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Equation Wizard allows you to solve algebraic equations in the automatic mode.

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**Equation Wizard was available as a giveaway on January 21, 2007!**

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The program allows you to solve algebraic equations in the automatic mode. You just enter an equation in any form without any preparatory operations. Step by step Equation Wizard reduces it to a canonical form performing all necessary operations. After that it determines the order of the equation, which can be any - linear, square, cubic or, for instance, of the 7-th power. The program finds the roots of the equation - both real and imaginary.

You just enter an equation you see in your textbook or notebook and click one button! In an instant, you get the step-by-step solution of the equation with the found roots and the description of each step. The solution is completely automatic and does not require any math knowledge from you. Then just print the result or save it to a file.

Besides, the program allows you to simplify math expressions with one variable. Use this feature to speed up your calculations. Equation Wizard is an indispensable assistant for students at university and at school allowing them to save their time and make their learning easier.

**Special discount for Giveaway of the Day visitors: Buy Equation Wizard at a 30% discount!**

Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server

706 KB

$29

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I dont know if anyone is looking back thru the previous days software, but if anyone was looking for this kind of program - heres a similar one that's free: http://www.metalogicsw.com/calculator/

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Walt– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Wow many thanks ElasticLogic (#67)!!!!

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Yes I can mkar (#78).

File

Save to File (CTRL-S)

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)I like this , but I'm taking Geometry now & could use a similiar program to help .

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CBO– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Anybody who buy this software will be regret.

I cannot copy the result into document. Anybody can?

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mkar– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)(x-1)·(x-2)·(x-3)·(x-4)=0

It is an 4-th power equation

The equation has 3 real roots:

X=2.998

x=2

x=1

(x-1)·(x-2)·(x-3)·(x-4)·(x-5)=0

It is an 5-th power equation

The equation has 2 real roots:

x=2

x=1

Hmm,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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Calvin– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Although I haven't a practical use for it, it's interesting to see how it works. But when I make too much variables, there's regularly a reason, why it can't be solved (no doubt I made the mistake!). So in a scale from 0-10 I give the program 6 points.

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Arjan– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#67, installed your Updated version, but

The #46 cubic equation x+6=x^3 still has has no real roots!

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Calvin– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Hello

I have 1 hour 33 minutes to download and install it but I can not activate it, I have error message "Fatal error: key is invalid"

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sene– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)not useful for me :(

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Chicken Little– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#64 Site Seer:

Thank You, I redownladed it and it works.

Thank You once again.

Linda.

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Linda– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)For what this program can do and for the cost, it is acceptable. Some schools cannot afford Maple or Mathematica; it's just too damn expensive. But at $29 a pop, I'll take it!

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Darren– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)I tried to install it (several times...) but no luck ...

Ran the activate before and after the setup. It said activate successful, but when I try to run the program it continually asks for a registration key.

bye bye, it's flushed into the bit bucket.

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Ron– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Each day the giveaways are becoming more boring.

What ever happened to dvd/cd tools and graphic programs

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Rob07-7644– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#9 > it seems like the function for inserting a bracket does not work

The Bracket operations can be applied only to a SELECTED EXPRESSION.

#10 > Can you insert more than one unknown in this program?

The algebraic equations support only one type of unknown

#30

> x^7+3·x^5-205=0

> results in “floating point division by 0? after which i need to

> close program. Is this normal behaviour ?

This error is corrected

#61 > x^(3)=2, There are some bugs in this program that need to be resolved, but it is a good start.

This error is corrected

#62 > Is it actually free or you can only use it for a short time.

Today it free

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ElasticLogic– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Hello to all!

I am the author of the program Equation Wizard.

I ask a pardon for annoying mistakes, such as "division by zero" or not a finding of the real root for the cubic equation.

BUT THEY ARE ALREADY CORRECTED!

PLEASE, DOWNLOAD THE UPDATED VERSION:

http://www.equationwizard.com/giveaway/eqwizfull.exe

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ElasticLogic– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)In answer to the question:

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Does any one know a site with softwares which have not to be installed?

Comment by Thanks — January 21, 2007 @ 2:32 pm

try this: Click on the "Mathematics" link found on this web site: http://www.arachnoid.com/

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scott– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)It can only solve basic equation. No good.

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Daniel– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#62, Linda:

You have to activate the software to get the full registered version, as per the readme.txt file in the original zip file.

To activate:

1. CLOSE the program (must be completely closed, not just minimized.)

2. Go back to original zip file downloaded from giveawayoftheday.com, and find the file "activate.exe"

3. Make sure internet connection is open, then double click "activate.exe"

4. Message appears that software has been successfully activated

5. Re-open program to find full registed version with no time limits.

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Site Seer– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#19 I totally agree. You made me laugh in a sad-but-true kind of way.

#49 She's referring to the "schoolboy" comment, because "schoolgirl" is not listed as someone who'd want to use the program. From an American standpoint, there's no need to list anything other than "student" to begin with... but, although I didn't check, it sounds like the company may be Japanese or something. Not only is it a strange way to phrase something, they do make those kind of distinctions there... I think.

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SomeBody– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)"Anyone can use this software to solve 30 trial equations. If you want to continue using Equation Wizard after that, you must register."

Is it actually free or you can only use it for a short time.

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Linda– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)If you are new to linear equations and quadratic equations, this program is for you. But if you want to solve the equation x^(3)=2, don't even bother expecting complex roots, or even a responsive program. There are some bugs in this program that need to be resolved, but it is a good start. Thanks ElasticLogic & GOTD.

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Darren– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)It doesn't seem to calculate ln or e

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Jorge– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Whats the point? i can do all this and more in my head...

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Tucker– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Hi, just another better calculation software for scientists:

http://www.mathenvision.de/

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Thanks– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Does any one know a site with softwares which have not to be installed?

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Thanks– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)I disagree with the naysayers. This is a great small program that does what *most* people would ever need. Also great for those 'what if' questions too. Like what if I change my mortgage from 20 years to 30 years, etc. Regular calculators are terrible for these kinds of tasks. As you have to reenter everything again.

I also disagree if you need more power, that programmable calculators are the way to go. As powerful spreadsheets has made them obsolete. And if you want something that fits in your pocket, a PDA is still better. Cost the same and does a million things more. ;)

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)i like maple better...

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mike– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)If anyone knows of other *completely* free programs that will help more, can you post them, please? It'd really help my 15 yr old who is in freshman algebra right now. Thanks!

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Packin– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)From #46

>It is a cubic equation

>The equation has no real roots!

What stupid program is this? Every cubic equation has at least one real root.

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Amarth– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Great program! Especially, when it helps with reducing complex engineering equations!

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mrjimbo– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)1) The only people who really need this software are high school students and college students (younger than that the material is not complex, if they are grad students then they definitely have more complex software and do not need "algebraic solvers"). Of the people who have this software, a large majority of them have Ti-83s or Ti-89s (maybe it has become TI-84 now but whatever). There is a free equation solver built into these calculators by going to 2nd solve, and this solves polynomials, roots, whatever you need. The Ti-89 software is much more complex, and can solve almost anything and use complex functions such as implicit differentiation (again I refer to everything as high school/college material).

2. If you don't have a calculator, there are still dozens of math software available out there for free. http://www.wseas.org/software/index.html

http://math.haifa.ac.il/msoftware.html are two sites that have a slew of math programs. Personally, if your school offers it or you can obtain a copy of mathematical, that is the standard math software to use and can pretty much do anything.

Conclusion- A simple "Equation wizard" doesn't do much, since all it solves are basic algebraic equations, which most people have in their calculators anyway. Furthermore, there are many better programs out there that not only have higher capabilities but also are free.

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Luke– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Not especially useful for anything other than pre algebra and maybe some basic level algebra. Does not incorporate many capabilities.

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David– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#19, I'm pretty sure a student and scientist can refer to both a male and female :)

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Corey– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)I'm hoping this isn't going to be used to provide students simple answers to math questions. That's all we need, more people who don't have real skills. It would be useful if it actually explained HOW it arrives at the correct answer, step by step.

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Slikkster– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Was lucky to find this. Just had a thought to check GOTD and saw this, downloaded and just helped with my Maths homework. I would have gotten some wrong from miscalculating without this. Also, for anyone having problems with 'This Windows Version is not supported' or similar, right click the setup file, choose properties, choose the compatibility tab and select compatibility. Also, remember that you have to run the activate.exe FIRST, then the setup.

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Sanchay– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)I love it actually telling steps to solve a equation.

Tried this one out...

Input: x+6=x^3

Source expression: x+6=x^3

Moving the right part of the equation: x+6-x^3=0

Sorting terms:-x^3+x+6=0

Shortening the expression:x^3-x-6=0

It is a cubic equation

The equation has no real roots!

What happen to x=2 ???

or it can not solve the real root just because

other 2 roots are imaginary? (-1+1.414i) (-1-1.414i)

Nor does it handle equations with mone then one variable.

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Calvin– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Not for me...past the stage of my life where I'm faced with linear equations and integrals (Thank God!) I appreciate the alternatives you guys left. I use an extension for Mozilla Firefox called Clipmarks and put clips of some of these useful sites into my clipmark account...handy to save for later (and accessible at work and home). Thanks GOTD

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John J.– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)39: Maxima may be bloated but it is the programing language that math professors use to solve equations. The bloating comes in the high powered graphics that Maxima allows.

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tr– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)This would be helpful to the 20-year-old and under crowd.

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Rob– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Great tool!

I liked that tool very much. It helped me too much in my exam.

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Asmatullah Khan Lohani– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Yaraslau: "One more: BigInt Calculator Pro. :)"

Looks commercial! Also it helps to read Chinese.

P.S. "Please comment only the software here. If you have technical problems or suggestions on our project, please leave us a note in our forums."

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)It doesn't do generic constants. i.e, it can't solve ax+b=0, unless you replace 'a' and 'b' with specific numbers. So don't throw away mathematica just yet.

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plw– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Bruno (#32): Maxima works a lot better and it’s open source…plus, it has a LOT more features.

OMG! Maxima is a 20MB download. It's a fat bloated sucker! lol

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)Hi Larry (#17)

"Does not work with this type of Windows version,well that`s what it throws up on the screen when I try and set it up.I have Windows ME."

Well if you read the system requirements, you need either of the following:

Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server

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BillW50– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#30

No, that's not unreasonable. All except one of the roots to that equation are irrational. ie. x=1.176+1.807i. The only real root is x=1.971

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John– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)[...] Equation Wizard [...]

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Download of the Moment: Equation Wizard &laqu– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)#I think you need to check your spam filters, or may be that’s ISP’s ones that kill our mails.

My email box (at www.gmail.google.com) has several spams (but nothing from this site can be find) and real letters (but again nothing from Giveaway). I will try to subscribe to other mailboxes, but it is very important to solve this unknown problem.

Anyway - thank you!

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Yaraslau– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)[...] Oggi saranno molto contenti i studenti delle materie di matematica, in particolare quelli del liceo scentifico. Con Equation Wizard potrete risolvere qualsiasi espressione algebrica. Basta inserire nel programmino la formula e automaticamente la risolve. Può risolvere, semplificare, scomporre, ridurre al minimo o massimo comune denominatore, quadrato di un equazione, cubo di un equazione, equazione lineare, ecc. Qui potrete trovare una pagina con molti screenshots di esempio. [...]

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» Software del giorno: Equation Wizard– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)One more: BigInt Calculator Pro. :)

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Yaraslau– 12 years ago – Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)