Newly Supported Math Linguistics
As always, we are striving for better linguistic support of all things math, and over the past few months, we have made many improvements to that end.
We have significantly improved our support for queries involving polygons and circles being inscribed in and circumscribed about each other. Give these examples a spin:
Another improvement of note is that we have gotten better accepting queries like “algebraically find the inverse function of f(x)=3-8e^x” and winnowing this down to the core question, that of “inverse of f(x)=3-8e^x”.
Also worth mentioning is the ability to compare multiple functions by simply asking. For example, enter “compare 2^n to n!” and you’ll get back, as you might hope, both functions plotted on the same axes and other comparable data.
We used to have some issues with certain vector and directed line segment queries, but no longer. You can now enter things like, for example, “vector (2,3,0) to (7,8,5)” and get the intended vector.
Stay tuned! We are constantly improving our math capabilities, and if there’s anything that you’d like to see or that you think we can do better, please don’t hesitate to give us feedback.