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Online Full Graphing Calculator

Online Full Graphing Calculator

Online Full Graphing Calculator

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Graphing Calculator X has a formidable reputation of being the FREE alternative to heavy complex hardware calculators. It is suitable for all types of users, whether they are looking to carry out basic or complex mathematics; It is equipped with a powerful MATH CORE advocated by MATH DISPLAY support, which increases its functionality by leaps and bounds, making it an ideal choice for engineers, math students etc. It comes with an in depth User Manual and Tutorial to answer any questions you have, regarding the app and to help you further understand the world of advanced mathematics. I only needed this app for a few minutes I’m in 8th grade and need a graphing calculator for 1 lesson I’m not a school and have to do this lesson online. It was working great until I tried to do an equation then it said I needed to purchase this app to complete the equation. I understand that $5 isn’t a lot compared to the $100 or more ones but when you need it for 20minutes or less to complete the homework I don’t think you should have to pay. I know they need money and stuff but at least let your customers have a trial or something in the future. Just a suggestion but I think it would improve the app and more people would want to buy it. I know when I get free trials I find the full potential of the app and am more likely to purchase it. I really don’t mean for this to be rude it’s just a suggestion you can take it if you want but if you don’t I don’t care.

At first I thought this app was an amazing calculator and loved that it was customizable, I got a free trial and was unable to cancel when my phone stopped working for a week when I dropped it in water so I got charged. I wasn’t too upset that I accidentally bought it for a year until now. I used to use the graphing features for my math class but now that I’m using it for exponents it often gives me the wrong calculations. For my Chemistry class we need a calculator during class and for tests and my final calculations have been wrong. I’ve shown my teacher what I’m inputting and all my steps are correct and it’s the app that occasionally will give the wrong calculations. This doesn’t happen all the times, but it’s very upsetting to know I paid for a calculator that isn’t guaranteed to give me the proper accurate calculations all the time. I truly believed the calculator app was going to be a great substitute I would recommend, but it’s unreliable and for that reason I would not 100% suggest it to others. I paid 29 dollars to have this forever. And compared to playing 100$ for a real one that’s a pretty good deal. bUt, I’ve run into some issues with the calculator. Specifically when solving lengthy equations, it never carries the negative through the problem. For example, if I were to put in -3•4 I would get -12, but then I multiply my answer by 8, (-12•8) and it would give me positive 96, rather than -96. This has caused a few issues on some assignments for me but once I figured out what was happening it was pretty easy to continue. I also have a hard time looking at graphs when I graph them. I’ll put my equations into the Y= and it will graph fine, but I can never see the full graph, and because of that I can’t find the intersections and all that. Other than that it works pretty good, I just try to use it for the more basic stuff that my phone’s calculator can’t do. (Source: apps.apple.com)

 

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