Students, teachers, mathematicians, and pizza cutters waste too much time trying to remember the formulas for problems they encounter. When you learn math, you learn all kinds of crazy amazing formulas to help you solve problems you might encounter — but they don't stick in the gray matter. Wikipedia has great in-depth theoretical resources, but it's hard for someone without a PhD to wade through all the information, find what they need, and apply it to their problem.
Automathic helps you with your everyday math problems.
By organizing the most useful, oft-forgotten formulas in one place where you can always find them.
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