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Math-o-mir 2.0

Write and edit equations

Rating:
Operating Systems:
Windows 10, Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP
License:
Freeware
Developer:
Danijel Gorupec
Software Cost:
Free
Category
Kids & Education
Date Updated:
08 January 2017
Downloads To Date:
943
Languages:
English
Download Size:
792.00 KB

Math-o-mir is a free tool for writing and editing equations, a "personal math notepad where you can write down your quick and informal calculations".

A toolbar makes it easy to get started. Click the root symbol, the integral, whatever you need, then type in your values or variables.

Alternatively, there are lots of keyboard tricks. A single backslash allows you to enter commands (\sqrt gives you the square root symbol), a double-backslash enters the fraction sign, quick double keystrokes enter Greek symbols, and there are plenty more.

You're able to copy elements of one equation to another. It's not the regular mouse select/ copy/ paste system you might expect, but once you figure it out, works just fine.

There are also tools to plot or analyze functions, do basic freehand drawings and more, and the finished results may be exported as LaTeX code or regular images.

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Verdict:

Math-o-mir isn't always intuitive, but if you've time to explore then there's a lot of power here, and all no-strings free for any purpose

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