMute for [http://devkitpro.org ​devkitpro].
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Thanks to [http://headkaze.drunkencoders.com HeadKaze] for his keyboard.
  
Thanks to HeadKaze for his keyboard http://headkaze.drunkencoders.com/
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==External links==
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* Author's website - http://blog.davr.org/category/nintendo-ds/mathomatic
  
[[Category:Homebrew applications]]
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[[Category:DS homebrew applications]]
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[[Category:Maths homebrews on DS]]

Latest revision as of 15:32, 14 November 2021

MathomaticDS
Mathomatic.png
General
AuthorDavr
Last Updated2006/11/11
TypeMath
Version2006
LicenseMixed
Links
Download
Website
Source

Mathomatic is a portable, general purpose CAS (Computer Algebra System) that can symbolically solve, simplify, combine, and compare algebraic equations, perform complex number and polynomial arithmetic, etc. It does some calculus and handles all algebra, except trigonometry and logarithms.

Mathomatic is entirely hand-written in optimized C. All arithmetic is double precision floating point with 14 decimal digits accuracy.

Features

  • Combine and solve algebraic equations.
  • Completely simplify and compare expressions.
  • Perform calculus transformations.
  • Help with series analysis.
  • Perform standard, complex number, and polynomial arithmetic.
  • Generate efficient C, Java, or Python code from equations.

User guide

User manual is provided in the file Doc/.

Credits

Thanks to WinterMute for ​devkitpro.

Thanks to HeadKaze for his keyboard.

External links