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This is an amazing app. I just tried it. I scanned in a quadratic equation, and viola, it solved it instantly. Wow! It showed me the steps as well as created a graph of it. Then it neatly summarized the roots of the quadratic equation, the domain and the vertical intercept.
With Photomath simply point your camera toward a math problem and it will show the result with a detailed step-by-step instructions. It supports:
• Operations with: Integers, Fractions, Decimal numbers, Powers, Roots, Logarithms
• Algebraic expressions
• Equations: Linear, Quadratic, Absolute value, Rational, Irrational, Logarithmic, Exponential, Trigonometric
• Inequalities: Linear, Quadratic, Absolute value, Rational, Irrational, Logarithmic, Exponential
• Solving Systems using: Comparison, Substitution, Elimination, Gauss-Jordan method and Cramer's Rule
• Calculus: Derivatives, Integrals
• Trigonometry: Converting Angles, Calculating trigonometric values, Finding Periods of trigonometric functions, Calculating with trigonometric expressions
• Graphs of Elementary Functions
GradeProof offers automated high-quality spelling, grammar and rephrasing corrections to improve the quality and eloquence of your writing - just like a spellchecker, but on steroids. If you are not sure of your writing, try this app and let us know if it really helped you.
With StudyStack you can create your own unique flashcards and share them with your fellow students and teachers. You can ever search thousands of flashcards made by others and use them for your study. Check out this app. I just did and it quite good.
Fill the Artkive Box with your kids’ art, and it will be professionally photographed and turned it into a stunning, keepsake book. You can then access these memories from any connected device. Try it out and let us know if you like it.
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You need this app. It will help you organize your life around your study. Try it and let us know if you like it.
Why the Power of the Pen can Make You an Invincible Learner
Cognitive neuropsychologists, Audrey van der Meer and Ruud van der Weel, from the renowned Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), are experts in the field of how technology and learning intersect. They have studied the differences between using a pen and using a keyboard and how it impacts learning and they have some fascinating insights to report.
Does long-hand note-taking using a pen deepens the mind’s ability to retain and process information?
That is the question the researchers asked and carried out a two-month research project with students. Their project aimed to find out whether note taking by typing versus note taking with a pen would bring about differences in brain activity, thereby affecting a student’s ability to learn.
1. Microsoft Surface Tablet: The Best Digital Pen & Paper
We use Microsoft's Surface tablet, the closest emulation to a pen and paper. You can take faster notes, share material quickly, and organize more efficiently.
What ever happened to the classic pen and paper? The tactile experience of writing letters.
You can write directly on webpages with the Surface Pen, which is a delight to use. The Surface Pen feels like a real pen. We like the sensors on it and feels like you are using a real palm. It also recognizes your palm, so your palm does not interfere with writing. You can quickly switch between lines and graph paper. Cut and paste is seamless.
Hillview Prep is an ed-tech company that is changing how education is provided. We are using Microsoft surface with a cloud-based student/instructor network that offers instant sharing, integrated chat, and efficient note taking through a browser or a mobile device.
We find that the Surface is the most versatile tablet in the market for education. The Surface has eliminated the need for paper, pens and even whiteboards.
The Best Digital Pen & Paper
We use Microsoft's Surface tablet, the closest emulation to a pen and paper. Take faster notes, share material quickly, and organize more efficiently.
It is super easy to highlight text, write notes and just work with the Surface. It is also easy to integrate with the cloud, so both teachers and students have access to material anywhere and at anytime.
The Surface Pen and digital ink has positively impacted our teacher and student productivity. Fast and effective feedback is critical in learning material, especially harder concepts. Often in instruction there is a lag between instruction and feedback to and from the student. With the use of Surface and our cloud student/instructor network, we provide and receive instant feedback. Digital ink is transformational in feedback for students and teachers. It is as simple as creating annotations, markups and highlights.
Learn Efficiently, Store Notes On The Cloud
Your notes are instantly stored on the cloud and can be accessed and edited through your mobile device and desktop at any time.