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Graphing functionality comes to Google search

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Google has introduced graphing functionality to Google Search which allows users to enter mathematical functions directly into the search box.

Google Graphing
Google Graphing

Texas Instruments may forever have an iron grip on the K-12 graphing industry, but Google just rolled out its own little graphing tool in case you've lost your TI-83 — you can now graph mathematical functions by entering them directly into the Google search box. Users can type in a range of trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic single variable functions, see them plotted out on the search result page, and zoom and pan to examine them more closely. It's a simple yet elegant addition to Google's core product, and one that you should definitely check out — if you haven't plotted anything since your high school days, it's sure to conjure up some memories.