Published by KermMartian
10 years, 8 months ago (2012-09-07T00:32:57+00:00)
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The Casio Prizm is a powerful graphing calculator, and led the charge of color-screen calculators. It already has plenty of fun games
available, most written by the fair members of our Cemetech community, but educational Add-Ins for the device have been somewhat lacking. Shaun "Merthsoft" McFall's Periodic Table for the Prizm
was a great start, and AHelper's gCAS2 brought the Prizm's first semi-symbolic CAS, but few other educational add-ins have been made. I am happy to announce the first full release of Graph3DP, the culmination of six months of sporadic work.
Graph3DP is a powerful 3D graphing application for the Casio Prizm (fx-CG10/fx-CG20). Enter one to six 3D equations, and rotate and zoom the resulting graph. You can adjust the window and trace over the mesh to examine X, Y, and Z value. This final 1.0 release has been thoroughly tested, and the underlying equation-parsing system, AHelper's gCAS2, has been overhauled for speed and correctness. Graph3DP understands thirteen built-in math functions, from sin() to atan() to sqrt() to ln(), plus addition, subtract, multiplication, division, grouping, and exponentiation. Give it a download and try it today; this will surely become an permanent fixture on your Casio Prizm.
Graph3DP 1.0: A Casio Prizm 3D Grapher
Video highlighting Graph3DP features