How to Solve Math Problems Using Phone’s Camera
If you’re weak in Maths or if you hate Maths because you are not interested in it then Obviously, you are not the only one! There are many students struggles to solve even simple program including me 😛
Ever think that you can solve your Maths problem just by pointing smartphone’s camera towards a mathematical expression! Yes. You heard it right. Today we are going to introduce an app called PhotoMath which helps you to solve Simple Maths problem by pointing the camera to the expression. This app displays a correct result, also shows the step by step process it used to arrive at the answer. This app even recognizes Hand-Written Expressions!
The free app currently supports arithmetic expressions, fractions and decimals, powers and roots; and simple linear equations, quadratic equations/inequations, absolute equations/inequations, systems of equations, logarithms, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and integrals. with more features being constantly added.
So, Just Point your camera towards the Maths problem that irritates you and get the result in second!
How to Solve Maths Problem Using Camera?
- Just Download the App called PhotoMath From Here: PhotoMath For Android | For iOS
- After installing the app, Open it
- Now point the PhotoMath Camera to your Maths Problem Expression
- Within few seconds it will display correct results. Tap on the Arrow symbol to get steps for solving that probem
- It also allows the user to edit the scanned expression by typing.
- You can also get the result using an inbuilt calculator.
Cons of this App: –
- It doesn’t work on some advanced stuff like geometry graphs and with shapes.
- It doesn’t support Problems with paragraphs which including words.
- Does not work on logarithm problems.
- Sometimes gives more results that too not understandable.
But this is the amazing app to solve the simple Maths problems. Hope above cons will solve and it will be able to do so in a next update.
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