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The program is drawing graphs of functions of one variable and finding the local extrema of the function.

Terms of Use:
The only field program you must enter an arbitrary function of one
a variable f (x), for example: 1 / x + cos (x)
When entering functions ispolzuyutsya following statements:
"+" - Addition - a binary operator. Example: x + 1
"-" - Subtraction - binary and unary operator. Example: x-1 - binary. -2 - Unary
"*" - Multiplication - a binary operator. Example: 2 * x
"/" - The division - a binary operator. Example: x / 3
"^" - Power,
where the degree of natural chislo.Primer: x ^ 2 "X squared"

When constructing an arbitrary function can use the standard function - cos cosine, sin - sine,
-tangens tan, exp - eksponenta and so on. The full list is given in the certificate Original Program.
The composition of two functions built with the help of braces: - f (g (x)). For example the composition functions cos (x) 1 + x
written as cos (1 + x).

Painted function can increase or decrease the mouse wheel. And just move the mouse to
it is necessary to press the left mouse button in the drawn function, move the mouse and release.
To know the value of a local extremum, press box "Coordinates" and then move your mouse over any of the extreme points.

This program will help pupils and students to study the "Mathematical Analysis"

System requirements.

1. Operating System - any version of Windows
2. NetFrameWork 3.5
3. A video card with 3d accelerator and drivers installed for it.

The new version fixes a bug drawing graphs of functions defined by the formula f (x) = x ^ -n,
 when n = 1 - a hyperbole.


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