All the elements you need when solving a math assignment
A solution to a math assignment is often a combination of text describing the problem and the approach, graphs, tables, drawings and calculation steps. It is the path to the answer that is important for learning and understanding, not the answer. The solver tool allows for inserting all these elements so that it is possible to submit the complete answer digitally.
MATH EDITOR WITH IN-LINE CALCULATOR
The most popular editor is the structured derivations editor, where students can build word problems easily or perform longer calculations. There are places for inserting assumptions and defining variables. In addition, between each calculation step there is space to explain in your own words what you are doing. These verbal explanations are extremely important when trying to remember or understand what happened in the calculation step. Mathematical symbols are entered by selecting them from a palette, or by writing simple shorthand keywords.
GRAPHS AND TABLES
VISUALIZE AND DRAW
With the different visualization tools, you can draw geometric figures, plot function graphs, or create tables with mathematical content as well as diagrams for statistical presentations.
CHECK. CORRECT. SUBMIT.
When you are finished with your calculations, or when you are uncertain of a step, you can check to see if you have calculated correctly. For each step, you will get a correct mark or an exclamation mark telling you where you might have made a mistake.
Other Useful Tools
TEXT, AUDIO, IMAGES AND EMBEDDING
ADD YOUR THEORY
You can use the text editor when you wish to write texts with only a little bit of mathematics in it, such as theory or more abstract answers. In addition, you can add audio clips and images. Info about the author, image licenses, source and additional notes relevant to the picture can all be saved and shown together with the image. If you have found a good page with math assignments or games, it is possible to embed the page directly into the notebook.