DeadLine solves equations graphically and numerically. The freeware finds the real roots of an equation, evaluates functions and the first two derivatives extremely fast and accurately, finds extrema of the function.

Version:DeadLine is a free program useful for solving equations, plotting graphs and obtaining an in-depth analysis of a function.2.36

License:Free

Operating System:Windows

Homepage: deadline.3x.ro

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Designed especially for students and engineers, the freeware combines graph plotting with advanced numerical calculus, in a very intuitive approach. Most equations are supported, including algebraic equations, trigonometric equations, exponential equations, parametric equations.

DeadLine solves equations graphically and numerically. It displays the graph of the function and a list of the real roots of the equation.

You can evaluate the function and the first two derivatives, find extrema of the function and integrate numerically. You can even obtain the first two derivatives. Save the results provided by DeadLine so you can easily integrate in your school projects.

While there is no flawless method for solving equations, the program combines the most successful methods in order to deliver you the right answer. No more problems on getting your homework done. Meet the DeadLine, the free equation solver.

Version **2.36**: find derivatives and extrema, integrate numerically, DeadLine Calculator, full-screen view, open projects from Explorer, evaluate as you type, view integration area, user-defined constants and functions, use parameters in equations, graph preview

Version **2.26 build 962**: find derivatives and extrema, integrate numerically, DeadLine Calculator, autocomplete, full-screen view, open projects from Explorer, evaluate as you type, view integration area, user-defined constants and functions, use parameters in equations

Version **2.24**: find derivatives and extrema, integrate numerically, DeadLine Calculator, autocomplete, multi-language interface, full-screen view, define constants in Calculator, open projects from Explorer, evaluate as you type, view integration area, save all projects