New Features In Google for Fans of Mathematics

New Features In Google for Fans of Mathematics

Posted by Raden Wijaya on Tuesday, December 27, 2011

New Features In Google for Fans of Mathematics - Google re-launched its latest innovation for its search engine that may be greeted warmly by the fans of mathematics. With the new features in this calculator, now users can create charts by simply entering mathematical function in the search field.

Fitur Baru Pada Google untuk Penggemar Matematika   
The result function from "(sqrt(cos(x))*cos(200*x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(9-x^2), -sqrt(9-x^2)"

 Quoted from Techradar, Tuesday, December 6, 2011, Google Engineer, Adi Avidor explained in Google's official blog, that users can zoom and move it to depth chart more closely.

"Users also can paint several functions at once by separating them with comma," he said.

He further explained that this feature is able to complete the chart for trig, exponential, up to logarithms. This feature is mentioned can operate in various browsers that exist today.

Avidor hope this feature can provide a memorable experience for fans of mathematics, such as when he first saw calculator that features a chart maker.

"I was surprised at how easy the tool was completed a complex function, while we have struggled to draw graphs by hand," he said.

Finally, the article entitled 'Give Love to Fans of Mathematics' is, Avidor also shows an interesting heart-shaped graph, simply by entering the function "(sqrt (cos (x)) * cos (200 * x) + sqrt (abs (x) ) -0.7) * (4-x * x) ^ 0.01, sqrt (9-x ^ 2),-sqrt (9-x ^ 2) "in the search field.

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