If you found the calculator limited or are someone that needs a little more power to work out more complex equations, Microsoft’s decision to make its Microsoft Mathematics application free might be of interest to you.
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Microsoft Mathematics provides users with a number of different mathematical tools that can help students and those interested in maths, get their work done quickly and easily. It will help users learn to solve equations step-by-step instead of providing a straight answer, educating the user and allowing them to better understand the fundamental concepts in pre-algebra, trigonometry, physics, chemistry, and calculus.
Its graphing calculator works much like a handheld calculator, also helping to evaluate triangles, convert units and solve different equations.
The application was once a paid download and is now free, it also comes with a help file to explain its functionality and provides examples of different math problems. Microsoft Mathematics is supported on both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the Windows OS but it does require the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1.