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Table of Contents

- Is using Chegg for homework cheating?
- Can Google do my math homework?
- Can Google help me with math?
- How do I check my math answers?
- How do you do math equations on Google?
- Can Google solve math word problems?
- What app gives you answers to math problems?
- Which is better Photomath or Mathway?
- What app can solve graphs?
- What apps can help with math?

Many students use the term “Chegging” when they describe turning to homework-help sites to copy down answers instead of doing work themselves. A recent investigation by Forbes magazine called Chegg a “superspreader” of cheating; a majority of the 52 students it interviewed said they used it for that purpose.

Google has announced a new technology, powered by an acquisition called Socratic, that will let students take photos of their math homework in order to get the solutions.

Google Lens can solve simple equations such as “5+2” or more complex formulas such as “x2 – 3x + 2.” You can scan the problem from a real-world piece of paper or from a digital display. Open the “Google” app on your Android phone or tablet, iPhone, or iPad.

There are a couple of ways to check your math answer. The easiest way is to plug your solution back into the problem and work backwards to see if you get the right numbers that way. You can also take a look at your answer and see if it makes sense.

Insert an equation

- Open a document in Google Docs.
- Click where you want to put the equation.
- Click Insert. Equation.
- Select the symbols you want to add from one of these menus: Greek letters. Miscellaneous operations. Relations. Math operators. Arrows.
- Add numbers or substitute variables in the box.

Yes, with Homework mode, Google Lens can help you solve equations and learn math.

Photomath reads and solves mathematical problems instantly by using the camera of your mobile device.

When comparing Mathway vs PhotoMath, the Slant community recommends Mathway for most people. In the question“What are the best Android apps for math problem solving?” Mathway is ranked 1st while PhotoMath is ranked 4th. You can photograph a math problem and the app will recognize and solve it for you.

I think Photomath is a very good software that can be used for learning mathematics. Students can use this app to verify answers and also to explore graphs. Photomath is a free app and is both available on Android and iOS.

10 Best Math Apps for Students

- Free Graphing Calculator (iOS) / Graphing Calculator by MathLab (Android)
- Convert Units for Free (iOS) / Unit Converter (Android)
- MathRef (iOS)
- Wolfram Alpha (Android, iOS)
- Digits (iOS)
- My Script Calculator (iOS, Android)
- Math Solver (Android)
- The MathPage (iOS)