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Math Mechanixs HistoryVersion history for Math Mechanixs shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Oct 12, 2007) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 1.5.0.3 updated on Apr 29, 2011 Minor release which fixes a couple bugs and adds a few new features. New features include, ability to compute in fractions in the Math Editor and the Matrix Utility, a new cell summary control in the Matrix Utility, and a new ML tool bar button to display the last computed value in the Math Editor. v 1.5.0.2 updated on Jun 24, 2010 Minor release which fixes a couple bugs and adds a few new features. New features include, ability to compute in fractions in the Math Editor and the Matrix Utility, a new cell summary control in the Matrix Utility, and a new ML tool bar button to display the last computed value in the Math Editor. v 1.5.0.1 updated on Feb 19, 2010 Major revision adds a Matrix Utility. New features include, matrix addition, subtraction, multiplication, scalar multiplication, inverse, transpose, cofactor, adjugate, trace, rank, LU decomposition, determinant, plus a linear equation solver. v 1.4.0.2 updated on Dec 01, 2008 This version is a minor release which resolves a bug in the polynomial root finder plus adds an automatic version checker which will periodically check with the Math Mechanixs server for version updates (at user defined intervals). v 1.4.0.1 updated on Oct 29, 2008 The latest version includes a curve fitting utility for linear and nonlinear regression analysis and additional statistical formulas as well as six sigma functions. This verison also includes numerous enhancements and bug fixes. v 1.3.0.2 updated on May 09, 2008 Added new math tools utility which includes Root Finding, Quick Graph and Quick Calc utilities. v 1.2.0.2 updated on Oct 26, 2007 Enhancements for Microsoft Vista compatibility and HTML formated help system. v 1.2.0.1 updated on Oct 12, 2007 New calculator added with trigonometric, logical and statistical functions. Plus new statistical random number generators. Go back to the Math Mechanixs review 
