For those who want a fast and thorough way to solve equations on their homework assignments.
Photomath is a smart calculator app that does something unique and special, and is an invaluable tool for students. Just launch the app, point your camera at your equation, scan it, and Photomath will come up with the answer. But that's not all — rather than just give you an answer without showing you how it arrives to that solution, you'll get detailed step-by-step explanations of how to arrive at that answer. At the moment, Photomath has full support for arithmetics, fractions, decimal numbers, linear equations, equation systems, and some functions like logarithms. While you can have Photomath solve more complex problems like integrals, trigonometry, and derivatives, these don't have support for step-by-step explanations just yet.
Why we love it
We remember how tough equations can be in school, and wish we had something like this around back then. Being able to take a photo of the equation and then have it explain how to get the answer is super helpful.
For anyone who works with complex equations that can be a hassle to input into tradition calculators
If you are looking for something special, look no further than MyScript Calculator. This amazing app for the iPad and iPhone allows you to write whatever math equations you need to on your iDevice's screen. After doing so, MyScript will digitally convert your numbers into text. The feel is completely natural, as if writing on paper, and answers are presented in real time. There is a redo/undo function, and the app itself works incredibly fast. Choose just about any type of variable to solve and MyScript will deliver. This app is essential to have on your iDevice.
Why we love it
Equations can be complicated and it's hard to input them into traditional calendar apps. MyScript Calculator is great because you can just write it in with your finger and the app takes care of the rest for you automatically.
Calculate and plot graphs with MathStudio Express.
Quick Graph is a fairly bare-bones app--which is what you should probably expect from a free app. However, it has one of the better interfaces to input, monitor and remember equations. You can graph up to six equations at a time--each color-coded to be easily distinguished. If you’re looking to reinforce the relationship between the algebraic and graphical representations of an equation, and you’re not looking to spend a lot--this app may be for you.
Plot points on a graph in an instant with EzyGraphs.