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Wired.com: "It’s fantastic for helping kids (and grown-ups) practice polynomial manipulation and division. I can’t recommend Esa’s math apps enough." With the Polynomial Long Division app you can practice dividing polynomials with a step-by-step method. And you can get additional help at each step. Fun Educational Apps: "Although Polynomial Long Division can look complicated this app makes it quite easy. It guides students step by step, telling them what to do. Student can play back problems step by step or with an animation, and can also stop the playback at any time and continue to solve the problem on their own. We think this app can easily be used in the classroom, ideal as part of school program or individually as a learning tool and homework helper. The Polynomial Long Division app has several settings that allow you to set the difficulty to suit your needs. You can either pick answers for each step from multiple choices or you can type in the answers yourself. The former method is a great way to start using the app and then later you can start to type in your answers. Eventually you can hide the current division, multiplication, or subtraction step and solve the problems without any help. You can have positive and negative coefficients that can be whole numbers or fractions. You can control how hard random problems the app generates. And you have complete freedom to set your own problems. The dividend can be a forth-degree polynomial and the divisor a third-degree polynomial. When you type in your answers you can use a custom keyboard that enables you to enter variables and exponents with just one tap. Each keyboard in the app also contains a built-in calculator. For several types of division, subtraction, and multiplication steps the app contains help balloons that break the steps into even smaller sub steps that help you solve the steps. Just tap the “Help me” button to open a balloon that will guide you to enter the correct answer. Other iDevBooks math apps iDevBooks math apps have been reviewed and endorsed by Wired.com, IEAR.org, Edudemic.com, Teachers with Apps, and other respected sites and organizations. Some of the other 40 iDevBooks math apps are Column Addition, Long Multiplication, Long Division, Column Subtraction, Visual Multiplication Table, Partial Differences Subtraction, Partial Products Multiplication, Partial Sums Addition, Decimal Rounding, etc. Feedback and requests for new features New ideas to make this app better are welcome. Please visit idevbooks.com to give feedback. Privacy This app has no ads or in-app purchases and it does not transmit any data during the operation of the app. This app also does not contain any links to other apps or the web.
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All of the apps I have from this developer are super and would have been a great help when I was struggling through math in middle school and high school! This is a good resource for children struggling with math.
This is such a great app. It's a really nice challenge for my math-loving kid, and fun for me to play around with. There are a few quirks here and there (settings don't always stick, could add in a bit more challenge), but overall, this app does just what it says it does. Very nice.
Developed by Esa Helttula.
Polynomial Long Division is ranking in Education
Last update was at May 27, 2021and the current version is 4.1.
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Polynomial Long Division have a 8a user reviews.