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Mathbrain 1.51E

An authentic MDI software application which is to make graphics solving.


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Total downloads: 259
  • Last Updated: Mar 27, 2009
  • License: Shareware $48.00
  • OS: Windows 98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For Mathbrain 1.51EPublisher's description


Mathbrain is a Business software developed by Eisuke Tsuda. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Mathbrain:

EditByBSEditor: An AUTHENTIC MDI software application which is to make graphics solving Ordinary Differential Equations and functions by the Analysis of their numerical values. This application can solve differential equations in 10 elements simultaneously and of 100 order as maximum. You can use parameters in functional equations, and mapping and integral calculations are also possible. Graphics this application can make are ordinary graphics, real-time animations, cyclo-prot graphics and 3-D ones.

Application features:

This application, making the best use of Windows Control functions, features easy calculations and creating graphics by simple controls without being troubled by difficult writing scripts and programming which are common to other mathematical analysis type applications on the market. (Most of the writing
for our application are the same as those of mathematics, and for others you can use mouse). Furthermore, input writing secures so flexible functions as programming does, like optional naming for variables and constants. Another main feature is that all of the solving methods are numerical. Hence,non-solving objects (manually) like non-linear objects, polymorphs and chaos and objects which have no solution can also be controlled easily.
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