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QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet. Think of it as an online calculator that solves equations and does all sorts of algebra and calculus problems - instantly and automatically! When you submit a question...
QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet.
Think of it as an online calculator that solves equations and does all sorts of algebra and calculus problems - instantly and automatically!
When you submit a question to QuickMath, it is processed by Mathematica, the largest and most powerful computer algebra package available today. The answer is then sent back to you and displayed right there on your browser, usually within a couple of seconds.
Over all spent about 1 1/2-2hrs.from basic arithmatic to algebra, worked some sample problems and had real fun with it.Learned not to be intimidated with learning math on the computer. Also I will be using this website for my own homework and recommed it to friends.
Found this site every easy to understand and use.
Used in course
11 years ago
This site is a support site for beginners and also for those that are reviewing algebra. The topics are well laid out and easy to follow. After a section is accessed, anyone can input the information and see yhe results of the calculations. I spent considerable time looking at most of the sections and I was the impressed by the ease of access and abilitiy to see the results. A student can check his work quite rapdily and easily.
The site is well laid out and easy to follow. All the topics in algebra are not available now. The authors note that as requests come they will be able considered seriously. The site does not ofer details of the calcultions. This may not help a student who is looking for more support. There are other sites that can support sucha a need.
Used in course
12 years ago
This site is useful for refreshers in any mathematical procedures. Personally speaking, it is great to be able to access any sort of problem and simply plug-in the question at hand.I spent about 25 minutes accessing different mathematical areas, from the algebra, to graphing and explored even some calculus inquiries. It appears to be a great "quick fix" for any sort of math questions. I do not think it is as great of a teaching tool as it is a learning tool...preferably as an at home tool for homework or tutoring.The usability is fairly cut and dry, the no-frills approach makes it easy to comprehend.
12 years ago
I found this site to be very helpful and easy to use. I tooled around the site checking everything out trying to find something I could complain about, but my efforts were futile. At first I was bitter because I was thinking that I really could have used this site when I was in high school. It really is a fancy calculator like the homepage claims. After browsing for a while, my bitterness subsided because it dawned on me that I could still use the site even now.
The creators of this webpage really planned out what they wanted to accomplish with this site. It's laid out very well and easy to use. I'm by no means a math or computer wiz, but I was able to navigate the site easily. I tried the algebra site and it gives you definitions and examples that are easy to follow. The neat thing is, you can enter your own problem and it will give you the answer, and if you are slow like me, it will let you click to see how they came up with that answer. Everything is in layman's terms. Some of the calculus was difficult for me, but that's my fault because I'm mathematically challenged. As I stated earlier, I really could have used this site in high school. There's a section that lets you plot graphs. You just enter the coordinates and it plots them for you. It actually shows you what the graph will look like instead of guessing. This program would be very effective for any student, but especially for someone like me who gets intimidated and doesn't want to ask "stupid" questions. I even e-mailed this site to my nephew who is a freshman in high school and he was very grateful because he found the site to be just as useful as I did.
12 years ago
I reviewed this material by actually using the program. I spent about one hour browsing and entering equations to be solved. I was very pleased to find this "shell" for Mathematica here online. I have been told that Mathematica was powerful, yet not easy for a "liberal arts" math person to use. With this interface, I found it very easy to use Mathematica and I am sure I will revisit this site many times. The interface program seems flawless. My friend, who is an electronic engineer, used it to show me several concepts in math which I had not previously understood, but now I do. It is great for teaching!
This program is a worthy enhancement to the Mathematica, and makes it usable for "the rest of us."
12 years ago
Quick Math appears to be a very usefully sight in referance to algebra, equations, inequalities, calculus and matricies. I spent about 15 minutes reading definitions about the above mentioned. I could not log to the links to get more detail about this site. I kept getting an error "could not connect to JRun Server." Overall, it appears that this site could be used for future math problems and questions. I will bookmark this site as a future referance.
12 years ago
WOO...THIS SITE IS SO POWERFUL AND HELPFUL! I SPEND 45 MINUTES TO REVIEWING THIS SITE. I REALLY LIKE IT, I WILL GO TO USE IT AND I THINK I CAN SOLVE THAT MATH HOMEWORK PROBLEM WITHOUT ANYONE'S HELP. BECAUSE THIS SITE WILL HELP ME AT ANYTIME AND ANYWHERE!THE MATERIALS WERE EASY TO FOLLOW AND EASY UNDERSTAND! THIS SITE WILL REALLY TO HELPFUL WHO'S A MATH STUDENT AND THAT WILL IMPROVE THEIR LEARNING SKILL.
THIS SITE DID AN EXCELLENT JOB. SILPLE, CLEAR AND NICE!
12 years ago
Wow - this site was outstanding-just what I needed to help me with my studies. I know that I will be able to use it and so will my two children. This will definitely help students with their math homework and will enhance their learning skills as well.