The Tablet PC enhancements in Math 3.0 have been implemented really, really well. Inking capability is built in to Math 3.0 all around, which makes it a show piece for properly ink-enabling an application. In addition, it functions really well as a touch application, although I’d recommend turning off the Origami Experience controls for better screen estate. We’ll put this on the list of software to highlight in our InkShows.
Microsoft Math has these great features:
- The Graphing Calculator, with extensive graphing and equation-solving capabilities.
- Step-by-Step Math Solutions that guide students through problems in subjects from pre-algebra to calculus.
- The Formulas and Equations Library, with more than 100 common math equations and formulas to help students identify and easily apply the right equation.
- The Triangle Solver, a graphing tool that students can use to explore triangles, and understand the relationship between different components to solve sides, angles, values and formulas.
- The Unit Conversion Tool lets students quickly and easily convert units of measure including length, area, volume, weight, temperature, pressure, energy, power, velocity and time.
- New! Ink Handwriting Support works with Tablet and Ultra-Mobile PCs, so students can write out problems by hand and have them recognized by Microsoft Math.
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