** “msharpmath”, **The Simple is the Best

Our products of MSharpMath are in two groups.

m#math for Window

m#math for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch

At present, m#math seeks applications majorly in eduction of high-school, under-graduate and gradute students. Our present aim is to help students and engineers to solve science and engineering problems in easy and convenient way.

Handy and Quick ! m#math wants to be a friendly but sophiscated mathematical tool to students. We are planning to provide textbook solutions by m#math for worldwide prevailing textbooks.

%> force-balance equation between springs

(k1,k2,k3,k4) = (100,50,75,200);;

F = 2000;;

solve .x1 .x2 .x3 .x4 (

k2*(x2-x1) = k1*x1,

k3*(x3-x2) = k2*(x2-x1),

k4*(x4-x3) = k3*(x3-x2),

F = k4*(x4-x3)

);

ans =

[ 20 ]

[ 60 ]

[ 86.6667 ]

[ 96.6667 ]

#> plot .r[21](0,1).t[61](0,6*pi) ( (r^(1/3)+t!/3) .cyl .y ) .cyl; // figure shown below

%> phase diagram of Lorentz equation ============================

ode.t[5001](0,50) (

x’ = 10*(y-x),

y’ = 28*x-y-x*z,

z’ = x*y-8/3*z, x = 0, y = 1, z = 0

).plot@(x,z);