[Blindmath] Question On Calculus integration

Ken Perry kperry at blinksoft.com
Thu Dec 29 08:47:42 CST 2011


Would octave also need to be included in this list?


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Subject: Re: [Blindmath] Question On Calculus integration

Software commonly known as a "computer algebra system" may be of 
interest.  I think the following two are free, open source, with 
accessible, console-mode environments on Windows:

Axiom

http://axiom-developer.org/


Maxima

http://maxima.sourceforge.net/


Derivatives and integrals are supported by both.  Maxima also has an 
accessible GUI called wxMaxima (using the cross-platform wxWidgets library).

A collection of text tutorials on computer algebra systems is at

http://EmpowermentZone.com/cas_doc.zip


I am copying the BlindMath list as well with this info.

Jamal


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