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## Description

**Math** (*/math*) adds a simple command to the game that allows the user to do calculations in the chat. The computations range from basic arithmetic to differentiation and integration.

**Supported commands:**

**Basic:**

add(num1, num2) => Adds two doubles

subtract(num1, num2) => Subtracts two doubles

multiply(num1, num2) => Multiplies two doubles

divide(num1, num2) => Divides two doubles

remainder(num1, num2) => Finds the remainder when num1 is divided by num2

random(min, max) => Generates a random number between min and max

sqrt(num) => Finds the square root of a double

nthRt(num) => Finds the nth root of a double (i.e. 5th root)

pow(num1, num2) => Returns num1 raised to num2

log10(num) => Evaluates log10 of the specified double

ln(num) => Evaluates the natural log of the specified double

exp(num) => Raises num to Euler's number (e)

zeros(a, b, c) => Shows the x-intercepts of a polynomial

**Trigonometry:**

sin(num) => Returns the trigonometric sin of a radian angle

cos(num) => Returns the trigonometric cosine of a radian angle

tan(num) => Returns the trigonometric tangent of a radian angle

asin(num) => Returns the arc sin of a double in radians

acos(num) => Returns the arc cosine of a double in radians

atan(num) => Returns the arc tangent of a double in radians

sind(num) => Returns the trigonometric sin of an angle in degrees

cosd(num) => Returns the trigonometric cosine of an angle in degrees

tand(num) => Returns the trigonometric tangent of an angle in degrees

asind(num) => Returns the arc sin of a double in degrees

acosd(num) => Returns the arc cosine of a double in degrees

atand(num) => Returns the arc tangent of a double in degrees

**Calculus:**

derive(coeff, var, pow) => Returns the derivative of a term

integrate(coeff, var, pow) => Returns the integral of a term

**Vectors in 2D and 3D:**

addVector3d(x1, y1, z1, x2, y2, z2) => Adds two 3D vectors

subtractVector3d(x1, y1, z1, x2, y2, z2) => Subtracts two 3D vectors

dotProduct3d(x1, y1, z1, x2, y2, z2) => Finds the dot product of two 3D vectors

crossProduct3d(x1, y1, z1, x2, y2, z2) => Finds the cross product of two 3D vectors

lengthVector3d(x, y, z) => Returns the length of a 3D vector

addVector2d(x1, y1, x2, y2) => Adds two 2D vectors

subtractVector2d(x1, y1, x2, y2) => Subtracts two 2D vectors

dotProduct2d(x1, y1, x2, y2) => Finds the dot product of two 2D vectors

crossProduct2d(x1, y1, x2, y2) => Finds the cross product of two 2D vectors

lengthVector2d(x, y) => Returns the length of a 2D vector

distance3d(x1, y1, z1, x2, y2, z2) => Returns the distance between two 3D coordinates

distance2d(x1, y1, x2, y2) => Returns the distance between two 2D coordinates

**Important note**: Minecraft's coordinate system uses a typical coordinate system seen in 3D graphics where the y-axis represents the vertical height. In mathematics, it is common for the z-axis to be used instead to represent the vertical dimension.