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## Full Description of File

Mathomatic V5.6; Symbolic math program.

This program that can automatically

solve, simplify, combine, and graph

algebraic equations, etc. Does

calculus operations, too. Mathomatic

is an inexpensive alternative to

Mathematica.

This program that can automatically

solve, simplify, combine, and graph

algebraic equations, etc. Does

calculus operations, too. Mathomatic

is an inexpensive alternative to

Mathematica.

Symbolic Math package … solve equations exactly, not numerically. | |||
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File Name | File Size | Zip Size | Zip Type |

AC.BAT | 53 | 53 | stored |

ADV.TXT | 1613 | 754 | deflated |

AM.BAT | 50 | 50 | stored |

AMTUTOR.EXE | 181489 | 76641 | deflated |

AMTUTOR.ICO | 768 | 185 | deflated |

FILE_ID.DIZ | 236 | 165 | deflated |

GRAPH.EXE | 86813 | 46274 | deflated |

LIMIT.IN | 1297 | 528 | deflated |

ORDER.FRM | 1895 | 553 | deflated |

POINTS.IN | 487 | 225 | deflated |

README.TXT | 4828 | 2082 | deflated |

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## Contents of the README.TXT file

Mathomatic V5.6; Symbolic math program.

This program that can automatically

solve, simplify, combine, and graph

algebraic equations, etc. Does

calculus operations, too. Mathomatic

is an inexpensive alternative to

Mathematica.

February 26, 1995

This archive contains the shareware version of Mathomatic, the algebraic

manipulator. A tutorial program is included. This is an MS-DOS program, but

it will work under Windows.

The shareware version of Mathomatic has been incorporated into the tutorial

program to eliminate duplicated code. The shareware version is fully

functional and can now be directly accessed by using the included batch files.

This archive may be freely distributed as long as none of the files inside are

modified or missing.

The files that should be in the archive are:

AC.BAT Batch file for running Mathomatic in color mode.

ADV.TXT Advertisement and description of Mathomatic.

AM.BAT Batch file for running Mathomatic with no color.

AMTUTOR.EXE The Mathomatic tutorial, demo, and program.

AMTUTOR.ICO A Mathomatic icon you can load under Windows.

FILE_ID.DIZ Short description of Mathomatic.

GRAPH.EXE The Mathomatic Graph program (Requires EGA or VGA).

LIMIT.IN Read this into Mathomatic to learn how to do calculus limits.

ORDER.FRM The Mathomatic registration form.

POINTS.IN Read this into Mathomatic to get equations from 2/3 points.

README.TXT This file.

To run the tutorial, type in "amtutor" at the DOS prompt. If you have a color

computer and you have the "ANSI.SYS" driver loaded, you can see how Mathomatic

works in color by typing "amtutor -c" at the DOS prompt. In color mode,

Mathomatic outputs ANSI escape sequences to make each level of parentheses a

different color. To execute the shareware version of Mathomatic, select it

from the tutorial main menu or type "am" at the DOS prompt (type "ac" for color

mode).

If you are going to use color mode, you will need to add the following line to

your "\config.sys" file:

device = \dos\ansi.sys

In color mode, Mathomatic changes the default text color on your screen to

green. To run ANSI programs without changing the default text color, you need

to set the default color you want in your MS-DOS prompt. The procedure to do

this is just one of many things described in the Mathomatic manual.

You must have at least 640K of memory in your computer to run Mathomatic.

Mathomatic runs on all IBM-PC and IBM-PC/AT compatibles with the MS-DOS

operating system. The Mathomatic "graph" command requires EGA or VGA and

MS-DOS version 3.0 or higher. A math coprocessor is recommended and always

used if available.

The number of equation spaces and the equation size are reduced in this

shareware version of Mathomatic.

Mathomatic is written in Microsoft C V5.1, is self-testing, and strictly

follows the rules of algebra. Mathomatic is powerful enough for users to check

their answers/solutions.

Registered users get the full sized version of Mathomatic with hardcopy manual.

They also get my prime number tools and other goodies. The full sized version

has more equation spaces and allows equations three times larger than the

shareware version allows. And it allows approximation of definite integrals,

which wasn't included in the shareware version because it needs to be explained

by the Mathomatic manual.

The prime number tools work with up to 14 digit numbers. They factor integers

and perform perfect number analysis and quickly generate any number of

consecutive primes.

To become a registered user and get the full sized version of Mathomatic,

please do the following:

1) Print the file "ORDER.FRM". At the DOS prompt, type: PRINT ORDER.FRM

2) Fill it out.

3) Make out a check or money order payable to "George Gesslein II".

It must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank.

A single user registration costs $49.95.

4) Send the order form with check or money order to:

George Gesslein II

RD#2 118 Sharpsteen Road

Locke, New York 13092

USA

Compuserve user ID: 74040,1212

Internet address: [email protected]

My home phone number, FREE technical support, and discounts on updates will

also be provided to those who register. Feel free to send me Email, even if

you haven't registered. Bug reports, comments, and questions are always

welcomed.

The FREE technical support provided to registered users includes extra help in

using the full sized version of Mathomatic, answers to any math questions you

may have that I can find the answer to, a free update if you find a bug in

Mathomatic, and the kind of expert, professional help you can only get directly

from the author of an advanced math program.

If you decide to keep Mathomatic, please support the development of this

advanced math program by registering.

This program that can automatically

solve, simplify, combine, and graph

algebraic equations, etc. Does

calculus operations, too. Mathomatic

is an inexpensive alternative to

Mathematica.

February 26, 1995

This archive contains the shareware version of Mathomatic, the algebraic

manipulator. A tutorial program is included. This is an MS-DOS program, but

it will work under Windows.

The shareware version of Mathomatic has been incorporated into the tutorial

program to eliminate duplicated code. The shareware version is fully

functional and can now be directly accessed by using the included batch files.

This archive may be freely distributed as long as none of the files inside are

modified or missing.

The files that should be in the archive are:

AC.BAT Batch file for running Mathomatic in color mode.

ADV.TXT Advertisement and description of Mathomatic.

AM.BAT Batch file for running Mathomatic with no color.

AMTUTOR.EXE The Mathomatic tutorial, demo, and program.

AMTUTOR.ICO A Mathomatic icon you can load under Windows.

FILE_ID.DIZ Short description of Mathomatic.

GRAPH.EXE The Mathomatic Graph program (Requires EGA or VGA).

LIMIT.IN Read this into Mathomatic to learn how to do calculus limits.

ORDER.FRM The Mathomatic registration form.

POINTS.IN Read this into Mathomatic to get equations from 2/3 points.

README.TXT This file.

To run the tutorial, type in "amtutor" at the DOS prompt. If you have a color

computer and you have the "ANSI.SYS" driver loaded, you can see how Mathomatic

works in color by typing "amtutor -c" at the DOS prompt. In color mode,

Mathomatic outputs ANSI escape sequences to make each level of parentheses a

different color. To execute the shareware version of Mathomatic, select it

from the tutorial main menu or type "am" at the DOS prompt (type "ac" for color

mode).

If you are going to use color mode, you will need to add the following line to

your "\config.sys" file:

device = \dos\ansi.sys

In color mode, Mathomatic changes the default text color on your screen to

green. To run ANSI programs without changing the default text color, you need

to set the default color you want in your MS-DOS prompt. The procedure to do

this is just one of many things described in the Mathomatic manual.

You must have at least 640K of memory in your computer to run Mathomatic.

Mathomatic runs on all IBM-PC and IBM-PC/AT compatibles with the MS-DOS

operating system. The Mathomatic "graph" command requires EGA or VGA and

MS-DOS version 3.0 or higher. A math coprocessor is recommended and always

used if available.

The number of equation spaces and the equation size are reduced in this

shareware version of Mathomatic.

Mathomatic is written in Microsoft C V5.1, is self-testing, and strictly

follows the rules of algebra. Mathomatic is powerful enough for users to check

their answers/solutions.

Registered users get the full sized version of Mathomatic with hardcopy manual.

They also get my prime number tools and other goodies. The full sized version

has more equation spaces and allows equations three times larger than the

shareware version allows. And it allows approximation of definite integrals,

which wasn't included in the shareware version because it needs to be explained

by the Mathomatic manual.

The prime number tools work with up to 14 digit numbers. They factor integers

and perform perfect number analysis and quickly generate any number of

consecutive primes.

To become a registered user and get the full sized version of Mathomatic,

please do the following:

1) Print the file "ORDER.FRM". At the DOS prompt, type: PRINT ORDER.FRM

2) Fill it out.

3) Make out a check or money order payable to "George Gesslein II".

It must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank.

A single user registration costs $49.95.

4) Send the order form with check or money order to:

George Gesslein II

RD#2 118 Sharpsteen Road

Locke, New York 13092

USA

Compuserve user ID: 74040,1212

Internet address: [email protected]

My home phone number, FREE technical support, and discounts on updates will

also be provided to those who register. Feel free to send me Email, even if

you haven't registered. Bug reports, comments, and questions are always

welcomed.

The FREE technical support provided to registered users includes extra help in

using the full sized version of Mathomatic, answers to any math questions you

may have that I can find the answer to, a free update if you find a bug in

Mathomatic, and the kind of expert, professional help you can only get directly

from the author of an advanced math program.

If you decide to keep Mathomatic, please support the development of this

advanced math program by registering.

December 23, 2017
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