The Origins of bCalc

bCalc.net is an online graphing calculator created by students for students. We know that sometimes you need to use a graphing calculator but don’t always have one handy. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to go online and find one that’s quick and easy to use?

This is where bCalc comes in. We’re a group of students that have used graphing calculators throughout many years of math classes, and we know what works and what doesn’t. We took our experiences, put the most commonly used features of graphing calculators onto a simple, clean interface, and came up with bCalc.

Thank you for visiting bCalc.net and we hope that we’ve helped you in some way!

Some Fun Parametric Graphs

Try these out in our parametic equations section!

x(t)=cos(t)-cos(80*t)*sin(t)
y(t)=2*sin(t)-sin(80*t)

x(t)=10sin(31t)
y(t)=10cos(31t)

x(t)=sin(t)(e^(cos(t))-2cos(4t)-sin(t/12)^5)
y(t)=cos(t)(e^(cos(t))-2cos(4t)-sin(t/12)^5)

How to Contribute

You are welcome to contribute, add a new feature, or fix a bug.

Git: https://github.com/richardabc/bcalc.git

The Creators

bCalc.net was built as a class project for Computer Science 169: Software Engineering at UC Berkeley in Spring 2009.

We are:

Francisco Gimenez
Richard Heng
Steven Lai
Andy Lin
Mindy Lue
Geoffrey Wing
Richard Zhang