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Google Shows Some Love for Math Lovers via Google Graphs

By on December 6, 2011
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There’s no wonder that the search giant has a strong perception of user needs and wants and knows what products are sure to make the audience wow! Yesterday Google introduced a brand new Google graphs functionality added to Google search which allows users to type any single variable function and instantly get a view of its graph.

It’s true that a picture is worth 100 words and in this case it’s much easier to understand a function visualizing it in a graph than staring at a formula for hours without knowing what it’s really like. Now Google graphs give students an easy way out. You can zoom in and out of the graph exploring it in more detail.

You can also have up to 4 various single variable functions in one graph typing the functions into the search bar separating them with commas. “This feature covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions, and is available in modern browsers,” says Google engineer Adi Avidor in official blog post.

Google graphs are not the only feature designed for math lovers; there’s also a calculator feature that allows users to type mathematical equations into the search bar and get the answer in a matter of a second regardless of the complexity of the equation. While schools and colleges may hate Google for this, but students enjoy it to the full! 🙂

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