# Want to Contribute to KDE-Edu Community.

Mon Dec 19 22:37:11 UTC 2011

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On 12/19/2011 09:14 PM, Aleix Pol wrote:
> Hi Marco! :)
> I'm very interested in both features ^^. Actually I had two Algebra
> teachers asking me for Matrix operations, it would be awesome (and
> rather easy) to have it.
>
> Equation solving wouldn't be that hard either to solve some equations.
> Solving all equations is not really possible :). (think P=NP ;), well
> if you solve that one... we'll congratulate you a lot :D)
It is not possible to solve them exactly, but we can use Calculus (with
visual graph aids) to solve them approximately.
We should just line down some step to work on it and rhen I can look the
best way to integrate them. (I know we can use plug-ins)
>
> Aleix
>
> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 8:12 PM, Marco Calignano
>
>     Hi Aleix,
>
>     I also was thinking to join you in KAlgebra. I had also ideas for
>     Matrix and equation solving. We could also solve Integrals using
>     some plotting aids for educational porpoise. Also max and min
>     values of a curve.
>
>     Marco
>
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>     On 12/19/2011 02:46 PM, Aleix Pol wrote:
>>     yep, my plan is to deprecate kmplot soon, there are some things
>>     that need to happen first, though.
>>     Anyway, if you like math and want to help, tell me, there's
>>     plenty to do in KAlgebra!
>>
>>     Cheers!
>>     Aleix
>>
>>     On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 8:27 AM, todd rme <toddrme2178 at gmail.com
>>     <mailto:toddrme2178 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>
>>         On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 7:22 PM, Eike Krumbacher
>>         <eike.krumbacher at x-eike.de
>>         <mailto:eike.krumbacher at x-eike.de>> wrote:
>>         > * There is one app arround in KDE-EDU, kmplot, which does
>>         not have a
>>         > maintainer.
>>         > http://edu.kde.org/applications/mathematics/kmplot/
>>         > There are lots of things to do, to make kmplot shiny again.
>>         Would you like
>>         > to take a step?
>>
>>         There was also some talk, I recall, of merging the features
>>         of kmplot
>>         into kalgebra, and dropping kmplot.  They do have a lot of
>>         overlap,
>>         and kalgebra has some advantages over kmplot (3D plotting), while
>>         kmplot is more flexible than kalgebra for 2D plotting.  So if
>>         you like
>>         kmplot, improving plotting in kalgebra to have comparable
>>         features to
>>         kmplot might be a better approach.
>>
>>         -Todd
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