created by Brian Sweeney (NCSSM '03) and Taylor Brockman (NCSSM '00)
Enter the mathematical expression that you want to evaluate in the left window, using t as the variable. (You may also evaluate expressions without using t. In this case, the value in the middle window will have no effect on the result. A value must be present, in any case.)
Enter the value of t in the middle window.
Click Calculate. The result will appear in the right window.
|Functions you may use|
|arithmetic||+ - * / sqrt()||raise to a power*||x^y|
(angle in radians)
|sin() cos() tan()||
|inverse trig||asin() acos() atan()||scientific notation||x*10^y|
|*Use parentheses to surround the power function when using negative exponents followed by other operations. For example, (t^-2)-1 with t =2 will yield -0.75.|