Formula plotting-simplifier cartoons

 This page discusses plotting formulae on Algebra.com. Go to the formula plotting portal for formula, math cartoon and diagram plotting help. You can also see many use examples and live practice with plotting formulas, graphs and cartoons. It is a very powerful system for helping to explain math to children. This page discusses Algebra.com's Simplifier. It simplifies expressions and will soon solve equations and do substitutions. Go to the formula simplifier portal for information on this extremely powerful tool. You can also see many use examples and live practice with the simplifier. It can also be used in tutors to quickly explain simplification and evaluation in cartoon form.

If you write a solution or a lesson, and want to explain to a student how to simplify something, give my expression simplifier a chance. My simplifier would try to simplify a formula and draw a very visual cartoon explaining simplification step by step.

All you have to do is say:

``` {{{simplifier_cartoon( x^2-x*x/2 ) }}}
```

My server would draw a cartoon explaining simplification visually.

The simplifier does the following:

• reduction of constant expressions
• removal of unnecessary parentheses (being mindful of sign)
• reduction of similar factors
• reduction of similar terms
• removal of powers of 0 and 1

I am working on expanding it and am open to suggestions. Feel free to click on the "Discussion" link on top of the page and add your request for a new simplification method. Add an example. Click here to play with my expression simplifier.