1. Solution of equations of the form F(x) = 0
2. Plotting several functions
3. Solving transcendental equations
4. Solving linear and quadratic equations
5. Solving more complicated algebraic equations
6. Integration of complex functions
7. Solving graphs of functions
8. Relating graph and function methods
9. Solving transcendental equations
10. Solving polynomial and rational equations
11. Special functions
12. Determining the initial conditions of a differential equation
13. Solving simultaneous equations
14. Solving equations involving limits
15. Solving inequalities
16. Solving systems of equations
17. Solving cubic and quartic equations
18. Solving conic sections
19. Plotting graphical functions
20. Solving a quadratic equation in one variable
21. Solving a quadratic equation in two variables
22. Integrating and differentiating quadratic functions
23. Solving equations of the form F(x) = 0
24. Solving the equation of a parabola
25. Solving the equation of an ellipse
26. Solving the equation of a hyperbola
27. Solving the equation of a circle
28. Solving the equation of a cycloid
29. Solving the equation of a spiral
30. Solving the equation of a conchoid
31. Solving the equation of a lissajous curve
32. Solving the equation of a point
33. Solving the equation of a line
34. Solving the equation of a plane
35. Solving the equation of a cylinder
36. Solving the equation of a cone
37. Solving the equation of a parabolic mirror
38. Solving the equation of a paraboloid
39. Solving the equation of a hyperbolic mirror
40. Solving the equation of a lens
41. Solving the equation of a pyramid
42. Solving the equation of a cylinder
43. Solving the equation of a cone
44. Solving the equation of an ellipse
45. Solving the equation of a hyperbolic cone
46. Solving the equation of a paraboloid
47. Solving the equation of a screw
48. Solving the equation of a tricep surface
49. Solving the equation of a parabolic curve
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