 # Calculus Calculators!

Stuck on a math problem? Need to find a derivative or integral? Our calculators will give you the answer and take you through the whole process, step-by-step! All calculators support all common trigonometric, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions. The constants pi and e can be used in all calculations. The syntax is the same that modern graphical calculators use. ### Derivatives

The Calculator can find derivatives using the sum rule, the elementary power rule, the generalized power rule, the reciprocal rule (inverse function rule), the product rule, the chain rule and logarithmic derivatives. Of course trigonometric, hyperbolic and exponential functions are also supported. ### Integrals / Antiderivatives

Find the anti-derivative of any function using integration by substitution, integration by parts, integration by logarithmic substitution and integration by splitting the expression into partial fractions. Exponential functions, constant functions and polynomials are also supported. ### Function Analysis

Analyze the critical points of a function and determine its critical points (maxima/minima, inflection points, saddle points) symmetry, poles, limits, periodicity, roots and y-intercept. Additionally, the system will compute the intervals on which the function is monotonically increasing and decreasing, include a plot of the function and calculate its derivatives and antiderivatives,.

## Coming Soon! ### Limits

Although step-by-step solutions aren't supported at the time, you can still calculate the limit of any college-level function. ### Series

Find the Taylor expansion series of any function and see how it's done! Up to ten Taylor-polynomials can be calculated at a time.

All solutions will be simplified after calculation and alternate ways of representing the expression will be provided, if available. 