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Recently, while I was browsing around the Internet, I came across a very nice script – this cool algebra problem solver below. It is a javascript application created by vortex.com, which can easily and quickly solve complex math expressions. You just need to enter the expression into the first (bigger) field and click on the ‘SOLVE’ button. In the second field you will then see the solution of your math problem. the calculator is set up with a sample equation, you can just his the ‘Solve’ button to try it out and see how it works. Below you will find some basic instructions, that might help you if you are experiencing some issues with this calculator. It can be used for trigonometry, too. To solve trigonometric expressions the only thing you need is to check the ‘Mathematic’ check box on the calculator and to enter the expression the proper way. You can use the buttons with advanced functions that will show after you check the mentioned box. The example function is trigonometric. If you are experiencing some issues, please refer to the more detailed instructions below. Also, don’t forget checking out our more advanced math problem solver, which is more functional and can show you the solution step by step.

Enter Your Expression


Results – ( Ctrl + Enter )


Controls

Arithmetic Mathematic < check this box for advanced math functions

The Instructions

This tool is no brainer, here are some steps that could help you and make your work with this tool smooth and easy:
1. Enter/paste your algebra expression in the big field. You need to have it in the appropriate form, see the example equation in the form.
2. Check the box ‘Mathematic’ below the calculator to show some advanced mathematical operations. You can use any of these operations following the pattern:
operation(function or number)
for instance:
sqrt(56) ; sin(35+cos(2)) ;
3. Keyboard combinations – click on the field of the calculator and use any of these:
Clear the entered expression (Ctrl+Y)
Clear all fields (Ctrl+Q)
Evaluate/Solve the expression (Ctrl+Enter)

This is all, now you should have no problems with the calculator. Please share this tool if you find it useful.

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5 Responses to Algebra Math Problem Solver For Equations And Trigonometry

  • Kori Erickson says:

    This tool was not helpful at all. It gave me the wrong answer.

  • admin says:

    Thanks for your feedback! Could you please share the problem you tried to solve and the answer was wrong? This will help us fix the tool if it’s broken.

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