# Microsoft Mathematics 4.0.1108.0

Learn to solve equations step-by-step

- LICENSE TYPE:
- Freeware
- FILE SIZE:
- 17.5 MB
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
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- CATEGORY:
- C: \ Others \ Home & Education

Microsoft Mathematics is a software designed to help you learn equations in a user-friendly environment.

The interface of the program is clean and intuitive. In the "Worksheet" area you can type an expression on the lower part of the screen and press the "Enter" button to process it.

Results are instantly displayed above this area. For each equation you can edit the entry or view keyboard equivalents.

Furthermore, you can plot an equation or function in the "Graphing" tab (2D or 3D, Cartesian or Polar), as well as insert a data set, parametric functions and inequalities.

On the left side of the screen, you can use the calculator pad to input shortcuts for complex numbers, calculus (e.g. partial derivatives, indefinite integrals), statistics (e.g. geometric means, permutations), trigonometry, linear algebra (e.g. matrix insertions, transpositions) and standard elements (e.g. expand, slope, pi). Also, you can create a "favorite buttons" group.

In addition, you can use the "Undo" and "Redo" buttons, as well as initiate a triangle solver, equation solver, unit converter, formulas and equations (e.g. geometry, physics, chemistry, laws of exponents, logarithm properties, constants).

Plus, you can save data in the Microsoft Mathematics format, change the interface skin and color scheme, disable the calculator pad, view stored variables, zoom, and more.

The program uses a pretty high amount of system resources and contains a comprehensive help file (also includes a glossary). We haven't encountered any kind of problems during our tests and we strongly recommend Microsoft Mathematics to teachers or students.

The interface of the program is clean and intuitive. In the "Worksheet" area you can type an expression on the lower part of the screen and press the "Enter" button to process it.

Results are instantly displayed above this area. For each equation you can edit the entry or view keyboard equivalents.

Furthermore, you can plot an equation or function in the "Graphing" tab (2D or 3D, Cartesian or Polar), as well as insert a data set, parametric functions and inequalities.

On the left side of the screen, you can use the calculator pad to input shortcuts for complex numbers, calculus (e.g. partial derivatives, indefinite integrals), statistics (e.g. geometric means, permutations), trigonometry, linear algebra (e.g. matrix insertions, transpositions) and standard elements (e.g. expand, slope, pi). Also, you can create a "favorite buttons" group.

In addition, you can use the "Undo" and "Redo" buttons, as well as initiate a triangle solver, equation solver, unit converter, formulas and equations (e.g. geometry, physics, chemistry, laws of exponents, logarithm properties, constants).

Plus, you can save data in the Microsoft Mathematics format, change the interface skin and color scheme, disable the calculator pad, view stored variables, zoom, and more.

The program uses a pretty high amount of system resources and contains a comprehensive help file (also includes a glossary). We haven't encountered any kind of problems during our tests and we strongly recommend Microsoft Mathematics to teachers or students.

Microsoft Mathematics was reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on May 8th, 2013

Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 2003 / 2008

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