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Microsoft Math 3.0??Beating maple, mathematica all over??? X'(yXβ)=0 #2 20070621 23:32:28
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??What's this? Can you please explain the above George,Y #3 20070622 00:24:06
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??hmm Last edited by shocamefromebay (20070622 00:24:22) #4 20070622 01:34:51
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??tsk tsk microsoft trying to rule the world again... as shocamefromebay said, it looks too much like a calculator. #5 20070622 02:29:02
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That is a common thing for computer scientists to do. We use metaphors so that people have knowledge of the product/tool/whatever just by hearing the name. "In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..." #6 20070622 11:19:36
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Who is gonna be the successor of Netscape or ICQ? X'(yXβ)=0 #7 20070622 20:02:01
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Microsoft is Good! Bill ( Soft R's ) Gates is the Problem!! #8 20070728 08:54:59
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0?? It makes me laugh! I don't think so. IPBLE: Increasing Performance By Lowering Expectations. #9 20070729 00:07:22
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??what i do find interestin about this is that the program can like determine the text from the user just drawing it using a pen #10 20070729 07:17:08
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I think maple has handwritten symbol recognition too. #11 20070729 13:49:33
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??hope it's not as bad as microsoft's speech recognition *shudders* #12 20070808 14:36:19
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Hi I am new here to the forum. Pls tell me how did you upload the picture to the forum. #13 20070808 18:52:36
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Code:[img]http://.......jpg[/img] I didn't upload it, I linked an image from somewhere else Last edited by George,Y (20070808 18:52:50) X'(yXβ)=0 #14 20070810 12:01:00
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??thank you for yr answer. I really am preparing for my SAT and am soooo busy. #15 20070905 12:52:40
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??I just don't get it. Why does Microsoft want to rule the world with a replica of a scientific calculator? What good would it gain, apart from a short term applause from soon to be ungrateful audience? I shall be on leave until I say so... #16 20070907 09:31:16
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im thinkin a couple dollars would make em want to do taht #17 20070910 06:06:05
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??If that's some computer download that does your homework for you, i need one of those. #18 20070910 06:33:09
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cheating is bad #19 20071101 06:12:47
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??that's looks like MS Graphing calculator,I get bundled from MS Student,only more advanced. #20 20071101 08:20:07
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Or Mathematica #21 20101201 08:55:02
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??I joined because i was having an issue trying to enter graph eqations in Microsoft math.. how many others out there are using this software that seeems to be unsupported play help ???? #22 20101201 11:00:28
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Hi Tron779; In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them. I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it. All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof. #23 20101201 11:36:58
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Hey thanks guys .....I guess microsoft di the same thing they did with VISTA you buy the product and then they want you to pay again for the fixes only this time there's no support either ! #24 20101201 11:39:10
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??If anyone else out there has any news about Microsoft math and how is works please hit me up...till then I did get the new TI (CAS) INSPRE caculator which is awsome for college math with much better support #25 20101201 11:51:28
Re: Microsoft Math 3.0??Hi; In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them. I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it. All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof. 