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March 04, 2020 Wednesday 12:09:02 PM IST

Microsoft math solver for students

Teacher Insights

Microsoft has come up with a new all-in-one app called Microsoft Math Solver to make it easier for children to understand a wide range of mathematical concepts. It can be a simple arithmetic to complex quadratic equations and statistics. All that needs to be done is to use the smartphone camera to click a photo of a math problem to solve it-be it handwritten or printed.  The app enables the user to enter problems or draw using a stylus or finger. It recognises the handwriting and shows the problem in text form.  The problem can also be typed using a scientific calculator in the app.  The app provides instant solutions and step-by-step guidance on various problem-solving methods. Interactive graphs and tables help learn about correlations easier. It also has video tutorials and worksheets. It is available in a variety of languages.


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