## Which software is used to teach mathematics?

My article describes the practical use of the software in the teaching of mathematical subjects and my experience with its use by the students and the pedagogues. In our computer laboratory our students use the following software: MS Office (MS Excel), LibreOffice (LO Calc), MATLAB 2010b, Octave, wxMaxima, and LATEX.

## What is the best software for teaching mathematics online?

15 Apps & Websites For Teaching Math Online

- Khan Academy. Khan Academy is a completely free personalized learning resource with online courses, videos, and exercises.
- IXL.
- Math is Fun.
- Quizlet.
- Wolfram MathWorld.
- Art of Problem Solving.
- Desmos.
- Prodigy Math Game.

**Is there a math program like Lexia?**

Symphony Math is a web-enabled program with a visual and highly intuitive interface. The program helps students understand at a conceptual level. Instead of being overwhelmed by numbers, students move at their own speed and learn how math works.

### What is Mathematica software used for?

Mathematica is a symbolic mathematical computation program, sometimes called a computer algebra program, used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields. It was conceived by Stephen Wolfram and is developed by Wolfram Research of Champaign, Illinois.

### What is the best mathematical software?

Top 5 Mathematical Software

- Microsoft Mathematics – For 2D and 3D diagrams.
- Cadabra – For field theory problems.
- GeoGebra – Built-in calculus tools.
- Photomath – Mobile app.
- SpeQ Mathematics – For trigonometry problems.

**How good is IXL?**

Overview. IXL has a consumer rating of 1.32 stars from 276 reviews indicating that most customers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. IXL ranks 566th among Education Other sites.

#### Is Prodigy math adaptive?

Did you know the adaptive math content students see when they play Prodigy is based on an adaptive algorithm? Prodigy Math Game’s adaptive algorithm automatically detects students’ strengths and areas of need and keeps students in their zone of proximal development (ZPD) (Vygotsky, 1978).