Algebrator 4.2 under Windows 7
|Original author(s)||Neven Jurkovic|
|Stable release||4.2 / 2009|
|Type||computer algebra system|
Algebrator (also called Softmath) is a computer algebra system (CAS), which was developed in the late 1990s by Neven Jurkovic of Softmath, San Antonio, Texas. This is a CAS specifically geared towards algebra education. Beside the computation results, it shows step by step the solution process and context sensitive explanations.
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