Write or type any math problem and One Note for Windows 10 solves it for you — letting you get to the answer quickly, or showing you step-by-step instructions that help you learn how One Note arrived at the solution.From basic math to calculus, One Note’s ink math assistant is everything you always wished a calculator could do.
Write or type any math problem and One Note for Windows 10 solves it for you — letting you get to the answer quickly, or showing you step-by-step instructions that help you learn how One Note arrived at the solution.
I like this app because it's really straightforward.
There is one focus, manipulating and dividing polynomials.
The app works very simply, it provides the student with a division problem in polynomials.
The student works through each step and when the student is stuck, it's just a matter of tapping on "help me".
I would suggest that the learner should have knowledge of polynomials and the basics of dividing polynomials.
This app is a great tool to help students reach mastery of division of polynomials.It comes from the authors of the book Effortless Algebra and the app follows the book for the most part.However, I don't find this as much of an app as others I have reviewed.After reviewing a number of apps in algebra, here are my picks in apps for algebra.Wolfram Algebra Course Assistant This app tops my list for a good reason.One Note’s ink math assistant works best by handwriting equations on any touchscreen-capable Windows 10 laptop or tablet, but you can also try writing with a mouse or pen input tablet on a standard PC, or use your keyboard to type out your equations.Although there is no replacing a good teacher or tutor, the algebra apps available will certainly enhance your understanding of a wide variety of concepts in algebra when used properly.Long Division of Polynomials: These apps are specific to using the four operations with polynomials.I have reviewed the division of polynomials apps, however, multiplication, addition, and subtraction of polynomials are also available.I like the title - Course Assistant, after all, it's a stretch to say that algebra can be mastered with an app, however, the app can be a terrific 'assistant' to guide additional learning and understanding.The step by step solutions are great, far superior to just having answers. However, this app can most certainly support and assist you in many algebra topics taught in class, it's geared for high school algebra and early college level algebra. Students can easily cheat with this app and I'm not to the point where I think any of these apps should be allowed on an exam.