Entering mathematical symbols in Microsoft Word is not easy, if not impossible for some. The GDmath
software can be of assistance in these cases. It allows the successful entry of mathematical texts and geometrical figures.
makes the input of mathematical texts easier in Word. All the symbols are available from a taskbar, thus the user only has to click on one of them to start using it. Symbols such as square root, vector, norms equations systems, and more, are available.
Drawing: Inserting geometrical figures is also one of this program's features. One can design diagrams with any desired measure. It is possible to draw triangles, circles, graphs, vectors or segments. Other features are available for more elaborate drawings.
3D: A number of 3D figures are available as well, ie pyramids, cylinders and such. It is possible to get the pattern of a given geomatrical form and its form once assembled. Its taskbar based graphic interface makes the whole manipulation intuitive.
is a freeware
Makes mathematical data entry more accessible.
Nothing in particular.
Latest update on June 1, 2015 at 05:52 AM.