Special thanks to Andre Compagno.
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This application makes it easier than ever to solve and search for equations. All the math is done for you, all you have to do is select the equation and input the values!
Searching for a quick, fun and addictive way to kill time while stimulating your brain? Well you may want to give Math Cruncher a try. It’s a puzzle game that involves you guessed it— the subject of math.
Is there a way to view .doc and .docx documents with embedded MathType equations on Linux? When I try to open them with LibreOffice, I get blank boxes where the math is supposed to be - the same behavior I get on MS Word without MathType installed. But is Windows-only, so I can't install it on my Linux.
Is there a way to view those documents with the equations on Linux?
I'm new here and new to the world of electricity in general. I'm currently going through training to work on electronics (Avionics systems) within Aircraft. I'm loving it but I have a lot of difficulty figuring out proper units in equations. I can do the math but making sure the decimal is in the right spot and the unit is correct is where I have difficulty.
Im able to write up my equations using mesh analysis for Isc(Current short circuit) and my equations for Voc(voltage open circuit), but cant quite figure out the voltage across A,B for Voc. Would it be the voltage across the 4ohm resistor on top(I3) or the 6ohm resistor in (I1)?
I have a simple spread sheet for work, and it has one row of equations to get sums or differences. what im trying to do is ender an equation that if only one part of the end equation is presents the field is left black, but if two or more parts of the equations are present the field is filled in with the end result of the equation. Right now this is what the equations looks like.
King of Math
King of Math is a game-like mental math trainer for Android.
It includes the categories...
» Powers & Roots
» Average & Median
» Smallest & Largest