X(PLORE) IBM for DOS Book/Disk, 1/e
Published February, 1993 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics
Copyright 1993, 288 pp.
Paper Bound with Disk
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X(PLORE)formerly called The
Calculus Calculatoris designed to perform
simple operations, and yet has the power to
perform complex mathematical operations including
those encountered in calculus,pre-calculus, advanced mathematics, as well as
calculations for engineering, physics,
chemistry and biology.
expressions, graph functions, solves
equations, and computes integrals and
available for use on a MAC or
MS-DOS compatible computeron 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 dot-matrix and laser printers. All
input formulas and results, including
graphs in two- and three-dimensions, can be
features a 200-page 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. On-line 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;
user-control of tolerance constants in
integration and equation-solving.
1. Before You Begin.
2. Introduction to X(PLORE).
3. Calculating with X(PLORE).
4. Programming with X(PLORE).
5. Technical Notes.
Appendix 1: Commands.
Appendix 2: Error Messages.