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- SkyClan480
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### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Hi everyone! Do you need something done, but just can't figure out how to do it? That's why I'm here! Just tell me what you want done, and I'll make the most compact possible script to do it. Thanks!

- badatprogrammingibe
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### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Hello.

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

- SkyClan480
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100+ posts

### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Hello.

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

This is actually quite simple. All you have to do is put your two variables into an operation, and then that operation into a condition. Then, once your condition is met, the operation is executed. It works with a lot of operations, the only thing I'm unsure of is the exponent. For your example, you would need something like…

if <> thenGo experiment with operator combinations and see what you can do.

set [your variable v] to (((3)*((2)+(4)))*(()+(1))

end

*Last edited by SkyClan480 (Feb. 23, 2018 23:49:58)*

- badatprogrammingibe
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### SkyClan480's Script Shop

No, I would like something that solves for derivatives and integrals of expressions, not simple evaluation of the expression.

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

This is actually quite simple. All you have to do is put your two variables into an operation, and then that operation into a condition. Then, once your condition is met, the operation is executed. It works with a lot of operations, the only thing I'm unsure of is the exponent. For your example, you would need something like…if <> thenGo experiment with operator combinations and see what you can do.

set [your variable v] to (((3)*((2)+(4)))*(()+(1))

end

- SkyClan480
- Scratcher

100+ posts

### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Well, if what I put doesn't cut it, I don't know. I'm only in sixth grade. Sorry that I wasn't able to help.No, I would like something that solves for derivatives and integrals of expressions, not simple evaluation of the expression.

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

This is actually quite simple. All you have to do is put your two variables into an operation, and then that operation into a condition. Then, once your condition is met, the operation is executed. It works with a lot of operations, the only thing I'm unsure of is the exponent. For your example, you would need something like…if <> thenGo experiment with operator combinations and see what you can do.

set [your variable v] to (((3)*((2)+(4)))*(()+(1))

end

- badatprogrammingibe
- Scratcher

75 posts

### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Just look at these article, and you should be able to understand:Well, if what I put doesn't cut it, I don't know. I'm only in sixth grade. Sorry that I wasn't able to help.No, I would like something that solves for derivatives and integrals of expressions, not simple evaluation of the expression.

I want something that solves derivatives and integrals. It should be able to work with standard algebraic notation. (example: 3x^2+4x+1)

Thank you.

PS: If you can do this I may or may not follow you ;)

This is actually quite simple. All you have to do is put your two variables into an operation, and then that operation into a condition. Then, once your condition is met, the operation is executed. It works with a lot of operations, the only thing I'm unsure of is the exponent. For your example, you would need something like…if <> thenGo experiment with operator combinations and see what you can do.

set [your variable v] to (((3)*((2)+(4)))*(()+(1))

end

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_calculus

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integral_calculus

- SkyClan480
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### SkyClan480's Script Shop

Hey guys. This forum is inactive, so I decided to post a simple script that may show you how I made the project scratulator, which is basically a calculator in scratch.

This is the same for the other three operators, and coders should be able to assimilate this into their code.

if <(operation) = (addition)> then

set [display v] to ((num1) + (num2))

end

This is the same for the other three operators, and coders should be able to assimilate this into their code.

*Last edited by SkyClan480 (March 6, 2018 20:43:19)*

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