Calculus Calculator with Steps
Hello, Tom from everystepcalculus.com, everystepphysics.com. Don’t forget physics, either, in your schooling. I’m going to do two problems in calculus: a definite integral, and a log problem. I’ll show you the diversity of my programs. And my programs turn the titanium into a calculus calculator with steps. A calculus calculator with steps, that’s exactly what my programs do. So let’s do it. Index 8 to get to my main menu. We’re going to scroll down to definite integral in the D’s. Definite integral in X because you only see X in the problem, right? We’re going to enter the function. You have to press alpha before you enter anything into these entry lines. You’re going to press alpha, and we’re going to enter the function. 3 minus X to the cubed plus 4 times X. Now we show you what you’ve entered; you can change it if you want. I say it’s okay. I’m going to enter the range. Lower range is alpha minus 2. Upper range is alpha 2.
I say that’s okay also. And we integrate it, which is this right here. We’ve integrated each one of those terms, separated by plus or minus signs. And at the upper range, X equals 2. You add these into the you’re going to use, instead of quotation marks, you’re going to use parentheses around your additions into the main function. But it equals 10. And if X equals minus 2, the answer is minus 2. Upper minus lower is equal to 12 square
units. Pretty neat, huh? All right, we’re going to go back to the main menu. Number two: And we’re going to scroll down. Now this is in the L section, logs. So I’m going to do this quick. Behind the simulator here I can only use, I only have one essential finger to do this with. On your calculator, the titanium, you can hold the 2nd down with your thumb or finger and press this. It’ll go screen by screen and really go quick down
to logs. We have natural logs and all kinds diversity in my menus. I’ve done all the calculus problems, or most of the tests, of course. Nobody can do all of the calculus problems; there’s millions of derivations of that. Log problems, okay. We’re going to evaluate this log problem, number 3. We have to press 2nd alpha to get to the letter register to put log in. We’re going to enter the problem. We want to make, we have 2nd down here, but
we want to turn it to black like that. Then we can put the logs in there, so that’s—The letters appear over the numbers, you can see them. And then we’re going to go back to numbers, which erases that black mark there, indication. And we’re going to put 3 parentheses 1 divided by 27. Close off the parenthesis. And I show you what you’ve entered. It looks pretty good to me. We’re going to press 1, and here’s the answer step-by-step. In other words, if you on your calculator, if you put 3 to the exponent minus 3, you’re going to come up with 127. All right. Pretty neat, huh? Everystepcalculus.com. Go to my site. Buy my program if you want to pass calculus or physics. Or subscribe so you can see more videos. Have a good one.