Archim 1.3.1

Program Specifications
Version:1.3.1
Size:479 KB
Publisher:Stochastic Lab
Operating System:WinXP, WinVista, WinME, Win98, Win95, Win2000
Requirements:Pentium II, 5Mb free space on HDD, 32Mb RAM
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Publisher's Description of Archim

" Drawing the graphs of all kinds of functions. "
- From Stochastic Lab

 Archim is a program for drawing the graphs of all kinds of functions. You can define a graph explicitly and parametrically, in polar and spherical coordinates, on a plane and in space (surface). Archim will be useful for teachers and students, as well as for everyone who is interested min geometry. With Archim, you will draw the graph of any function and form, just use your imagination. Archim has a wizard making it easier to draw graphs and more than 30 various sample functions. Sends us the formula of a beautiful and original graph and you will get Archim for free! Navigation: The working area of the program can be conventionally divided into two parts: you enter your formula and its parameters in the "Function" area, while the graph of this function is drawn in the "Graph" section. You can use your mouse to rotate the graph in any direction (with the left mouse button, you can rotate it left/right and up/down, while with the right mouse button, you can rotate it clockwise and counterclockwise). You can change the color of the graph and the method of filling (for a surface), background and grid colors, the scale and perspective level of the displayed graph.

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Tags
 graphs  |  function  |  graph  |  polar  |  coordinates  |  spherical  |  coordinates  |  sine  |  cosine