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1. Upgrade GeoGebra Calculator comparable to Mathematics Software like Mathematica, Maple, TI-Nspire etc.

2. Input and Output in Natural Display.

3.Add nSolve (Numerical Solver) and cSolve (Complex Solver) function to solve all equations and show all roots. (ex. sin(x)=0 -> x= n*pi, x^2+1=0 -> x=i, -i)

4.Add Unit Conversion and Scientific Constants.

5. Add Complex Number Calculation. (ex. sqrt(-1)=i, ln(-1)=pi*i)

6. Add Base Conversion. (Base 2 to 36) (Decimal representation included)

7.Use Various Variables to Calculation (ex. diff (x^a) -> a*x^(a-1))

8. Show Result in Accurate Value (asind(1) -> pi/2 rad)

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3. Different options for solving equations are already available in CAS View. Just a simple Solve(sin(x)=0) yields x=k pi. See https://wiki.geogebra.org/e... https://wiki.geogebra.org/e... https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

6. Base conversion is performed by commands FromBase and ToBase

7. CAS View allows you to do symbolic calculations

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2) Already works in the new versions eg


https://www.geogebra.org/graphing


3/5/6/7/8) As Simona says, use the CAS View:


https://www.geogebra.org/cl...

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