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JoeO April 16th, 2014 07:31 AM

Does anybody know some good math apps?
I'm big fan of mobile apps. Recently I've found this nice app it helped me a few times :D And what about you, you guys? What do you think about math mobile apps? Do you use any?

isabel April 29th, 2014 10:47 AM

Math 42
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What I can recommend you is the App for iPhone and iPad MATH 42. It solves math problems and shows the solutions step by step and explains each step. And MATH 42 makes suggestions how to solve the problem. :):cool:

tahirimanov May 16th, 2014 05:08 PM

I will recommend Geogebra, Casio Scientific Calculator, and Statistics Calculator.

chuckycheese May 21st, 2014 06:07 AM

I do..!!!! :)

If only you have Iphone/ipad. It's for IOS but it's a great fun math game app. Check it out. It's free too.

runiter May 21st, 2014 04:54 PM

You can download "Smart Math Calculator" which allows to compute multiple math expressions simultaneous and super fast. It's a real time saver to use this instead of hand held calculators.

You can also download "Graphing Calculator 3D" to plot beautiful 3D graphs of math functions. It's easy to use but the graphs that it generates are better quality than even MatLab or any other grapher out there.

Both programs can work in Windows, Mac OS X, or even Linux.
They do not work in iPad or smart phones however.

Didak July 7th, 2014 04:50 PM

"El Mathador:GMH" - is the name. Excellent math memory game.

Ryan IT Lab July 30th, 2014 03:37 PM

Candy Andy Munching Numbers [Free Game]
Hello, My name is Ryan and I am a co-founder of Digi Sky Games - we have just released our latest game, Candy Andy Munching Numbers.

You can download it for free on Google Play

You can also find it for Free in the iOS App Store

Candy Andy - Munching Numbers uses math rules to eliminate pairs of numbers.
Sometimes the rules require both numbers to share factors, other levels require number to be primes, or begin with the same digit.
It starts off pretty easy - but quickly becomes challenging.

Mathprog December 5th, 2014 10:59 PM

See this post.

LeonidK April 22nd, 2015 07:47 AM

I recommend 2 apps:

aMath Long - endless set of exercises with visual help for long addition, long multiplication, long subtraction and long division
and it's free version
aMath Long Free

OTheB January 19th, 2016 09:22 AM

I use desmos graphing calculator. It's an app version of a website and has a user so you can save graphs. It does a lot and is really useful and I was surprised at how flexible it was (I built a small synthesiser in it (no audio of course :( )). It supports variables that are changed with little sloders and O even manages to do some art with it using inequalities for filled rejions.

It's free and I stongly reccommend you have a look. It isn't the most CPU friendly application though, especially when utilising sigma.

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