Numworks is a graphic calculator that aims to revolutionise the learning of mathematics through accessibility and Python code programming
Now the students have an extra weapon. Italian students who will have to take this year’s exam will be able to take the maths and physics tests with the help of Numworks. This is an innovative graphic calculator developed by the French company of the same name. The special feature of Numworks is its accessibility. The device has a larger colour screen than normal calculators. In addition to the traditional keys, there are special icons that facilitate operations and allow very intuitive use. Students will be able to perform simple calculations, operations between matrices and fractions, solve equations but also draw graphs and tables. All in a few seconds and with simple steps. Numworks is equipped with a USB connection and a rechargeable battery that ensures 20 hours of use.
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Numworks: the calculator for the baccalaureate exam
Numworks is designed to facilitate the learning of mathematics for students with learning difficulties or dyscalculia. Numworks is also the first calculator in the Python programming language. Thanks to the Creative Commons licence, students and teachers can propose or report new features: just access the calculator’s programming code for free to make changes or share improvements with the rest of the community. At a time when the education sector is going through such a delicate and particular situation,” explained NumWorks founder and CEO Romain Goyet, “we believe that our calculator can provide concrete support to teachers and students in teaching and learning mathematics, helping them to excel in this extremely fascinating subject. It is no coincidence that the Numworks graphing calculator has been included by the Italian Ministry of Education in the list of devices admitted for the 2021 baccalaureate exam.
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