theMathematician (Legacy)

theMathematician (Legacy)

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

Pros
  • Free, no ads
  • No permissions required
  • Smooth as silk
Cons
  • The more options, the better.
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+ By Lion Roar Studios

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Expert's Review
5.0
Worthy

"ax^2+bx+c=0"

Reviewed by / May 15, 2012

A helpful tool to solve Math stuff.

Basic Math works as your default calculator, with a maximum of eight digits long results. If you get a result higher, you'll get the usual one point whatever raised to the power needed. The interface is smooth as silk, though we'd appreciate if the equal button were significantly larger.

The best part of this app comes with the "math" and "physics" options, in which you can solve from quadratic equations to find missing values in Trigonometry. Design may not be the height of coolness, so keep in mind that it's a tool and, what you'll actually appreciate will be that everything works fast and touch response is nice, specially when you're typing hieroglyphic equations to calculate how hard will that train from Vermont hit another train which left from Boston an hour later but accelerates ten miles per hour faster than...well, I'm sure you caught it.

In short, a flawless app, perfect for having a bunch of formulae together and solve them. When you put it to work, don't miss the chance to check how it explains the steps taken. If we could ask for something, it'd be more options such as non-right triangles and non-regular areas and, with a little bit of work even graphs. Anyway, a nice app from mathematicians for mathematicians in order to make their life easier, or to help lay commoners in their high school Math studies.

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Developer's original description available here
This is the legacy version and will not be updated further. Please download the new version for the latest updates.

theMathematician was originally created in 2012 as the product for Synapse Solutions; a company in the Young Enterprise competition in the UK. It went on to win the "Product Quality Award" at the Humber region finals, and Synapse won two other awards as well.

The theMathematician (Legacy) software is copyright © 2012 Gautam Kambhampati and Timothy Atkinson.
The theMathematician double pi logo is copyright © 2012 Patrick Gittings.

The other members of the original Syanpse team were Tiarnne Morgan, Sura Hassan, Sammy Hassan and Zach Azaz.

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-3/5 on AndroidZoom, as well as App of the Day on 16/05/2012.
-Winner of the Young Enterprise Humber Sub-Region Smith and Nephew "Product Quality Award".

theMathematician is an Android app designed to help all students of mathematics revise by giving full worked solutions to any quadratic equations, SUVAT problems, trigonometric problems, and much more!

And remember, Everyone's a mathematician with theMathematician!

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Comments and ratings for theMathematician (Legacy)
  • (70)

    by James C on 06/02/2013

    Only reason it's not 5* is that it hasn't been expanded to A2.

  • (70)

    by A Google User on 21/02/2012

    found this incredibly helpful-thanks a lot!

  • (70)

    by Amaar on 21/02/2012

    found this incredibly helpful-thanks a lot!

  • (70)

    by liam on 02/02/2012

    Lots of potential, good work.

  • (70)

    by Justin on 24/01/2012

    Very good app lots of potential to develop further

  • (70)

    by Peter on 23/01/2012

    Promising looking app. I look forward to seeing the additional modules that currently don't work being completed. Please male the app install to the sd card which doesn't appear to be available right now.

  • (70)

    by Tiarnne on 23/01/2012

    Very excited to see this on the market :)