Recently you may noticed Google is becoming flickering these days, sometime Gmail doesn’t work, while Sometime Adsense showing “No Data Available”!! Who knows what they are doing at backend. If we don’t consider their recent down days, they are improving the search result (The Main revenue stream for Biggest Virtual Ocean.), few weeks back they had improved searching efficiency by 30-35%, with (I said it > ) “Fresh Content First (FCF)” algorithm. But recently got the news through its blogspot blog that Google has loaded Graph functions in there search results, may be helpful to many especially to the ‘homework-kids’. Lets take a look on “Fresh Functionality” of Google.
So if you type a function (like: sin(x)) in Google Search Bar, the first search result you will see, is the graph of the given function. And you can check different values of x and y for particular point on that graph. You can zoom in and out from the buttons give at upper left corner.
It seems to be quite interested as you can use multiple functions, for that you have to enter functions separated by commas (Like: sin(x),x^2 etc). Google Engineer Adi Avidor stated that
“The new feature is available in most browsers and it covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions,I hope students and math lovers around the world find this experience as magical as I found the graphing calculator so long ago.”
Here are some examples of Google Graphs.
One magical graph equation shared by one of my friend, I am sharing here with you. Enjoy the Graphing…
*x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(9-x^2), -sqrt(9-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5
Share your graphs with us in comments.