Hasn’t it been implemented since wolfram alpha first started?
Or has there been a major overhaul that shows full working/solutions for more types of equations?
Hi To obtain the logarithm with a fraction as base you have to write the base without the 0 before the decimal point: Log .5 of (x^2 2x) To obtain a logarithm in base 1/2 Hope it helps, it sure took me a while :) Greets and thanks to the people behind WA!
If you try to solve a limit, but the left-handed limit and the right-handed limit are not the same, Wolfram Alpha gives both one-sided limits, but the “show steps” button doesn’t appear. Or to request only one of the one-sided limits and have the button appear? How could I input this equation to get a step by step process to solve this difference quotient? But wolfram simply spit back the equation back at me, not the solution.
Although I see that for some maths the site is now showing the steps again I cannot get the show steps for 2nd order ODE’s such as: 2y” y’ 3y = x^2 6 What would I need to type in to get the steps, or do they simply not show for this type of maths, or is the maths still not 100% working! When I enter integrate (3^x)/(4-9^x)dx, I cannot see the steps.
I just wanted to say, i’ve been with Wolfram alpha since the day it went public back in may 2009, and i have to say this site has helped me more though my advanced math classes than any calculator, textbook or teacher ever could. this would be helpful because I also did it by hand and I got a different answer (the one given from Wolfram is correct). Is there somewhere where we can check what functions have full or partial “step-by-step” functionality? And is there any step-by-step functionality in the algebra section?
It would be amazing to figure out where I made my mistake I’ll pay for the program that shows step by step on a consistent manner. I’d really like to show WA to my students, but the course is for algebra, and it’s not very good if they can only get the answers without the full explanation. i=limits&a=*C.limits-_*Calculator.dflt-&f2=((2^x)+(3^(x+1))) / ((2^(x+2)) - (3^x))&f=Limit.limitfunction_((2^x)+(3^(x+1))) / ((2^(x+2)) - (3^x))&f3=infinity&f=Limit.limit_infinity&a=*FVar Opt.1-_**-.***Limit.limitvariable–.**Limit.direction—.*– I need step by step..
Wolfram Alpha is fantastic and don’t get me wrong Mathematica is also amazing, but I can’t believe this key area for students hasn’t been more developed. :( As far as i’ve seen you can only show steps for functions, etc.
Nothing seems to have any effect whatsoever, when you click “show steps” the web page loads like it’s attempting to show the normal step-by-step but doesn’t ever display anything, even though the button does change to “hide steps” no other changes are visible.
Please fix this website, to me this is the alpha and the omega (pun intended), and I can’t wait to have full functionality back!