Google shows graphs of math functions from the browser
Google shows graphs of mathematical functions from the browser
From now, when we seek a mathematical function on google.com, the first result will be its mathematical graph, competing directly withWolfram Alpha, who has been doing this for several years.
Commented at Google Blog with the example of the link, hoping to help students and professionals learn more about a topic much neglected in traditional search engines: mathematics.
We can zoom in the graph as well as painting several functions separated by commas.
At the blog you can read that "I still recall the day when my friend Yossi came to school and showed off his brand new graphing calculator. I was stunned by how easy it was to plot complicated functions -- meanwhile, the rest of us were still drawing them by hand on graph paper.
Today, I’m hoping to share that magical feeling with students around the world, with the introduction of graphing functionality on Google. Now you can plot mathematical functions right on the search result page. Just type in a function and you’ll see an interactive graph on the top of the search results page."
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