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For those who truly have no interest in expanding their mathematical knowledge, or want to speed through their math homework, a new app might do the trick.
With Photo Math, i OS and Windows Phone users can point their phone at a math problem, which the app will examine using the device's camera, and spit out the answer on screen. "It makes math easy and simple by educating users how to solve math problems," according to app creator Microblink.Right now, the app does not support hand-written math problems, so you'll have to focus it on problems in a math book rather than scribbles in your notebook.wiki How is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. Instead of going about it foolishly and copying off your friend right before class starts, get smart about your cheating.This legal notice is specific to the My Maths website ("Website") and overrides any other legal notices appearing elsewhere on Oxford University Press websites.By using the Website, you are agreeing to the practices set out in this statement.I never needed anyone to do my homework for me until I got a part-time job in college.Good thing I did my research and chose this website to outsource all the essays.In addition, a link to a non-OUP website does not mean that OUP endorses or accepts any responsibility for the content, or the use, of such website or the products and/or services offered on such website.Such references do not imply that we intend to announce such services and/or products in your country.Presumably phones are not allowed during in-class tests, but I haven't actually been in a math class since 1998 (programmable graphing calculators ftw! Right now, the app supports arithmetic expressions (plus sign, division, etc.), fractions and decimals, powers and roots, and simple linear equations. An easy addition problem (230 230 230 230) returned the correct answer.But the app did nothing with a more advanced problem (pictured above), though perhaps that one did not qualify as a simple linear equation.