Microsoft Math

Posted on February 11, 2011 by

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Awhile back Adrien and I shared with you a program we had recently demo’d called Microsoft Math. At the time there was a limited time demo available for teachers and it was still in beta testing. Microsoft Math 4.0 is now available and they have decided to release it for free.

Here is what Microsoft says about the program:

“From basic math to precalculus, Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 helps you visualize and see mathematical concepts as you’ve never seen them before.
With the Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 free download, you get:
A full-featured graphing calculator
The Formulas and Equations Library
The Triangle Solver
The Unit Conversion tool
Ink handwriting support”

In case you missed the last line this program will work with a stylus/pen to solve equations. This mean you can use it with your Interactive Whiteboard.

You can download Microsoft Math or it is available on the LAN at S:\Software\Microsoft mathematics 4

Click here for a complete teachers guide to using Microsoft Math

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