# Calculus - The Fun Way

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By neumedia, Member on 16th March 2013, 07:50 AM

Allow us to present to you the Calculus App. This app takes education to a whole new level by reinterpreting known theories with artistic depictions. Scattered with engineered interactivity and reinforced with fully illustrated practice questions, the Calculus App presents a new educational paradigm that will enrich the learning experience of our knowledge-seeking audience.

The Full Edition of the Calculus Interactive App is now Available!

If you like this app please leave a comment on the App store. We are working to bring you the full version soon!

FEATURES
- Watch narrated tutorials guide you on the basic concepts of Calculusâ€¨
- Fun-to-watch videos introduce you to the world of Calculus; learn about the history of Calculus and not just the technical conceptsâ€¨
- Animated and illustrated concepts makes learning from scratch or refreshing easyâ€¨
- Interactive sections reinforce important conceptsâ€¨
- Move away from the usual style of learning in the classroomâ€¨
- Learn at your own pace: pause or replay the tutorials at your commandâ€¨
- Try the sample questions and check your answers against model solutions

Read the review on this App HERE

=== What's Available in the Lite Version ===â€¨
Introduction to Differentiationâ€¨
- Watch a video on Differentiationâ€¨
- Main Principles of Differentiationâ€¨
- Practice Questions

17th March 2013, 02:51 AM |#2
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Re: Calculus - The Fun Way
Like everyone called you in high school. NERD!

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18th March 2013, 03:10 PM |#3
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Calculus, the FUN way
Well.... we simply like learning.... with the app,it's more fun.

18th March 2013, 04:12 PM |#4
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And BTW, very nice app (concept)

I am using Galaxy Ace s5830i running 2.3.6
And its not compatible with it...
Don't know why?
19th March 2013, 02:40 PM |#5
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Originally Posted by iamareebjamal

And BTW, very nice app (concept)

I am using Galaxy Ace s5830i running 2.3.6
And its not compatible with it...
Don't know why?

Thank you for your expressed interest. Unfortunately,we do not support the resolution of your phone at the moment. We're looking into it.

As requested...
The app supports a min SDK level of 8 (Android 2.2)
Supported Screen Resolutions:
- small (426dp x 320dp)
- normal (470dp x 320dp)
- large (640dp x 480dp)
- xlarge (960dp x 720dp)
Though available on handheld devices, best viewed on a tablet platform
19th March 2013, 08:23 PM |#6
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Oh my... I remember doing this in High School and hated it! xD
20th March 2013, 01:15 AM |#7
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Yep, we understand
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Oh my... I remember doing this in High School and hated it! xD

Yep, we understand. We're hoping to bridge that gap by reinterpreting mundane material in a more fun and interactive way.
26th March 2013, 12:15 AM |#8
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May i ask for the free apk to be posted in the original thread post as an attachment because you don't have a play store link?
26th March 2013, 01:37 AM |#9
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Originally Posted by jman2131

May i ask for the free apk to be posted in the original thread post as an attachment because you don't have a play store link?

Hi!

I apologise, but we can't post the APK here right now.

However, you can find it in the Google play store in two ways:
• Go to the google play store and search for "Calculus Interactive App". It should be first app to surface. Look out for our logo, you can't miss it.
You will have to replace the <google play store domain> with the actual Google Play domain.
27th March 2013, 05:10 AM |#10
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Get the FREE Lite Edition!
You can now get the FREE Lite edition here
29th March 2013, 10:53 AM |#11
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Re: Calculus - The Fun Way
I'm personally in love with calculus and I'd really like to test this app. However, with the requirement of Adobe Air, I'm hesitant.

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