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X(PLORE)—formerly called The
Calculus Calculator—is designed to perform
simple operations, and yet has the power to
perform complex mathematical operations including
those encountered in calculus,precalculus, advanced mathematics, as well as
calculations for engineering, physics,
chemistry and biology.
evaluates mathematical
expressions, graph functions, solves
equations, and computes integrals and
derivatives.
available for use on a MAC or
MSDOS compatible computer—on desktop or
laptop, with hard or floppy disk.
is completely programmable in a
language much like Pascal and can perform
any algorithm that can be written in a
traditional programming language.
provides complete printer support
for both dotmatrix and laser printers. All
input formulas and results, including
graphs in two and threedimensions, can be
printed.
features a 200page manual that
explains all features in detail, and
includes many sample solved problems.
offers ease of use. Users enter
expressions just as they would ordinarily
write them. Online help is also available.
includes a host of advanced
features as: lists; indexed sums and
products; statistical functions; equation
solving in several variables; complex
numbers; binary and hexadecimal
calculations; advanced graphics commands;
usercontrol of tolerance constants in
integration and equationsolving.
1. Before You Begin.
2. Introduction to X(PLORE).
3. Calculating with X(PLORE).
4. Programming with X(PLORE).
5. Technical Notes.
6. Applications.
Appendix 1: Commands.
Appendix 2: Error Messages.
Index.
