What Is The Math Website That Solves Problems
Wolfram|Alpha shows how to solve this equation by completing the square and then solving for Wolfram|Alpha can demonstrate step-by-step solutions over a wide range of problems.
This functionality will be expanded to include steps for solutions in other mathematical areas.
The equations I tend to use it for, usually says (step-by-step results unavailable’ anyway this feature is awesome, and I use it quite a lot to aid my learning. I wish I had this feature few years ago while studying at University.
I was solving a lot of math helping other students and raising my wellfare, and this feature would be dramatically useful.
It would be amazing to figure out where I made my mistake I have been using the “show steps” and it was working perfectly until a few days ago.
I too have been trying to take derivatives and the answers are correct, but it will not display the steps (I also have the i Pod app and the same problem is happening there.
Although I see that for some maths the site is now showing the steps again I cannot get the show steps for 2nd order ODE’s such as: 2y” y’ 3y = x^2 6 What would I need to type in to get the steps, or do they simply not show for this type of maths, or is the maths still not 100% working! When I enter integrate (3^x)/(4-9^x)dx, I cannot see the steps.
I just wanted to say, i’ve been with Wolfram alpha since the day it went public back in may 2009, and i have to say this site has helped me more though my advanced math classes than any calculator, textbook or teacher ever could. this would be helpful because I also did it by hand and I got a different answer (the one given from Wolfram is correct). Is there somewhere where we can check what functions have full or partial “step-by-step” functionality? And is there any step-by-step functionality in the algebra section?
(Please keep it that way…) This is mostly curiosity, but why is there now a post about this feature?
Hi To obtain the logarithm with a fraction as base you have to write the base without the 0 before the decimal point: Log .5 of (x^2 2x) To obtain a logarithm in base 1/2 Hope it helps, it sure took me a while :) Greets and thanks to the people behind WA!
If you try to solve a limit, but the left-handed limit and the right-handed limit are not the same, Wolfram Alpha gives both one-sided limits, but the “show steps” button doesn’t appear. Or to request only one of the one-sided limits and have the button appear? How could I input this equation to get a step by step process to solve this difference quotient? But wolfram simply spit back the equation back at me, not the solution.
Let’s try (–1): The step-by-step programs in Wolfram|Alpha rely on a combination of basic algorithms and heuristics including Gaussian elimination, l’Hôpital’s rule, and Bernoulli’s algorithm for rational integration.
These heuristics are a logical formulation of the natural methods used by humans for solving problems.