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Microsoft Math

If you are looking for Microsoft Math, you have come to the right place. We explain what Microsoft Math is and point you to the official download.

What is Microsoft Math?

Microsoft Math, now known as Microsoft Mathematics, is an educational program that provides the user with calculation tools for solving mathematical and scientific equations. More specifically, the program provides the user with a mathematical and scientific calculator (equation solver), graphing calculator, triangle solver, and a unit converter.

Generally utilized by students, the program’s various tools and features enable students to understand and solve equations for schoolwork. The equation solver for instance, provides the user with a step-by-step explanation of the solution to a specific equation; while the triangle solver provides the user with a graphing tool for understanding triangles and their angles.

The graphing calculator meanwhile is able to create graphs in 2D and 3D modes, to render a visualization of mathematical concepts, problems and equations. The unit converter enable the user to convert units of measurements such as energy, velocity, time, volume, power, length, temperature, area, pressure and weight. Also included are formulas and equations that the user can study and analyze.

Microsoft Math is a free program that can be downloaded directly from the Microsoft website.

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File types supported by Microsoft Math

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About file types supported by Microsoft Math

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Last updated: : December 3, 2022