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This app was mentioned in 9 comments, with an average of 1.11 upvotes

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16th Jun 2016

Well you can try MalMath, it covers, Integrals, Derivatives, limits, Logarithms, etc.. You write the problem, and press solve, the app solves it and shows you the steps, on how it solved that.

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20th Jan 2016

Thanks for the code!

I was rushing to leave that comment because there were fewer than 10 codes left at the time, but here are some things I haven't seen in other comments:

- *mathematical and physical constants other than e and pi would be nice; I'd suggest putting them in a list accessible by long pressing either of those two keys but those constants are already secondary options. Perhaps the Constants list could replace e and e would be in the same list?
- Maybe this would be feature creep and it would definitely be beyond my own current needs but some feature parity with MalMath would be great for some people perhaps?

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30th Sep 2015

For what equation are you talking? When I inputted that expression (12(33))^2 which outputs 156816, and this result is correct. Check again if you inputted correctly the numbers!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.malmath.apps.mm

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18th Mar 2016

Try this one called MalMath: Step by step solver

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12th Sep 2016

You can try MalMath

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10th Nov 2015

MalMath for mobile since everything else isn't free.

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27th Oct 2016

You can try MalMath.