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Google can create 3D graphs

Our school teachers have nothing to do anymore. Google checks spelling, Google replaces books and encyclopedias, Google solves math problems… It couldn't do the only thing: create 3D graphs for complex equations. But those times are far away as well.

So these graphs are fully interactive, dynamic and can be easily changed and explored.

You can test the function yourself by searching, say, sqrt(x*x+y*y)+3*cos(sqrt(x*x+y*y))+5. After Google shows the image, you can zoom it in or out by pressing '+' or '-' buttons accordingly, rotate it with your mouse or by pressing the 'Play' button on the screen. Enjoy :)

Oh, I've forgotten. The function is only available to you if your web browser supports WebGL (meaning, Chrome of Firefox). Now, enjoy :)


Comments (3)

CrazyMom CrazyMom # 0 Up Down

It seems that Google represents tale to life. Complex things are simplified. Imagine the time comes when we do not need anything to do except open Google and cast some spells to get what we want!

Zecar Zecar # 0 Up Down

I suppose the results of Google's spelling checks and math solutions are poor. And I'm afraid the situation is unlikely to alter soon)

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