The calculator will try to factor any polynomial (binomial, trinomial, quadratic, etc.), with steps shown.
The following methods are used: factoring monomials (common factor), factoring quadratics, grouping and regrouping, square of sum/difference, cube of sum/difference, difference of squares, sum/difference of cubes, Rational Zeros Theorem.
The domain of the inverse secant is `(-oo,-1]uu[1,oo)`, the range is `[0,pi/2)uu(pi/2,pi]`. The calculator will find the inverse cosecant of the given value in radians and degrees.
The inverse secant `y=csc^(-1)(x)` or `y=acsc(x)` or `y=arccsc(x)` is such a function that `csc(y)=x`.
The domain of the inverse cosine is `[-1,1]`, the range is `[0,pi]`. The calculator will find the inverse tangent of the given value in radians and degrees.
The inverse tangent `y=tan^(-1)(x)` or `y=atan(x)` or `y=arctan(x)` is such a function that `tan(y)=x`.If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website.If you're behind a web filter, please make sure that the domains *.and *.are unblocked.The domain of the inverse cotangent is `(-oo,oo)`, the range is `(0,pi)`. The calculator will find the inverse secant of the given value in radians and degrees.The inverse secant `y=sec^(-1)(x)` or `y=asec(x)` or `y=arcsec(x)` is such a function that `sec(y)=x`.It will also convert fraction into decimal number and into improper fraction (if possible).The calculator will divide any two numbers (positive or negative, integer or decimal), with steps shown.This calculator will find either the equation of the parabola from the given parameters or the axis of symmetry, eccentricity, latus rectum, length of the latus rectum, focus, vertex, directrix, focal parameter, x-intercepts, y-intercepts of the entered parabola.To graph a parabola, visit parabola grapher (choose the implicit option).After this, it will decide which possible roots are actually the roots.This is a more general case of the Integer (Integral) Root Theorem (when leading coefficient is `1` or `-1`). The calculator will try to factor any expression (polynomial, binomial, trinomial, quadratic, rational, irrational, exponential, trigonometric, or mix of them), with steps shown.