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- Dec 13th 2007, 08:58 AMjanvdl
- Dec 13th 2007, 10:16 AMtopsquark
- Dec 14th 2007, 04:42 PMDavidB
There is also a Javascript version of a Quadratic Equation Solver posted here:

Quadratic Equation Calculator

Since it is written in Javascript, the file can also be saved and used offline, if you are interested. - Dec 15th 2007, 11:10 PMjanvdl
Well I am currently expanding the tool to more than just a quadratic solver.

If anyone has any ideas, or is willing to help with the programming, then post it here or contact me, and let's make this a joint operation :D

(By the way, where the heck are the math tags and smileys? :eek: ) - Dec 16th 2007, 11:38 AMtopsquark
- Dec 16th 2007, 12:06 PMConstatine11
- Dec 16th 2007, 04:56 PMDavidB
What kind of a tool are you planning to turn it into?

I might be interested in helping with it.

Some of the existing industrial-strength root-finders for high-order equations already do that; it should just be a matter of extracting that particular code block. - Dec 16th 2007, 09:03 PMJhevon
- Dec 16th 2007, 10:43 PMDivideBy0
I don't imagine cubics or quartics would be a big step up, I mean, there is one simple formula for each right? :D

- Dec 17th 2007, 04:17 AMtopsquark
- Dec 17th 2007, 04:40 AMDivideBy0
Hold on, how could I only just have noticed it?!

Some cubics have three solutions, yet that formula will always only yield 1! :o

However in those cases it does work :) - Dec 17th 2007, 05:36 AMcolby2152
- Dec 17th 2007, 07:00 AMbobak
I just checked out your app. it’s pretty nice! I have two suggestions

It would be good if you could toggle between decimal answer and exact answers

and latex code for the solutions would also be great for people posting solutions on a forum. - Dec 17th 2007, 07:41 PMJhevon
- Dec 18th 2007, 03:42 AMjanvdl
Well I inserted a basic trig calculator and a decimal to binary converter :D

In the case of that cubic formula, I'm game to try it ;) :D (Crazy but willing)

Thanks for everyone's suggestions.