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No more "stupid math" and welcome to steps2Math. Our motto: "Understanding rather than despair." The math app gives students, parents, teachers from grades 5-11 easy access to mathematics. steps2Math solves not only math tasks. It shows and explains the individual steps in the corresponding solutions.

The functions of Steps2MATH:

• Algebra exercises can be entered.

• The solution is generated and displayed.

• For each transformation, there is an explanation.

• The transformations are shown in red and linked to the explanations.

• auxiliary calculation(s) (Addition, Division, Multiplication)

• Function graphs.

• Graphs for both sides of an equation.

• The graphics output includes a table of values.

• The graphs can be scaled and moved.

• For equations, the proof is carried out.

• 35 languages are supported

• They can be switched at any time in the application.

• In some languages, the numbers can be displayed in the local representation.

• The application can be adapted to the needs and capabilities of the user.

• An extensive collection of exercises with more than 500 templates.

• The exercises are created again and again.

• Therefore Steps2MATH includes countless exercises.

• Calculations with exact numbers.

• Rounded values, if necessary.

• The exercises can be stored as documents.

• History

• Conversion and transformation of measurement units

• SI units: ampere ... Weber.

• Other units such as inches and yards.

The app can also be used as a scientific calculator.

Mathematical functions:

• Natural numbers

• Integers

• Fractions

• Decimal numbers

• Rational Numbers

• Percentage

• Exponentiation

• forming operations

• Linear equation

• Systems of linear equations

• Roots

• Quadratic equations

• trigonometric functions (π/°)

• Exponential functions

• Logarithm

• Complex numbers

• Sign function

• Roundings

• Absolute value

• Binomial coefficients

• Differential calculus