I greet you this day,
It is highly recommended that you review the notes and videos; and solve the examples before verifying your answers with the calculators.
I wrote the codes for some functions of the calculators using JavaScript, a client-side scripting language.
Please use the latest Internet browsers.
The Wolfram Alpha widgets (many thanks to the developers) was used for other functions of the calculators.
Comments, ideas, areas of improvement, questions, and constructive criticisms are welcome. You may contact me.
If you are my student, please do not contact me here. Contact me via the school's system.
Thank you for visiting.
Samuel Dominic Chukwuemeka (SamDom For Peace) B.Eng., A.A.T, M.Ed., M.S
For Exponential Expressions;
This calculator will:
(1.) Simplify exponential expressions.
(2.) Give the answer in terms of positive exponents as applicable.
(3.) Display the 3D (3-dimensional) plot of the solution as applicable.
(4.) Display the Contour plot of the solution as applicable.
For Logarithmic Expressions;
This calculator will:
(1.) Simplify logarithmic expressions.
(2.) Give the answer in terms of positive exponents as applicable.
(3.) Display the 3D (3-dimensional) plot of the solution as applicable.
(4.) Display the Contour plot of the solution as applicable.
To use the calculator, please:
(1.) Type your expression in the textbox (the bigger textbox).
(2.) Type it according to the examples I listed.
(3.) Delete the default expression in the textbox of the calculator.
(4.) Copy and paste the expression you typed, into the small textbox of the calculator.
(5.) Click the Submit button.
(6.) Check to make sure that it is the correct expression you typed.
For Exponential Expressions; you will see that expression in terms of positive exponent(s) if it has any
negative exponent(s).
(7.) Review the answer (Exponential Expression).
(8.) Review the answers (Logarithmic Expressions). At least one of the answers is what you need.
Solve
This calculator will:
(1.) Solve one-variable exponential equations.
(2.) Solve one-variable logarithmic equations.
(3.) Give the answer(s) in the simplest exact forms.
(4.) Graph the real solution(s) on a number line.
To see the answer(s) in decimals, click the Approximate forms link.
To see the answer(s) in the simplest / exact forms, click the Exact forms link.
To use the calculator, please:
(1.) Type your equation in the textbox (the bigger textbox).
(2.) Type it according to the examples I listed.
(3.) Delete the default expression in the textbox of the calculator.
(4.) Copy and paste the equation you typed, into the small textbox of the calculator.
(5.) Click the Submit button.
(6.) Check to make sure that it is the correct equation you typed.
(7.) Review the answers.
Solve