Google has introduces graphing calculator’ functionality to its search bar. If a user queries a mathematical function on Google the SERPS will now return an interactive graph representing the function entered.

Try out simple sin(x) geometric functions or complex equations, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions.

Observations:

- More than 1 equation can be graphed at once
- Zoom in / zoom out and pan functionality works
- Included point by point information from the graph
- Standard cos of x squared and actual math symbols all work

Google has made their search bar into a graphing calculator. When you type in a mathematical function on Google, the search results will now contain an interactive graph of the function you just entered.

Sources – Google Blog | Google Graphing Capabilities

Author: brad forster