Are you a math nerd? If yes, then here comes good news for you. Google has now announced the availability of a Mathematics Graphing Functionality on its search engine results that will let you search for functions, with the results on a graph. The leading search engine giant, though, already has got a slew of amazing features integrated in the past few years whether it is measurement and currency conversions to words translation, checking arrivals & departure times, getting direction or searching movie, with this latest move in the mathematical world, it has gone a step further.
By introducing a graphical calculator for your mathematical search queries, Google wishes to vie with Texas Instruments and Wolfram Alpha whose services had formal launch in May 2009, and known as “Google killer.” By bringing in this facility, Google has ushered in a new sphere to its dimensions.
All the math nerds or students, all over the world, can now plot the complex graph at Google that they, earlier, would sketch on graph paper by hand. They can now draw the graph by just putting or writing typical or basic mathematics functions in the search box and Google will bring out the results in clean, colorful, neat and exact graphical image.
In other words, simply type in a search query (a math sum) and get graphics in the form of search results. Google brags of helping you know everything, from charts for basic functions to graphs for more complex calculations.
All these graphs get clearer when you opt for zoom in & zoom out functions across the plane for detailed exploration of the function. The multiple functions can too be drawn by separating them with commas. This feat covers a wide series of single variable functions including trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential and their compositions. But do mind here that these graphs are available for functions that are having a single variable.
So, do you want to turn to Google for your math?