General Purpose Math Visualizer Package offers you multiple tools designed to help you perform mathematical tasks you find in physics. These are plotting, animating, numerically differentiating and integrating, and solving systems of coupled algebraic equations. For examples of how this package can be used to explore various physics problems. The General Purpose Math Visualizer Package was developed using the Easy Java Simulations (Ejs) modeling tool.

## General Purpose Math Visualizer Package

Ejs is a powerful Java math simulation tool that allows the creation of mathematical expressions. These expressions can be saved in text format or displayed in graphical form. The different types of plots include, but are not limited to, simple line plots, surface plots, vector plots, and matrix plots. The simulations can be further analyzed using the various dialogs and menus provided by Ejs. Additional features of Ejs include the ability to create multiple simulations, record simulation, and playback back animations. The general purpose math visualizer package is delivered in six (6) separate *.jar packages that are included in a zip file containing the code needed to run the simulations from Ejs. This software is developed and maintained by Delta Scientific, Inc. _________________________________________________________________________________________ General Purpose Math Visualizer Package Features Actions (use this for animation, high contrast (light vs dark))Plotting (plotting tool provided)Functions (y=f(x,a,b), a,b,fx, or f)Animating (animating tool provided, import a static image, jpeg, gif or png)System Solution Solving (provided)Differentiating and Integrating NumericallyNumerically DifferentiatingExpressing Inverses E.g.f(x)=(x^2-a^2)^-1 (or x=a(x^2-a^2)^-1)Inverse Derivative Expression(and inverses)Simple Derivative Expression(and inverses)Two Variable Derivative Expression(and inverses)Differentiate and Integrate: (solve: y=f(x), inty;y=f(x), diffy)Solve Systems of Numerical Differential Equations: (solve with a function to determine initial conditions)Polynomial Expression Solving (functions f(x)=x^n+a, so that the solution is x^n+a)Simulating (u,q) under the form of an ODE (dudtq)Different E.g.dudtq=u*vDeq=v*u^2, or different functionsCan plot both: (time/position)or multiple positions: (x,y,z)Properties (of plots)Dynamic Properties (E.g.x is plotted, so that y is plotted also)Reset properties (reset to initial values or default values)Add Value without Scrolling (Values can b7e8fdf5c8

## What’s New in the General Purpose Math Visualizer Package?

The package offers multiple tools designed to help you perform mathematical tasks you find in physics. These are plotting, animating, numerically differentiating and integrating, and solving systems of coupled algebraic equations. For examples of how this package can be used to explore various physics problems. The General Purpose Math Visualizer Package contains: Package Description General Purpose Math Visualizer Plotting Tools ——– ——- General Plotting Tools Plot a Graph from a Model Using a Scatterplot Plotter Plot a 3D Graph Using a Scatterplot Plotter Fit a Linear Model to a 2D Graph Plot the Trajectory of an Object Moving on a Cartesian Plane Plot the Trajectory of an Object Moving on a Cubic Function Plane Fit a Quadratic or Logistic Model to a 2D Graph Plot a 3D Graph Using a Curve Plotter Plot a 3D Graph Using a Trajectory Plotter Plot a Scatterplot for a Nonlinear Model Plot a Curve for a Nonlinear Model Using a Trajectory Plotter Plot a Scatterplot for a Nonlinear Model Using a Trajectory Plotter Plot a Surface for a Nonlinear Model Using a Trajectory Plotter Plot an Animation in the 3D Graph Viewer Plot a Curve in the 3D Graph Viewer Plot a Graph in the 3D Graph Viewer Plot a Graph in the Scene Viewer Plot a Graph in the Scene Viewer Plot a Graph in the Scene Viewer Plot a Modeling Tool Get 3D Contour Plotting Plot with Differentiation Tools Use Vector Differentiation for Equations Differentiate Graphs for Nonlinear Models Differentiate a Graph for a Nonlinear Model Plot a Wave using a Gradient Plotter Plot a Waving Line using a Humps Plotter Plot a Vibrating Line using a Heaviside Plotter Plot a Vibrating Line using a Ejs Cross Plotter Plot a Vibrating Line using a Ejs + Block Plotter Plot a Vibrating Line using a Ejs Cross+ Plot a Vibrating Line using a Ejs Cross+ Plot an Animation in the Plotting Tools Get Differentiation Tools Calculate Derivatives Using Integral Calculus Integrate Graphs for Nonlinear Models Integrate a Graph for a Nonlinear Model Integrate a Graph for a Nonlinear Model Integrate a Graph for

## System Requirements:

Minimum: OS: Windows 7 or Windows 10 (64-bit) Processor: 2.6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster Memory: 3 GB RAM Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible GPU DirectX: Version 11 Recommended: Processor: 4 GB RAM Memory: 4 GB RAM 20th Anniversary Edition What’s