Google Adds Graphing Calculator To Search Results

Dec 6, 2011 • 8:16 am | comments (0) by | Filed Under Google Search Engine

Yesterday, Google announced the addition of a graphical calculator for your mathematical search queries. A lot like Wolfram Alpha but Googly.

You basically punch in an equation and Google will return a nice graph that you can navigate, zoom in and out and so on.

Google [x/2, (x/2)^2, ln(x), cos(pi*x/5)] and get this:

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Wolfram Alpha returns:

Wolfraph Graph Calculator

Of course, Google shared their true love for this feature:

Google Adds Graphing Calculator

Wolfram, can you do that?

Forum discussion at Google +.

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