Updated: Mar 30
Assistive technology for math is designed to help people who struggle with computing, organizing, aligning, and copying math problems down on paper. With the help of visual and/or audio support, users can better set up and calculate basic math problems.
Dyscalculator is a calculator app designed specifically to meet the needs of users with dyscalculia. The app essentially functions as a standard calculator but includes a few options to help users who have trouble identifying numbers, determining the difference between numbers, the order of individual digits, or determining which mathematical operations to use to obtain the answers they require.
Equatio helps students create mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs, and more on their computer or Chromebook. Input's easy. Type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, with no tricky coding or math languages to master.
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Photomath is a mobile application described as a "camera calculator", which utilizes a phone's camera to recognise mathematical equations and to display the step-by-step solution on screen. It is available for free on Google Android and iOS.