Wolfram Alpha is live

It’s working.

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4 Responses

  1. It solved ln(x) + ln(x-2) = ln(15) by graphing. Interesting.

  2. I think it’s interesting in the example above it doesn’t just move the xs to one side, but the entirety of the right side of the equation.

    The system also can’t give steps on absolute value equations … clearly this isn’t the homework-killer just yet.

  3. It looks like it gives different results depending on whether you specifically say “solve” or not. With the input “solve ln(x) + ln(x-2) = ln(15)”, it will give you a result with a “Show Steps” option. Without the word “solve”, it just gives you a number.

    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=solve+ln(x)+%2B+ln(x-2)+%3D+ln(15)

  4. […] keep too close an eye out for it.  Then I read on Teaching College Mathematics and the Number Warrior that it was up, and I was pretty impressed with the screen shots.    Since then, I’ve been […]

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