Math Ref is an award winning education app. Browse over 1,400 formulas, figures, and examples to help you with math, physics, chemistry and more. Tools such as a unit converter, quadratic solver, and triangle solver help you perform common calculations fast. So, if you're a student, teacher, or need math for work and want to try before you buy, this app is for you.
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"Math Ref is just an awesomely useful app for students, teachers, and anyone else who works with math and needs to do a lot of calculations." - FindmySoft.com
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-Tools: Ranging from Algebra to Physics
-Favorites: Easily save equations in groups
-Search: Easily find what you're looking for
-Print Support: Print equations or groups
-Editable Notes: Write what will help you best
-Searchable Prime Numbers: Now easily search through the first 10,000 primes
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Current Main Categories:
-Series & Sequences
-Table of Integrals
-Probability and Statistics
-Financial (includes Real Estate)
- Layout fixes for newer devices
- Fixes crash bug with Unit Converter
- Fixing various sizing issues with Algorithms section
- Added inverse trig functions to Series and Sequences
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
OK, but useless for learning
It's just an organized collection of formulas. If you keep encountering hard to understand mathematical concepts explained in impenetrably arcane mathematical jibber-jabber, look elsewhere. This app is for those who already have a deep understanding of mathematics.
Just once, I'd like to see an app writer come up with one that lets the rest of us on board by explaining concepts in plain language, using analogies, animations or whatever else it takes to help the rest of us break through.
I'm a pre-med student and this app helps out a lot when it comes to consolidating the eq. I need when doing homework and practicing / solving problems in calc-based physics etc. It also goes all the way back to pre-algebra for those needing to refresh!
iPhone/iPod is good, iPad version is still missing the point
I had reviewed the previous version and noted how wonderful the iPod/iPhone version was - a great job given the small screen real estate. However, the iPad version continues to baffle me with the fraction of the screen it allocates for formulae. When I'm using the iPad I STILL want to find the formula I'm after quickly, so presenting the formulae on only one third of the screen is daft in my opinion. I do appreciate that the developers are adding the ability to augment a given formula with user comments and the like, but 99% of the time all I want is quickly locating the formula I'm after yet the majority of the screen is sacrificed for all this other low yield stuff. How about using **ALL** the screen real estate for the formulae and if I'm interested in seeing a bigger version of the equation or adding my own comments then I just tap on that equation and then something intuitive happens. A great addition would be pinch/zoom in case you find the formula was a little too small to read.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.