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Google Search will help with math equations and more

Nuevos recursos educativos de Google

There is no doubt that Google has taken advantage of the needs that this pandemic has brought to work piecemeal and offer a variety of web-based tools and resources for different sectors of society, focusing especially on those groups that have been forced to carry out your activities remotely.

Now, the company has shared both the new educational resources and the improvement of the capacities of the existing educational resources in the Searches, highlighting especially the ability to offer the solution of mathematical equations step by step, with detailed explanations for better understanding.

A strong push in remote education from Google Search

In general lines, these educational resources from the Searches are available in English at a global level, although from Google they are committed to expanding the support for other languages, although in the case of solving mathematical equations, the company points out that the Explanations are currently available for more than 70 different languages.

These are the Five new features about educational resources in Google Search:

To begin with, Google notes that students Searching over 2,000 STEM concepts will have access to educational overviews, accompanied by examples and videos available throughout the web.

In addition, it has a new interactive function that allows students to test your knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, and physics by looking for practical problems for these subjects.

For this function, Google will offer resources from organizations such as BBC Bitesize, Byjus, Careers360, Chegg, CK12, Education Quizzes, GradeUp, Great Minds, Kahoot !, OpenStax, Toppr, Vedantu, among others.

But if it wasn’t enough, Google also relies on 3D augmented reality for mobiles to enable the visualization of more than 200 concepts of chemistry, biology, physics and anatomy in the rooms of the students themselves.

For the solving equations, Google notes that users will be able to start by typing them in the search bar or by capturing a photo with the Lens application to provide step-by-step explanations, although they promise that they will increase support for more types of mathematical equations in collaboration with Symbolab , Mathway and Tiger Algebra.

And finally, he points out that in the next few weeks, Searches will be able to provide detailed explanations for specific questions and equivalents where they will address the complexities of STEM-related topics, making it easy to take understanding to the next level.

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