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MathRRR Package 1.0

MathRRR Package is a set of two components for Delphi


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  • Last Updated: Jun 24, 2008
  • License: Shareware $20.00
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: For Delphi 3 or higher

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MathRRR Package is a Development software developed by Rodrigo Ruiz Reyes Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for MathRRR Package:

BSEditor: MathRRR Package is a set of two components for Delphi(R): TMathRRR and TEvalRRR

TMathRRR: Is a component that graphics mathematical expresions of the form y=f(x): sin(x), cos(x), sin(x)*x, x/2, log(x)*sin(x)-x are examples of mathematical expressions that can be shown. The functions that can be used in expresions are:
Sin: Sine
Cos: Cosine
Tan: Tangent
Cot: Cotagent
Sec: Secant
Csc: Cosecant
Custom: Custom function, you can use all the functions ant to use the +, -, *, / and ^
Exp: e^x
Log: Locarithm natural
Atn: Arcotangent (Tan^-1)
Asn: Arcosine (sin^-1)
Acs: Arcocosine (cos^-1)
Abs: Abosulte value
Neg: Negative
Sqr: Square
Sqrt: Square root
Sinh: Hyperbolic sine
Cosh: Hyperbolic cosine
Tanh: Hyperbolic sine

The trigonometric functions also can be shown in both radians or grades form, and you can put a Progress bar in the case that the expressions are too big. Please see the demo to see also more options like colors, events and options.

TEvalRRR is a component that evaluate the same functions that TMathRRR and can TraP errors in the case that there are errors in the evaluation or in the expression. Please, see the demo.
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