Maths Lab


maths lab


Maths Lab consists of a few widely-used virtual mathematical tools. The quadratic equation generator, for instance, can produce thousands of questions - and at random - for you to practise - and all at a click of a button. Most of them, are easily factorable, which makes the experience in solving them a bit more pleasant.

Then, you have a programme to check whether the answers are correct. You can use the Quadratic Solver for that. Just type in the coefficient of x2, x and the constant to find the solutions.

There is a programme to generate simultaneous equations, number sequences and even the coordinates of straight lines. If you want to practise compound interest based calculations, there is a programme for that too.

The site is developed with Microsoft's .Net technology, ASP.Net, JavaScript, CSS and AJAX, in compliance with the guidelines of the W3C, the internet governing body.

Quadratic Equation Generator

A random equation for each click will appear here.

Quadratic Solver

a =       b =       c =      


Simultaneous Equation Generator

Two random equations will appear below, when clicked

Coordinates for a Straight Line Graph

Use the coordinates to find the equation of the line.


Generate a Sequence

Compound Interest Calculator

P =    N =    R  =


Finding square roots without calculators

Equations of tangents to a curve

tangetns to a curve | Vivax Solutions

Exponential Functions

Exponential Functions | Vivax Solutions

First Derivative - differential coefficient (dy/dx)

first derivative | Vivax Solutions

The Trapezium Rule

trapezium rule | Vivax Solutions

The Exponential Function

the expoential function | Vivax Solutions

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Resources at Fingertips

This is a vast collection of tutorials, covering the syllabuses of GCSE, iGCSE, A-level and even at undergraduate level. They are organized according to these specific levels.
The major categories are for core mathematics, statistics, mechanics and trigonometry. Under each category, the tutorials are grouped according to the academic level.
This is also an opportunity to pay tribute to the intellectual giants like Newton, Pythagoras and Leibniz, who came up with lots of concepts in maths that we take for granted today - by using them to serve mankind.

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Please use them and excel in the sphere of science education.

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Recommended Reading


Maths is challenging; so is finding the right book. K A Stroud, in this book, cleverly managed to make all the major topics crystal clear with plenty of examples; popularity of the book speak for itself - 7th edition in print.

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