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Assistive Technology: Math

Assistive Technology resources for a variety of applications.

Applications

PhotoMath App (Android & iOS)

A great application for your mobile device which helps walk you through math equations on the go.

https://www.photomath.net/en/

TechCrunch. (2016, September 25). Photomath's app can now solve handwritten math problems [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/jeRCvbN_bLA

Mathshare

Mathshare is a powerful math application which works on your computer browser!

Mathshare. (2020, July 27). Mathshare version 1.4.1 overview [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/6BYftDPYvWc

EquatIO®

You can use EquatIO® to complete equations within Microsoft applications! Another great tool to help with complex math problems.

Texthelp. (2015, September 18). EquatIO® for Windows & Mac: How to use in Microsoft Word [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/Y36cRQFAypY

Desmos

Desmos provides a free browser graphing calculator! Perfect for individuals who may not be able to afford an expensive hand-held graphing calculator. If you sign up, there are more features you can use.

Desmos. (2015, September 18). Learn Desmos: Convert to table [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/K2mSm9r_T-k

OneNote

OneNote has built-in math functions which can be handy for working with math problems.

Using Technology Better. (2017, October 30). How to solve maths equations in OneNote [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/T0uBv5od8xU