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Seriously saying, this app is literally just useless unless if you know the answer to math problems and want to check your answers. Otherwise, paying wouldn’t be a consideration for me. For those who are on a tight budget, and have a strong desire to reach their future career, I’d say paying wouldn’t be worth it, especially if you are just doing a living only as a student with no career and if you do not have enough financial support. I’ve lived a long way with this app studying all day and all night and yet there is high demand for paying just to get the work shown to get the idea why a question is answered in a certain way. This is why nowadays I read reviews from various books titled for math and read books that give a full explanation of how an answer is earned. As a life lesson it’s just good to say the fact that spending is not worth it for this app since there are various places and apps to ask questions related to learning math (at least in my area). This app should be like a substitute teacher or tutor for those who are having trouble, but the fact that there is such huge fee just ruins the reason why I should install this app. Teachers ask for showing work, and yet I’m stuck, having no idea what to do to get the right answers. This also goes to understanding how an answer is caught as well.
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I have been using this a lot this semester so I decided to pay for the monthly subscription then I could cancel the membership at the end of the semester, but it doesn’t even work. The subscription shows in my subscriptions list in my settings but I still can’t view the steps, and when I attempt to see how the problem is solved it brings me to the menu to subscribe to the paid part of the app. Honestly though, other than that. This app works pretty great, solves problems the right way and you can select the method of how you want the problem solved. You can change what kind of math you are trying to solve, and the answers are pretty spot on. The predictive text is even really good on this, it’ll help solve word problems and you kind of don’t em have to type anything in sometimes. However, the keyboard is very buggy and you can’t type very fast. It’s also kind of hard to navigate as there are like 4 different keyboard menus to choose from, I always forget where to find things and it kind of takes a while to load the text sometimes. But it does solve the problems.
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In this article, we have compiled a list of 8 such resources that offer interactive tools and expert guidance to help you master math problem-solving and achieve success.
Mathway calculator is a smart math problem solver which gives you a step by step solution to a math problem. Just type your question and press enter to reveal a detailed answer to your math problem. This intelligent math problem solver, simplifies the process with step by step solutions. All it takes is a question input, and upon hitting enter, you unlock a detailed answer. This powerful tool is your key to conquering math challenges efficiently.
It is a smartphone application which is also known as a camera calculator. All you have to do is take a picture of a math problem and upload it. This math app will scan the problem, solve it, and will display a detailed solution on your screen. Photomath, the renowned camera calculator app, makes math effortless. Snap a photo of your math problem, upload it, and watch as this math app scans, solves, and displays a comprehensive solution.
The application efficiently scans, computes, and presents you with a meticulous, step-by-step solution, answering the ever-persistent question: "What is the answer to this math problem?" It's a seamless way to navigate the world of mathematics, placing the solution at your fingertips.
3. Microsoft Math Solver
From algebra and trigonometry to statistics and calculus, Microsoft math solver provides you a free platform where you can not only get detailed solutions to your questions, but also other supporting materials such as interactive graphs, relevant practice problems, and online videos.
In addition to detailed answers, it equips you with valuable resources like interactive graphs, pertinent practice problems, and instructive online videos. It's your gateway to a richer mathematical learning experience, combining the power of answers with educational support.
Cymath is a free application that gives a step by step solution to any math problem. This app does not give you the final answer only, rather the whole solution is broken down into steps for your understanding.
This math problem solver with steps empowers you to tackle math problems with ease, no matter where you are. Simply input your math problem, and let Cymath work its magic, providing you with a detailed solution broken down into manageable steps. No more math conundrums – Cymath has got your back!
This math application that allows you to take a picture of a math problem, solves it intuitively, and displays answer on the screen. This app provides solutions to many math problems ranging from algebra to calculus. The best thing about this app is that it can recognize handwritten math problems too. Isn’t that cool?
Unlock the magic of having your own on-the-go math tutor available at your fingertips! With this revolutionary solution, you'll never be left struggling with a math problem again. Simply snap a picture of the math problem you're facing, and voila! You'll receive a personalized step by step answer to a math problem along with a thorough explanation. It's like having a math genius in your pocket, ready to assist you at any moment.
Quick math provides quick solutions to students for all types of math problems, whether they are related to algebra, calculus, or matrices. Quick Math is your ultimate solution for rapid, hassle-free problem-solving in various mathematical domains. Whether you're grappling with algebra, calculus, or matrices, Quick Math delivers swift and precise answers, empowering students to excel in their studies.
Don't let complex math problems hold you back – unlock the power of Quick Math for seamless problem resolution and mathematical mastery.
Here is another amazing website that answers math problems. Symbolab is an online website that gives you detailed solutions to any math problem related to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. It is an incredible online math solver that offers comprehensive solutions to a wide range of math problems.
Whether you're a student seeking math homework help or an individual looking for math assistance, Symbolab is your go-to resource. This math help platform provides step-by-step answers and thorough explanations, making it easier for you to grasp complex math concepts. Say goodbye to math-related stress and hello to seamless problem-solving with Symbolab!
8. Chegg Math Solver
It gives you full-time access to an online math calculator or math solver where you can type any math question and get a detailed explanation along with the final answer. Chegg Math Solver is an invaluable step-by-step math problem solver and calculator designed to enhance your comprehension of mathematical concepts.
With its instantaneous solutions, it empowers users to conquer problems in subjects like Pre-Calculus and beyond, making math learning more accessible and engaging.
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7 Best Math Solver Apps and Websites
We have already talked about math learning apps for Android and iOS before. These apps allow you to study and brush up on mathematical concepts regardless of where you are. But what do you do when you get stuck on a problem and there is no one to help you out? The answer is easy. There are tons of apps and websites that you can use to solve math problems in no time. So if you don’t want to depend on anybody, here are some of the best math solver apps and websites you can try. Let’s begin.
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1. mathway: scan photos, solve problems.
Mathway is the most recommended app when it comes to math problem-solving apps. It covers a large area of mathematics such as basic math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc. So whether you want to solve basic square roots or word out complicated limits and derivatives, this one is the only tool you may need.
Mathway also allows you to connect with experts. You can submit your question for a fee of $5/month (one pending question at a time) or $30/month (1st plan + 20 sessions live with experts).
To start solving problems, all you have to do is select a subject area and take a photo of the question. Moreover, if you want to type in the question, you can do that with the keyboard as well. The numbers on the keyboard keep changing according to the subject of your choice. The best part is that it shows you steps to solve each problem. However, it is behind the paywall and would cost you $9.99/month. This also removes ads.
- Cover multiple areas (algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc.)
- Supports three types of input (keyboard, camera, voice)
- Stp by step problem solving
- No sign-in required
- Ask an expert might be costly for many
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2. Slader Homework Answers
If you have a lot of math questions, taking a picture or typing each problem can be a big hassle. Since most math problems are extracted out of textbooks, why not simply scroll through the questions/answers from the book itself? This app does exactly that. You can scan the barcode of a book or browse from the category of the books already solved.
In addition to high school math (pre-algebra, geometry, trigonometry) and upper-level math (differential equations, statistics, etc.), it also covers other subjects such as English, management, accounting, etc. Although the app has a large database of books, there are chances that you won’t find the book you’re looking for. Moreover, most of the advanced math books are locked. So you can only view them by upgrading to a premium plan that comes at $3.99/monthly.
- Find math solutions book-wise
- Clearly shows chapter number, page, and exercise number
- Users can rate and comment on solutions
- Very slow to load
- Tons of banner ads
- Limited database of books
- No option to scan questions
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3. Cymath – Math Problem Solver
Cymath is similar to Mathway, however, I like it more because of a few additional features. But before that, let’s first talk about the common features. Both math solver apps allow you to capture math problems and have keyboard input as well. However, Mathway has far more sub-fields of math when compared to Cymath. I tried a few algebra questions where both performed well. However, Cymath often showed errors when I ran trigonometry questions.
In conclusion, if you want to cover a large area of subjects and want extreme accuracy, Mathway is still better.
Cymath shines in a few other aspects, for example, the history section and the ability to bookmark solutions. This comes in handy whenever you are stuck and wish to refer to an old problem. In addition, it also has a learning tab that has common references, practice questions and also discusses one problem each week. The plus version comes at $4.99/month. It removes ads, shows the step-by-step solutions, and even answer why a certain step is used (in addition to how).
- Covers most topics (algebra, calculus, graphing)
- Clean interface (easy to browser)
- Supports image and keyboard input
- History and bookmark option
- Stumbles a bit on accuracy
- Not as comprehensive as Mathway
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4. Geometry solver ² lite
Most math solver apps don’t deal with geometry, but here is an app that does it well. So the next time you struggle to find the area of a figure or you cannot recall a specific formula, you know where to look. You can easily toggle between 2D or 3D figures from the sidebar. Moreover, all the figures are given in a listicle form along with a line diagram for easy understanding.
The calculation is also extremely easy. All you have to do is add the variables and the app will show you all the results live as you change these variables in real-time. In case you do not want to rely on the auto-calculation feature, it shows all the formulae in the same tab for quick reference as well. While all the formulas are free, the calculator for several figures is locked. On the plus side, you can simply watch a 15 seconds video ad to unlock them. If you do not wish to see ads, you have the option to remove ads and unlock all figures by paying a $3.99/one-time fee.
- 2D ad 3D figure section
- Auto-calculator with variables
- Lists all the formulas (area, perimeter, centroid, etc.)
- Purely a geometry app
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5. Google Lens (Homework)
Did you know you can use the Google Search app to solve math problems? Very few people know about it and I’m sure even less actually use it. In order to use this feature, you must have the Google Search app installed. Simply tap on the camera icon and select the Homework option from the bottom. Now all you have to do is point the camera towards the question and adjust the frame accordingly.
If the app can scan the question successfully, you’ll get a preview for the same. If it’s not accurate you have the option to edit the question. You can also view the solution step-wise. Google also has another problem-solving app Socratic ( iOS , Android ) that covers all subjects. You can try that as well however it doesn’t allow you to upload questions from your gallery. Hence when your friends send you a problem on WhatsApp, using the Google Search app is a better solution.
- Shows step by step solution
- Allows you to edit the question
- See similar questions/concepts with Google search results
- Not a dedicated math solver app
- Might not work for advance math
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If you prefer using a PC over the phone to study, you should check QuickMath’s website. The website isn’t fancy but easily solves basic math problems. Similar to the math solver apps we have discussed above, it solves math problems automatically. Whether you are in school or college, it covers a vast array of subjects. You can solve simple equations, algebra, calculus, percentage problems, etc.
The website is easy to browse and all the options are well laid out. You can click on the type of question from the side or top bar. Once you scroll down, you can also view a step-by-step solution for any given problem. In addition to that, it also provides a brief explanation for each step.
- Easy to switch between types of questions
- Solves both basic and advanced math problems
- Features help and tutorial section
- Step by step explanation
- No option to upload questions
- On-screen keyboard is a flimsy way to type (personal choice)
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Wolfram is often called a search engine for solving problems. Unlike Google which heavily relies on search results, Wolfram uses deep computational power (extremely sourced and curated data) to solve mathematical equations and has a vast variety of areas it deals with. You can solve problems related to elementary math, algebra, calculus geometry, etc. To begin, type the question, upload a picture, even just paste a link containing the question.
Wolfram Alpha will likely solve all your problems. The only hiccup is that a lot of great features are exclusive to the pro version which comes at $5.59/monthly. This not only unlocks step-by-step solutions but also adds useful features like practice problems, guided calculators (finance, nutrition, etc), option to download results, etc. If you are a student, I highly recommend you try this. It’s a great factual resource not only for solving maths but other subjects such as chemistry, engineering, economics, stats, etc. too.
- Solutions based on factual data
- Covers most subject besides mathematics
- Useful features behind the paywall (step-by-step solution, download results, etc.)
Closing Remarks: Which Math Solver Apps Should You Choose
In my opinion, Mathway is the perfect app, to begin with. It deals with most of the problems in addition to being accurate. You can type, use voice command and even capture questions to find answers. If you’re on PC, try the QuickMath website which will work in most cases.
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Google can now solve trickier math problems for you with these new features
Math is a challenging subject because it requires an understanding of how to perform the operation to reach an answer, which makes it more difficult to Google an equation to find the answer difficult -- until now.
Google added new updates to Search and Lens that make it easier for users to get assistance when solving math problems. All users have to do now is type the equation or integral into the Search bar, or take a picture with Lens to get a step-by-step explanation or solution.
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To test out the experience for yourself, on desktop, you can type in an equation or type the term "Math Solver" on Google Search where you will be prompted to enter a math problem or select from the examples to see how it works. The math solver experience will be coming to mobile soon.
Lens can also be leveraged by users to take a photo of geometry triangle problems, solving the challenge of trying to put primarily visual problems into words.
Advancements in Google's large language models also give Search the capability to solve word problems.
All you have to do is type the problem into Search, where you will be met with steps that tell you how to solve the problem by identifying the known and unknown values and providing correct formulas.
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Lastly, Google is also making it easier to explore STEM-related concepts on Search by including 3D models and interactive diagrams for almost 1,000 biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, and related topics, according to Google.
For example, if you Google "mitochondrion" you will have the opportunity to click on and learn from an interactive diagram that provides an overview, as well as specific details about the individual parts.
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Google Search can now help you solve geometry, physics and calculus problems
Google updated its search engine and Lens tool with new features to help you visualize and solve problems in more difficult subjects like geometry, physics, trigonometry and calculus.
The update allows you to type an equation into the Search bar or take a photo with Lens to get the correct answer and a step-by-step explanation. The new feature also provides solutions to word problems. For instance, the solver can explain high school physics concepts like finding the average acceleration using the equation “vf= vi + at.”
You can also access the math solver feature by typing “[math solver]” directly into the search bar. However, this function is only available on desktop. It will launch on mobile by the end of the year, the company told TechCrunch.
Another useful new feature is the geometry solver. Since solving geometry problems requires a lot of visualization, Lens can now explain both the visual and the text components of the problem.
However, Lens can only interpret “certain triangle problems,” the company wrote in its blog post, attributed to Google product lead Robert Wong.
We reached out to Wong to clarify, who told us that the geometry solver can currently do the following:
- Find the area of a triangle using A = 1/2 x height x base or Heron’s formula.
- Find the perimeter of a triangle.
- Apply the “Isosceles Triangle Theorem” to determine an unknown side length or angle.
- Apply the “Pythagorean Theorem” to figure out the side lengths in right triangles.
“For our geometry experience, we wanted to focus on a subset of problems that could have a large impact before eventually expanding to cover a more diverse range of geometry problems,” Wong added.
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For the physics and geometry solver, Google leveraged its Multitask Unified Model (MUM), which understands specific search queries across various formats, including text, images and videos.
“Language and query understanding are complex challenges that require sophisticated systems to ensure we’re producing the most helpful results — especially in cases where our systems are looking at information in multiple different formats,” Wong explained. “In this case, these features need to understand information across both text and images to correctly interpret a problem and provide accurate step-by-step responses that include both text and diagrams.”
When asked about the accuracy rate for the new experience, the company declined to share specific numbers.
“Our testing shows the accuracy rate is very high,” Wong said.
In addition to problem-solving, Google also launched new 3D models on Search, letting you examine interactive diagrams related to nearly 1,000 topics, such as biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy and more. Google introduced 3D models in 2021, rolling out diagrams for more than 200 chemistry, biology, physics and anatomy concepts.
Over the years, the tech giant has launched multiple features that help you learn, including its interactive feature, “practice problems,” that tests your knowledge of high school topics like math, chemistry and physics. Google Search recently rolled out an English tutoring tool that provides prompts and asks you to say the answers out loud using a provided vocabulary word.
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Google Search gets advanced features to help you solve math and science problems
Posted: November 1, 2023 | Last updated: November 1, 2023
What you need to know
- You can now throw a geometry or trigonometry query to Google to help solve it.
- Search offers 3D diagrams to help grasp certain concepts better, such as the structure of mitochondria.
- All these are now possible through Google Search and Lens — thanks to new updates.
Google is incorporating new features to Search and Lens for students and consumers to help them solve their math problems, the search giant announced.
Not just math problems but new updates will also help users in solving complicated physics problems next to geometry as well, Google explains in the announcement post. The new feature includes the ability to visualize STEM-related concepts and find relevant equations in a more "natural and intuitive way."
Users can look up various types of math problems on Google Search, and it involves subjects like trigonometry and calculus.
"Simply type your equation or integral into the Search bar, or take a picture with Lens, to see a step-by-step explanation and solution," Google writes in the blog. "You can also type 'math solver' to give the experience a try on desktop and coming soon, on mobile."
The search giant has also provided examples to give users an idea of how to ask Google about a math problem, from equations, integrals, and word problems — thanks to advanced LLMs, which help solve fundamental topics from high-school physics.
Another critical concept is geometry, which is less describable, unlike the others, and this is where the good old Google Lens comes in. Users can scan their geometry problem, like an area of a triangle, for instance, by just using Google Lens. It will then interpret both the visual and text components from the geometry diagram, further revealing step-by-step explanations helping in solving it.
Lastly, Search will help in understanding biology as well, providing 3D models with interactive diagrams that also provide definitions and overviews. Google says there are around 1,000 such examples with biology, chemistry, physics, and astronomy combined. The 1000 number of STEM-related 3D objects rose from 100 when Google first rolled out relevant tools to help students back in 2020.
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5 powerful websites that solve math problems for student
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Today we will discuss some good math websites for mathematics students to solve complex mathematics problems.
The word “ Mathematics ↱ ” (ancient Greek máthēma) has different meanings like “knowledge, study, and learning”. Mathematics is not just a subject it is a vast field. It has different branches, the two main branches are pure mathematics and applied mathematics. Applied mathematics is widely used in our daily life.
Applied mathematics is being used in every field like physics, biology, business, computer science, etc. Whereas pure mathematics is a branch that is totally based on theorems and poofs of different rules of applied mathematics, it deals with abstract concepts.
When we go to school from the very first day of our learning life, the teacher tells us about the numbers (Number theory) 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. He/she teaches us numbers with the help of daily life examples. As we go into the upper standards the problems become tricky some students enjoy them and some get afraid of these tricky problems.
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Mathematics is fun for some students but for some dull students, it is a very boring subject. They don’t take it seriously and ultimately they are not able to score well in this subject. If you need to get good grades in this subject you have to be focused and consistent, because consistency is the main key to solve mathematical problems.
The second main key to getting good mathematics grades is “practice” . More practice will result in more grades. Some students get afraid of the long calculation, they get bored and feel mentally uncomfortable. Hundreds of online mathematical websites are there that can help these kinds of students.
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Just because of these online mathematical websites, calculations become easier. There are some simple steps you have to follow, input your problem and click on the calculate button you will get the step-by-step solution of your problem within seconds.
Top 5 websites for Mathematics students to solve complex math problems
1. allmath.com ↱.
AllMath is a free online website that contains 350+ calculators for solving different problems of mathematics, physics, statistics, etc. The students who get afraid of long calculations can use this website to solve the problems.
This website provides different tools to solve the educational and daily life calculations and conversions.There is also a blog section where you can read the blogs and learn mathematical topics easily.
Almost every tool on this website contains tool content in which the procedure is completely described. By reading this tool content you’ll be able to solve the problems manually.
Some online tools offered by Allmath are given below:
- Slope intercept form
- Potential Energy Calculator
- L’hopital’s Rule Calculator
- Limit calculator
- Proportion calculator
- Multiplication table
- Fibonacci Sequence Calculator
Students who are weak in mathematics and physics can use these calculators to get the exact answer of the problems and to get rid of lengthy and time taking calculations.
Students can also solve their assignments by using this website because AllMath is offering a step-by-step solution. This site is free of cost. Students and teachers can use this site anytime without spending a single penny.
2. Meracalculator.com ↱
MeraCalculator is a site that provides various mathematical tools to help students who face difficulty in finding the solution of a mathematical problem. This website provides almost 300+ mathematical tools. It also provides many other tools related to education . It also provides non-educational tools.
MeraCalculator offers almost 13 different categories that help students to perform different educational and daily life conversions and calculations. Some important educational categories available on this website are Math, physics, chemistry, engineering, etc.
Here is the list of some top-ranked tools of MeraCalculator:
- Derivative calculator
- Integral calculator
- LCM calculator
- Half angle identity calculator
- GCF calculator
- Cross product calculator
The relevant topic of each tool is given on this website (Tool content). Students can easily learn all the basics and formulas to solve problems. This website also offers articles based on mathematics in the blog section. Just like AllMath this site is also free of cost. Students can use this site anytime, anywhere without thinking about the expense.
3. Calculators.tech ↱
Calculators.tech is a free website related to mathematics. It provides various categories of calculators like health, informative, finance, fitness, construction, real estate,etc.
It provides almost 300+ different tools related to different problems.With hundreds of free online tools, calculators.tech is helping thousands of students, teachers, businessmen, and nutritionists every month.
Some famous online calculators on this site are listed below:
- Macro Calculator
- BMI calculator
- TDEE calculator
- Standard form calculator
- FIFO LIFO calculator
- GPA calculator
This site also provides a blog section where you can read different mathematics and daily life topics. Don’t be afraid of spending money because this site is totally free.
4. Antiderivativecalculator.net ↱
AntiderivativeCalculator is an online source that gives a step-by-step calculation of integral problems. This site also contains some other mathematical tools related to calculus.
List of calculus related tools:
- Triple integral calculator
- Derivative Calculator
- Taylor series calculator
- Double integral calculator
- Laplace transform calculator
- Implicit differentiation calculator
- Maclaurin series calculator
- Partial derivative calculator
Every tool on this website has tool content in which the working of the tool is described briefly. This source is very useful for solving problems and assignments containing calculus problems. This site provides the step-by-step solutionfor both definite and indefinite integrals.
FAQs section is also present at the bottom of every tool, where you can read the frequently asked questions to improve your clarity about the topic. Antiderivativecalculator.net also has a mobile application you can download from the Google play store or Apple app store.
5. Limitcalculator.online ↱
Limitcalculator.online is a free website that gives the step-by-step solution for the limit problems. This site also offers other mathematical tools that are related to daily life calculus.
This online limit calculator is very easy to use and user-friendly. This website also contains an example section where you can get three different categories easy, medium, and hard.
Limitcalculator.online also offers some other tools related to calculus the list is given below:
- Implicit Differentiation Calculator
- Simpsons Rule Calculator
- Second Derivative Calculator
- Laplace Transform Calculator
- Improper Integral Calculator
- Directional Derivative Calculator
- Double Integral Calculator
- Triple Integral Calculator
- Integral Calculator
- Partial Derivative Calculator
- Taylor Series Calculator
- Maclaurin Series Calculator
- Inverse Laplace Transform Calculator
Students can also copy the result of their required problem from the site. Students who are not familiar with Limit or find this topic difficult can read the content about the limit to grab all the basics of this topic.
In this post, we have discussed the list of the five best math websites that are very beneficial for the students to solve any kind of mathematical problems in no time. Many students can reduce the difficulty of larger calculations by using the tools of these free websites. They can also prepare for exams by having a look at the content and examples given on these worthy websites.
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Google's ai can now solve word problems you paste into the search bar.
Lens and Search just got a major math makeover
- Google's new features in Search and Lens make it easier for users to visualize STEM concepts and solve complex equations.
- Search can now handle physics word problems, and Lens can interpret visual problems in geometry, providing step-by-step guides on how to solve them.
- Google's AI capabilities, powered by technology like PaLM, contribute to the development of these new tools, but they should be used as supplementary resources alongside traditional learning methods.
Both students and working professionals frequently rely on search engines to find solutions to intricate queries. Google, in its efforts to maintain its edge as the world's leading search engine, has recently upgraded its features to better serve those in STEM fields. As of recently, if you're grappling with a challenging math or physics problem, Google's Search and Lens might just be your new best friends.
Google has introduced new features in both Search and Lens to assist users in visualizing STEM-related concepts and determining the right equations for their problems. Whether you're trying to decipher a complicated physics concept or a perplexing geometry problem, these tools aim to make the process more intuitive.
For instance, if you're stuck on a calculus problem, you can now simply type your equation into the Search bar or snap a photo with Lens to receive a step-by-step explanation and solution. This feature is not limited to just equations; it extends to word problems , especially those from high-school physics topics.
The integration of Lens, in particular, addresses a unique challenge in geometry. Describing visual problems using words can be cumbersome. For example, if you're given a diagram of a triangle with measurements of two sides and need to find its area, Lens can now interpret both the visual and text components of the problem, offering a comprehensive step-by-step guide on how to solve it.
This advancement isn't just about problem-solving. Google has also introduced new interactive 3D models on Search, allowing users to visually explore almost 1,000 topics from biology, chemistry, physics, and astronomy — an example given by the company was a search for the term "mitochondria." This feature can be particularly useful for those who wish to gain a deeper visual understanding of complex STEM concepts.
The underlying technology that powers these features can be traced back to Google's efforts in enhancing its AI capabilities. A notable mention on this front is the integration of PaLM into Bard . Initially, Bard, based on Google’s Language Model for Dialogue Application (LaMDA), was more adept at holding conversations than logical reasoning. However, with the fusion of PaLM into its code base, Bard's capabilities expanded to include arithmetic, code completion, semantic parsing, logical inference, and more. We could be seeing a similar implementation of machine learning here with the new tools in Search and Lens.
While AI tools like the features Google is introducing today with Search and Lens are becoming increasingly sophisticated, it's essential for users to approach them as supplementary resources, complementing traditional learning and problem-solving methods. As technology continues to evolve, the line between human and machine capabilities might blur, but the essence of learning and understanding will always remain inherently human.
The Math Problem That Took Nearly a Century to Solve
Uc san diego mathematicians unlock the secret to ramsey numbers.
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We’ve all been there: staring at a math test with a problem that seems impossible to solve. What if finding the solution to a problem took almost a century? For mathematicians who dabble in Ramsey theory, this is very much the case. In fact, little progress had been made in solving Ramsey problems since the 1930s.
Now, University of California San Diego researchers Jacques Verstraete and Sam Mattheus have found the answer to r(4,t), a longstanding Ramsey problem that has perplexed the math world for decades.
What was Ramsey’s problem, anyway?
In mathematical parlance, a graph is a series of points and the lines in between those points. Ramsey theory suggests that if the graph is large enough, you’re guaranteed to find some kind of order within it — either a set of points with no lines between them or a set of points with all possible lines between them (these sets are called “cliques”). This is written as r(s,t) where s are the points with lines and t are the points without lines.
To those of us who don’t deal in graph theory, the most well-known Ramsey problem, r(3,3), is sometimes called “the theorem on friends and strangers” and is explained by way of a party: in a group of six people, you will find at least three people who all know each other or three people who all don’t know each other. The answer to r(3,3) is six.
“It’s a fact of nature, an absolute truth,” Verstraete states. “ It doesn't matter what the situation is or which six people you pick — you will find three people who all know each other or three people who all don't know each other. You may be able to find more, but you are guaranteed that there will be at least three in one clique or the other.”
Verstraete first saw r(4,t) in a book written by two UC San Diego professors.
What happened after mathematicians found that r(3,3) = 6? Naturally, they wanted to know r(4,4), r(5,5), and r(4,t) where the number of points that are not connected is variable. The solution to r(4,4) is 18 and is proved using a theorem created by Paul Erdös and George Szekeres in the 1930s.
Currently r(5,5) is still unknown.
A good problem fights back
Why is something so simple to state so hard to solve? It turns out to be more complicated than it appears. Let’s say you knew the solution to r(5,5) was somewhere between 40-50. If you started with 45 points, there would be more than 10 234 graphs to consider!
“Because these numbers are so notoriously difficult to find, mathematicians look for estimations,” Verstraete explained. “ This is what Sam and I have achieved in our recent work. How do we find not the exact answer, but the best estimates for what these Ramsey numbers might be?”
The problem r(4,t) is a conjecture from Erdös, who offered $250 to the first person who could solve it.
Math students learn about Ramsey problems early on, so r(4,t) has been on Verstraete’s radar for most of his professional career. In fact, he first saw the problem in print in Erdös on Graphs: His Legacy of Unsolved Problems, written by two UC San Diego professors, Fan Chung and the late Ron Graham. The problem is a conjecture from Erdös, who offered $250 to the first person who could solve it.
“Many people have thought about r(4,t) — it’s been an open problem for over 90 years,” Verstraete said. “But it wasn’t something that was at the forefront of my research. Everybody knows it's hard and everyone’s tried to figure it out, so unless you have a new idea, you’re not likely to get anywhere.”
Then about four years ago, Verstraete was working on a different Ramsey problem with a mathematician at the University of Illinois-Chicago, Dhruv Mubayi. Together they discovered that pseudorandom graphs could advance the current knowledge on these old problems.
In 1937, Erdös discovered that using random graphs could give good lower bounds on Ramsey problems. What Verstraete and Mubayi discovered was that sampling from pseudo random graphs frequently gives better bounds on Ramsey numbers than random graphs. These bounds — upper and lower limits on the possible answer — tightened the range of estimations they could make. In other words, they were getting closer to the truth.
In 2019, to the delight of the math world, Verstraete and Mubayi used pseudorandom graphs to solve r(3,t). However, Verstraete struggled to build a pseudorandom graph that could help solve r(4,t).
It took a pseudorandom graph from finite geometry, called an O'Nan configuration, to solve a longstanding Ramsey problem.
He began pulling in different areas of math outside of combinatorics, including finite geometry, algebra and probability. Eventually he joined forces with Mattheus, a postdoctoral scholar in his group whose background was in finite geometry.
“It turned out that the pseudorandom graph we needed could be found in finite geometry,” Verstraete stated. “Sam was the perfect person to come along and help build what we needed.”
Once they had the pseudorandom graph in place, they still had to puzzle out several pieces of math. It took almost a year, but eventually they realized they had a solution: r(4,t) is close to a cubic function of t . If you want a party where there will always be four people who all know each other or t people who all don’t know each other, you will need roughly t 3 people present. There is a small asterisk (actually an o) because, remember, this is an estimate, not an exact answer. But t 3 is very close to the exact answer.
The findings are currently under review with the Annals of Mathematics . A preprint can be viewed on arXiv.
“It really did take us years to solve,” Verstraete stated. “And there were many times where we were stuck and wondered if we’d be able to solve it at all. But one should never give up, no matter how long it takes.”
Verstraete emphasizes the importance of perseverance — something he reminds his students of often. “If you find that the problem is hard and you're stuck, that means it's a good problem. Fan Chung said a good problem fights back. You can't expect it just to reveal itself.”
Verstraete knows such dogged determination is well-rewarded: “I got a call from Fan saying she owes me $250.”
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Ai might disrupt math and computer science classes — in a good way.
For as long as Jake Price has been a teacher, Wolfram Alpha – a website that solves algebraic problems online – has threatened to make algebra homework obsolete.
Teachers learned to work around and with it, said Price, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science at the University of Puget Sound. But now, they have a new homework helper to contend with: generative artificial intelligence tools, such as ChatGPT.
Price doesn’t see ChatGPT as a threat, and he’s not alone. Some math professors believe AI, when used correctly, could help strengthen math instruction. And it’s arriving on the scene at a time when math scores are at a national historic low and educators are questioning if math should be taught differently.
AI can serve as a tutor, giving a student who is floundering with a problem immediate feedback. It can help a teacher plan math lessons, or write a variety of math problems geared toward different levels of instruction. It can even show new computer programmers sample code, allowing them to skip over the boring chore of learning how to write basic code.
As schools across the country debate banning AI tools, some math and computer science teachers are embracing the change because of the nature of their discipline.
“Math has always been evolving as technology evolves,” said Price. Years ago, people were using slide rules and doing their multiplication with logarithmic tables. Then, along came calculators.
Price teaches with human-capable technologies in mind, making sure to give students the skills in class by hand. Then, he discusses with them the limitations of the technologies they might be tempted to use when they get home.
“Computers are really good at doing tedious things,” Price said. “We don’t have to do all the tedious stuff. We can let the computer do it. And then we can interpret the answer and think about what it tells us about the decisions we need to make.”
He wants his students to enjoy looking for patterns, seeing how different methods can give different or the same answers and how to translate those answers into decisions about the world.
“ChatGPT, just like the calculator and just like the slide rule and all the technology before, just helps us get at that core, real part of math,” Price said.
Conversely, ChatGPT has its limits. It can show the right steps to solving a math problem – and then give the wrong answer.
This is because it’s “not actually doing the math,” Price said. It’s just pulling together pieces of the sentences where other people have described how to solve similar problems.
Min Sun, a University of Washington education professor, thinks students should use ChatGPT like a personal tutor. If students get lost in class and don’t understand a mathematical operation, they can ask ChatGPT to explain it and give them a few examples.
The Khan Academy, an educational nonprofit that provides a collection of online learning tools and videos and has long been a go-to for math homework, has created exactly that.
The tutor is called Khanmigo. Students can open it while completing math problems and tell it that they are stuck.
They can have a conversation with the AI tutor, telling it what they don’t understand, and the AI tutor helps to explain, said Kristen DiCerbo, the chief learning officer at Khan Academy.
“Instead of saying, ‘Here’s the answer for you,’ it says things like, ‘What’s the next step?’ or ‘What do you think might be the next thing to do?’ ” DiCerbo said.
For the math teacher
Sun, the UW education professor, wants teachers to use ChatGPT as their own assistant: to plan math lessons, give students good feedback and communicate with parents.
Teachers can ask AI, “What is the best way to teach this concept?” Or “What are the kinds of mistakes students tend to make when learning this math concept?” Or, “What kinds of questions will students have about this concept?”
Teachers can also ask ChatGPT to recommend different levels of math problems for students with different mastery of the concept, she said. This is particularly helpful for teachers who are new to the profession or have students with diverse needs – special education or English language learners, Sun said.
“I’m amazed by the details that sometimes ChatGPT can offer,” Sun said. “It gives you some initial ideas and possible problem areas for students so I can get myself more prepared before walking into the classroom.”
And, if a teacher already has a high-quality lesson plan, they could feed that to ChatGPT and ask it to create another lesson in a similar teaching style, but for a different concept.
Sun hopes ChatGPT can also help teachers write more culturally appropriate word-problem questions to make all their students feel included.
“The current technology is really a technical assistant to support them, empower them, amplify their creative abilities,” Sun said. “It is really not a substitute to their own agency, their own creativity, their own professionalism. They really need to keep that in mind.”
For the computer science teacher
A year ago, if you asked Daniel Zingaro how he assesses his introductory computer science students, he would say: “We ask them to write code.”
But if you ask him today, the answer would be far more complex, said Zingaro, an associate professor at the University of Toronto.
Zingaro and Leo Porter, a computer science professor at the University of California, San Diego, authored the book Learn AI-Assisted Python Programming with GitHub Copilot and ChatGPT. They believe AI will allow introductory computer science classes to tackle big-picture concepts.
A lot of beginner students get stuck writing very simple code, Porter and Zingaro said. They never move on to more advanced questions – and many still can’t write simple code after they complete the course.
“It’s not just uninteresting, it is frustrating,” Porter added. “They are trying to build something and they forgot a semicolon and they’ll lose three hours trying to find that missing semicolon” or some other bit of syntax that prevents a code from running properly.
AI doesn’t make those mistakes, and allows computer science professors to spend more of their time teaching higher-level skills.
The professors now ask their students to take a big problem and break it down to smaller questions or tasks the code needs to do. They also ask students to test and debug code once it is already written.
“If we think bigger picture about what we want our students to do, we want them to write software that is meaningful to them,” Porter said. “And this process of writing software is taking this fairly big, often not-well-defined problem and figuring out, how do I break them into pieces?”
Magdalena Balazinska, director of the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering, embraces the progress AI has made.
“With the support of AI, human software engineers get to focus on the most interesting part of computer science: answering big software design questions,” Balazinska said. “AI allows humans to focus on the creative work.”
Not all professors in the field think AI should be integrated into the curriculum. Some interviewed for a UC San Diego research paper and in an Education Week survey prefer blocking or negating the use of ChatGPT or similar tools like Photomath, at least in the short term.
Zingaro and Porter argue that reading a lot of code generated by AI doesn’t feel like cheating. Rather, it’s how a student is going to learn.
“I think a lot of programmers read a lot of code, just like how I believe the best writers read a lot of writing,” Zingaro said. “I think that is a very powerful way to learn.”
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