Math Formulas Free
Luckily, help is at hand thanks to Math Formulas Free. It brands itself as being perfect for “all students in high school or university and [for] engineers to look for any easy or complicated formulas”. Once you download it, it’s easy to see why.
It covers a wide range of formulas, including geometry, algebra, differentiation, integration, matrix, and statistics, and even includes a few “math tricks” to show you ways of simplifying calculations and remembering mathematical processes.
The formulas are all presented in a clean and neat style, making them easy to follow and comprehend, and the app also includes a unit conversion tool.
The beauty of the Mathematics Dictionary app is that it extends beyond the typical “pure math” terms and definitions to include phrases and meanings that are useful to students studying subjects that are linked to math but not specifically about math. Whether you’re learning about things as diverse as stockbroking or oceanography, you’ll still find this app useful.
The app boasts a dynamic search function (also known as fuzzy logic), a way to bookmark your key words, an offline function, and more than 8,000 definitions.
Everyone loves a lazy shortcut, right? Indeed, it was Microsoft mogul Bill Gates who once said, “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it”.
Math shortcuts are a holy grail, especially for high school students who are more interested in the latest soccer transfers and what Kim Kardashian did last night than they are in the relationship between a triangle’s hypotenuse and its area.
With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that the Math Tricks app has been downloaded almost 10 million times and has more than 100,000 four or five star ratings in the Google Play Store.