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- Bisection method
The bisection method in mathematics is a root-finding method that repeatedly bisects an interval and then selects a subinterval in which a root must lie for further processing. The method is also called the interval halving method.
- Complex polynomial value calculation
The calculator evaluates polynomial value. The polynomial coefficients can be either real or complex.
- Determinant of 3x3 matrices
This calculator calculates the determinant of 3x3 matrices
- Evaluating expressions
This online calculator substitutes a specific value for each variable, and performs the operations, evaluating the given expression.
Online calculator computes factorial of given positive integer (up to 170!)
- False position method
False position method - is a root-finding algorithm that uses a succession of roots of secant lines combined with bisection method to approximate a root of a function f.
- Geometric progression
This calculator computes n-th term and sum of geometric progression
- Geometric progression. The denominator and the first term
Finding the denominator and the first term the integral geometric progression for two adjacent terms.
- Hill cipher
This calculator uses Hill cipher to encrypt/decrypt a block of text
- Integer factorization. Trial division
Integer factorization using trial division algorithm.
- Modular Multiplicative Inverse
This calculator calculates modular multiplicative inverse of an given integer a modulo m
- Newton's method
This online calculator implements Newton's method (also known as the Newton–Raphson method) for finding the roots (or zeroes) of a real-valued function.
- Polynomial division
This calculator divides one polynomial by another polynomial.
- Polynomial Greatest Common Divisor
The calculator gives the greatest common divisor (GCD) of two input polynomials.
- Polynomial multiplication
This calculator multiplies two univariate polynomials.
- Polynomial root isolation
The calculators isolates real roots of the input univariate polynomial using Sturm and VAS-CF methods.
- Polynomial roots
The calculator solves polynomial roots of any degree. For small degree polynomials analytic methods are applied, for 5-degree or higher the polynomial roots are estimated by numerical method.
- Polynomial Taylor Shift
The calculator evaluates Taylor shift of the given polynomial using Shaw and Traub algorithm.