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You can practically do a lot on Google searches. Apart from searching for websites, Google.com can help you browse for products, provide dictionary definitions, convert measurements and currencies, and even provide solutions to simple arithmetic problems. But the popular search site is apparently not done yet, as it recently launched a new functionality: as a graphing calculator.

Math geeks can simply input a mathematical function into the search bar, or even multiple functions as long as they are separated by commas. Press Enter and you instantly get a graph, which can be explored more closely by zooming in and out as well as panning across.

According to Google, the new function “covers an extensive range of single variable functions including trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic, and their compositions.”

For starters, try typing “sin(x)” on the search bar and see the resulting graph.

Source: Inside Google Search, via The Verge and Engadget




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