Web Resources to Solve Mathematics Problem Online for Free
Mathematics has always been a subject giving me a message: ‘My way or the highway’. Being not much of a genius with numbers, I would score meagerly and crawl across the line that would deem me ‘Passed’. But then it was essential to score well because the rustic norm of our education system says we need to have to good marks to have a future. Though that is not true, for those of you can challenge it.
But then scoring good marks in Maths does give a sense of achievement. So, to help you in the way, many online portals have come up which help you avoid the glaring eyes of teachers and the monotonicity of classes that will make you doze off.
These online portals are more of your digital pals that teach you with patience without binding you to a confined space or time.
1. Mathway- Instant Solutions
One such solution to numerics is Mathway.com, powered by Bagatrix Solveed technology. Mathway provides problem solving resources and tools for everyone. The features and functionality remains simple and easy to handle. It handles subjects and solutions with effortless tricks that immediately clicks and you decipher the conclusion in seconds.
You can solve problems in algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and more. That solves a lot of problems. Does it not?
Another not so sophisticated online service you can try is Webmath.com.
2. WolframAlpha- Getting it Step by Step
WolframAlpha is another online tool; I would rather call it a Mathematics dictionary. It gives you step-wise solutions to your problems and tells you in detail, whatever more you want to know about Maths.
It should be noted that free users are restricted to get only 3 step by step solutions per day. In my opinion, it is still better than EEWeb which requires premium signup even for one solution.
3. EEWeb – Not Just Maths
Online Mathematics portals are not only the need-of-the hour for school students but are also a necessity for engineers. Thus, EEWeb tells you more on analog and RF designs, Embeds, Digital IC’s electromechanics, etc. The website focuses on serving to need of all engineers. You can calculate with swift strokes on the online scientific calculator at the same time voice out and clear your doubts on an interactive forum.
EEWeb also comes in handy if you are looking for job openings in your engineering field. You can look up opportunities by the companies, region, job types and tags.
Have you used any of such services already? Let me know by commenting below.