Microsoft Math Solver is an Android app that finds solutions to basic and complex expressions
While Windows Mobile may have lost the race to Android, Microsoft is far from giving up on the mobile platform. Over the last couple of years, the company has released a number of apps for both Android and iOS that address several shortcomings on both the platforms. Some of these apps, including those from Microsoft’s Office suite, SMS Organizer, and Microsoft Launcher, have reached immense popularity and have several million users around the world. Now, Microsoft has released another app for Android that aims to help high school students with their math problems using the power of AI.
The new Microsoft Math Solver makes use of an advanced AI to solve a variety of different math problems with ease. The app is quite simple to use and offers three ways in which you can input a new math problem. You can either enter an equation using the built-in calculator-like interface, click a photo of the problem (much like you would on Photomath), or write the math problem by hand. The app then makes use of the AI-powered math solver to instantly recognize the problem and delivers an accurate solution. If you’d like to learn how the app arrived at the solution, it also shows a step-by-step explanation, along with interactive graphs, similar problems, and video lectures regarding similar problems from the internet.
The list of supported problems for Microsoft Math Solver is quite extensive and it covers everything from elementary arithmetic to advanced calculus and integrals. Additionally, it even includes support for word problems, allowing you to solve problems like “Volume of a cone with height 5 and radius of 2” without any issues. On top of that, the app lets you bookmark problems to review at a later stage, it maintains a history of all your searches, and it includes a list of example problems to help you get started. You can try out Microsoft Math Solver by downloading it from the link below and get some much-needed help with your homework right away.
Via: Android Police
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