*Take a classic graphing calculator and merge it with Windows 10's pen and ink capabilities and you get a math-solving tool for a whole new generation.*

## FluidMath

It doesn't matter what your age is — you just might not enjoy math. You might have never been able to get the handle of algebra or grasp calculus, or maybe you love it and it's your favorite thing ever. Regardless of your position on math, if it's something that's a regular part of your life you'll want to take a look at FluidMath. It takes all of the capability of a high-powered graphing calculator, but wrapps up as a Windows 10 app with support for digital inking. It is perhaps the ultimate learning tool for students and demonstration app for teachers.

What can you do with FluidMath and why do you need it if you have a modern two-in-one Windows tablet? I'll tell you in today's Windows 10 Gem!

## What it is

FluidMath for PCs running Windows 10 is an inking-enabled math app. It is available for devices like the Surface, Surface Book, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, and Huawei MateBook. FluidMath lets you ink math formulas onto digital paper, solve linear algebra, and automatically graph those pesky quadratic equations with ease.

The real miracle with FluidMath is how it takes your handwritten math problems and converts them into equations that the app can then solve for you. Going one step further, it will even graph those equations out for you, let you manipulate them and gather more information.

Take a classic TI-83 graphing calculator and merge it with a Surface Pro 4's pen and ink capabilities and you have yourself a math-solving tool for a whole new generation. The company behind FluidMath is Fluidity Software, and they note that their app was "researched, developed, and tested in consultation with teachers over five years with support from NSF, NIH, and US Department of Education" making it more than just a novelty.

Fluidity Software suggests their software is appropriate for pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, pre-Calculus, and Calculus, Likewise, it's not just for students as math or physics teachers can use it as a demonstration tool as well.

## Why it's great

For many people, math is full of abstract formulas and data that's hard to visualize. Some of us are just stronger in the verbal game than the math one, including me. Having a tool that lets me use my Surface or MateBook to do math already has sparked my interest and – let's face it – today's generation of students are very computer literate, making them ideal candidates for this app.

FluidMath is also rather simple to use. When you first launch it, you are presented with digital graphing paper. There are two pen functions: one for doing math equations and the other for drawing. The "math pen" is the one that will be converted into text as you write out the formula, while the second is useful for circling, drawing arrows, animations, and more to help highlight an area of interest.

The app has a built-in Help tutorial that will walk you through how FluidMath works and what it can do. FluidMath isn't a catch-all for all things math — it's not ideal for geometry, statistics, or 3D graphing, for example — but is instead better suited for all levels of algebra and calculus.

Fluidity says that it takes about an hour to get acquainted with the handwriting recognition in FluidMath, and I would say that is accurate. Most of this depends on how cleanly you write your numbers so that the auto-conversion process recognizes what you want to represent. It can be tricky, but the accuracy is quite high in my opinion.

Besides the "train yourself to train the app" part there are also gestures and symbols that make the app recognize certain functions. For instance, doing a swoosh like graphing gesture starting at the equals sign in an equation will tell the app to attempt to graph it out. The chart then pops up next to the equation, and the student or teacher can expand it, move it around, show the full table, or draw on it to visually demonstrate the lesson. I found this feature incredibly impressive. There is also a slider function to vary the value of a parameter.

Other expressions include a "double arrow" to approximate numerically the expression (i.e. convert a fraction to decimals), while a single arrow will simplify it (i.e. convert a fraction from 3/9 to 1/3). Doing these gestures and expressions lets you quickly "solve for X" or "solve for a, and b".

FluidMath can also create animations of math expressions, which makes an excellent visual learning aid for students. Likewise, you can "shrink" the text on the page by removing your handwritten formulas and only keeping the converted text. This ability lets you keep more on a single page instead of scrolling to another page.

The eraser function for the Surface Pen, unfortunately, does not work, which is good and bad. This means any Windows and pen combination works with FluidMath, and they've worked to make erasing easy. You can either tap Clear Page (wipes everything) or literally scribble over your mistake like on real paper – the app will then remove that part of the equation so that you can attempt to write the right number or symbol.

FluidMath can create animations of math expressions, which makes an excellent visual learning aid for students.

Perhaps the biggest obstacle with FluidMath is the conversion from handwriting to text so that the app can solve equations for you. I am not that accustomed to writing with a digital pen, let alone doing math, and you need some practice time with the app. This is not a fault of FluidMath — there are just limits on inking to conversion abilities in 2016 that all apps have to contend with.

Regardless, I did find the ability of the app to solve equations and graph them out quite impressive. Frankly, if I were in school, I would constantly use this app to understand better, visualize, and practice doing calculus.

For teachers, using this app on a Microsoft Surface, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, or Huawei MateBook along *with an HDMI out to a projector* would be an excellent combination.

One feature I would like to see added, however, would be to save your work. I think it would be neat for teachers to be able to sketch out some examples before class so that they can quickly pull them up or so students can turn in or share their work. Then again, once you get used to using the app and the gestures, I think doing it live should not be much of a problem.

## The future of math is digital ink

Overall, FluidMath is a perfect melding of old with the new. The app is a lot of potential for students and teachers and makes a great companion for homework or classroom demonstrations. Since professionals build the app, you are getting some high-level abilities by people who do this for a living.

FluidMath is free to try and runs for a modest $7.49 per year via an in-app purchase. Now if I could just go back 20 years and use this app my traumatic math experience may instead be positive memories!

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## Reader comments

## Windows 10 Gems: Calculate the smart way with FluidMath

What a wonderful device for my kids going to school and Fluid Math would be a great companion.#sweepstakes

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#sweepstakes CanadaIt will help me to easily solve problem with my friends with digit ink and also sync to onenote or chat with my teacher via skype to solve problems/My daughter would use Fluid math more than I would. I am in finance and already have my models set up in spreadsheets.

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for various probalilities plotting everyday life like how long it takes me too work every day, track my various activity , plot them in to graphs and analyse then and solve!

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While I wouldn't have as much use for it as when I was in college, my kid is about to need this sort of thing for school. As for saving, you can always take a screenshot. While that's not as helpful as native saves, it's still useful. #sweepstakes

More intuitive than the graphing calculator my kids use in their math classes. #sweepstakes

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Is this Eve product? :)

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FluidMath would help me when I go to college next year. I'm going to have a lot of math classes and stuff, so this is just what I need. #sweepstakes

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This looks great for some basic stuff, I wonder what the most complicated math is that the app can properly calulate for. Time to download and test!

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This app would help me keep practicing math. #sweepstakes

Aw man kids have it easy these days. I had to do this from memory in class. But now that I myself have a kid, this is a great tool to have. I think this tool and Wolfram Alpha side by side will make studying a lot more engaging. So FluidMath will be more a help for both me and my son as he learns math from simple to advanced. #sweepstakes

FluidMath would work wonders in helping my nephew with his math homework!

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This, and the surface 3 would help my wife doing her medical work. #sweepstakes

Though I don't have to use algebra as much these days, I have to come in with the other parents here and say that is use it for educating my children. Kids these days are so fortunate to have ready access to technology for learning. #sweepstakes

I would use FluidMath to help the youth I mentor with his math homework because I'm terrible at it! #sweepstakes

this would help with college work as much is needed in that area #sweepstakes

Will definitely download this app. Love the idea, and always loved Math. Will surely use it in helping on my duties at work. Hopefully will install it on my Surface 3 as well.

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Taking several math classes next semester and this would definitely come in handy

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As a new Dad, I have come to realize that in the not too distant future, I'll have a son that's asking me math questions! There a bit of terror that comes along with that realization (I wasn't the best, but did ok), that's had me thinking about giving myself some math refreshing, but it's hard to find good apps that are simple to use. FluidMath looks like a great option for this. #sweepstakes

Fluid Math would prove a great learning tool for my son, and an aid to myself to brush up on math with which I've grown quite rusty. Looks like a great combination of software and hardware

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I feel that I'd love using FluidMath in the classroom environment for when I am teaching students! #sweepstakes

I am definitely going to try this app out on my Surface³. I often tutor my kids in math and have always used OneNote. This sounds like the perfect tool for me, although I'd prefer to pay once and be done, as opposed to a subscription-based model for this app. #sweepstakes

Honestly, this is the most revolutionary math application I have seen in quite some time. It takes the natural way most of us learned to write out equations and builds it into recognizable digital equations. If I had a Microsoft pen capable device, this would definitely be on my must have application list.

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Fluid Math is amazing, by letting convert your handwritten math problems into equations that the app. can solve, and also plots results. #Sweepstakes.

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As an applied mathmatician, I would use FluidMath to do the visualization. (On my Surface 3.)

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This would be so useful for converting math to text via hand writing instead of using word or excel's insert equation feature! And it would be really nice to upgrade to a surface 3 from my old and slowly breaking surface pro 1. #sweepstakes

Not usable to me since I haven't work on maths since long time ago. But I'm seeing my children going into this on following years.

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As a software developer looking to do some fancy graphics work at some point in the future involving complex maths, this would be an epic tool to have at the ready. #sweepstakes

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I can literally calculate the best approach to drop kick dudes in the spine with this!

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I desperately need a refresher because I feel like a bit of a dummy

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I fix things so math has not been a real part of my life for a long time.

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Use it at work where we have alot of calculation related tasks

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FluidMath will really come in handy for me studying signal analysis coz sometimes it gets a bit tricky imagining what the graph would look like.

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missed this when I was kid #sweepstakes

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I'm pretty terrible with math, so even for me, the animations would more than likely help me out. Learning new ways to solve problems one of my favorite things.

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I would love to have a digital sketchbook do anything and everything that comes up.

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My brother is a mathimatician. I know he would love it if it has more calculating capabilities.

I'll be honest and say that FluidMath would not help me on my day-day, but it seems neat. I just want the Surface 3 #sweepstakes

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As an engineer who works with equations all the time, I can definately see value in using this as a scratch pad and perhaps publish results and show the steps I take to get there

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My daughter, the math major, would love this #sweepstakes

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I'm currently working on my BS in Electrical Engineering, and Fluid Math would be a huge help for the modern physics and linear algebra courses I'll be taking this fall. I don't currently have any sort of Windows device with digitizer input, so I couldn't use the app now, but a new Surface would remedy that issue haha! #sweepstakes

My grandkids have me help them with math problems. I need help!

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If only this existed thru my hs and college years I would have PMTSD (past math trauma stress disorder) #sweepstakes

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Holy crap, I've been looking for something like this since I got a Surface RT. Things this could make way easier to deal with: Tsiolkovsky rocket equation; equations of motion calculations for sub-relativistic spacecraft; general relativity equations. No, I'm not a rocket scientist, but I do sci-fi writing on the side. Of course, it won't run on my Surface RT, but a Surface 3 would be a handy replacement. -

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I never thought a calculator app would make me say"I gotta have some of that in my life" But this made me do just that.

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it wouldn't help me much, even as a programmer lol, but its a great idea.. #sweepstakes anyways!

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Personally, I just think it's cool, and would be fun to teach my little sister some more advanced math! :D #sweepstakes

Would come in super handy since i work for an engineering company and constantly doing conversion and calculations all day

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As a college student currently pursuing a bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering, I would greatly benefit from fluidmath as I use math every day. The graphing capabilities would be useful in my where I study multiple different subjects ranging from fluid dynamics to structure studies. Also, I am limited to a desktop so am often left without a computer on campus because I must commute. #sweepstakes

This would really help me with tutoring my kid in math. I will have to check this out.

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Math is my best subject so this is a no brainer for me. #sweepstakes

another great use of Pen interface with the Surface line. loving it. #sweepstakes

It would help me assist my younger brothers with their math homework.

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I don't know that I would have much use for it. #sweepstakes

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As an engineer and programmer who works with equations all the time, I can definately see value in fluid math and surface

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Oh man this would help tons with my kids and home schooling. We are always looking for more practical apps to help with common tasks like this! #sweepstakes

This would definitely help me help my son with high school. I was pretty good at math back in high school but I must admit that I have forgotten a lot. We need all the help we can get! #sweepstakes

An engineers dream! Way better than a TI-89.

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My wife is a 7th grade Math teacher. This would be perfect for writing up lesson plans!

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College Math Books are heavy. I'd like this so I can pack less junk around campus all day.

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When I teach my nursing students, I can get the interactive visualizations and computations I want in less time #Sweepstakes

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The future of windows 10 is digitial ink!!!

20 years is a long time Daniel:) But if it's any consolation math-to-ink conversion is already supported in windows. You can already use it in Onenote 2016 and the math panel was already supported natively since windows 2005 tablet edition. Fluidmath does look like the next milestone in the digitalization of edutcation in math. Exciting. Can't wait for FluidChemistry, FluidFormula, FluidSystem and FluidWriter to come! Great productivity and educational tools.

Fluid math would be great for my students!!!!!

I'm studing waves. Fluidmath would probably help. #sweepstakes

This would be great for my daughter, I think it would help spike her interest in math. #sweepstakes

"It was my understanding that there would be no math."

Actually, not sure the app would get much use in my day to day life, but the Surface 3 would be amazing for helping sketch ideas and managing other aspects of my new woodworking business. #sweepstakes

Am not from US or Canada but I would love to win .. Would really help me in my studies especially in calculus and Probability..

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Life became easy when you have this kind of technology around you. I am still using my old dell laptop. I need to update myself with this beauty. :)

My daughter would love this to help with Algebra.

#sweepstakesI work as a water treatment professional and would definately use it on pretty much a daily basis to figure dosages, pressure, line loss and any number of other things. My wife would also find it useful as a middle school math teacher.

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I would love to use this math app using ink #sweepstakes

Granted it could help solve problems but I believe the human brain should be challenged and made to think on its own. #sweepstakes

I'm a professor of Biostatistics and I would love a tool that converts my handwritten equations to typface.

#sweepstakesTechnology keeps getting better and better. FluidMath is great ! Especially for a teacher, would be gold in hands

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Wish I had this earlier! #sweepstakes

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Fluid math is an amazing tool that can help me in my upcoming calculus class. ( don't like math) will really help.

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I would use it to find out if the limit did exist. #sweepstakes

I love math, don't get me wrong, but it's been a long time and when my teenagers have questions about their AP Calculus homework they know not to turn to me... so FluidMath would be perfect. #sweepstakes

I would use FluidMath to show my wife how awesome my minor in mathmatics is :)

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I'm not so good in math, so this could help me with learning my sons #sweepstakes

I am a PhD scientists and do math all the time. I typically do 'back of the envelope' calculations several times day, and tradationally do it on a 'boogie board', which can not be saved. This would be super conveninet to make the back of the envelope calculations better, easily save the ones I need, and also throw in graphs as well! #sweepstakes

This will be great for math homework, so convenient! #sweepstakes

I am a former sociologist who needs to teach a course in statistics each year or two; a tool like this, especially combined with a projector, would make a big impression on my students!

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That is really cool.

I need this! Not only for math (I want to keep my brain refreshed with math) but I need to create some cool apps #sweepstakes

I don't regularly work in math, but i love it and keep up with it as a hobby (solving is satisfying!) This would be great for that as well as teaching my nieces and nephews how awesome math can be! Hope I win to put it to good use! #sweepstakes

It will help the kids!!

#sweepstakesI'm getting old so not having to work to hard to remember stuff in order to help my kids with their math would be great. It would also be fantastic for my kids to help learn new math concepts especially with the animations feature mentioned.

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It would help because I dont care for math so this could make it easier and maybe even fun to deal with.

#sweepstakesmy niece would love to work out math problems!

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I wish I had this in school! #sweepstakes

It would help my son when he has math homework

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"The real miracle with FluidMath is how it takes your handwritten math problems and converts them into equations that the app can then solve for you."

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I love math always good to keep studying and brushing up on it.

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This would be great for some good old fashioned calculus and advanced linear algebra.

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Analysis would a lot easier with this and a surface #sweepstakes

This would help me tremendously! I have so many issues at math, ugh. I need daily help!!

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This will work well on my Samsung Slate 7.

Looks like the perfect math app. Must try it .

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My field calculations (groundwater flow modelling) will be easier.#sweepstakes

I have two high school students, and I tutor Algebra to High School and Community College students, this could really improve my daily Monday-Friday life by leaps and bounds. I love that this exists, while FluidMath is incredible, knowing how to do many operations on paper is still important, but the explination coupled with a quick visual of how functions are graphed could really help me reach many of my students much quicker. Thank you for the chance to win. #Sweepstakes

Could use Fluid Math to assist with homework assignments. #sweepstakes

This is exactly what my son needs, even if he thinks he doesn't. It would reduce my need to offer assistance, especially since I don't remember this stuff anymore. #sweepstakes

This would be great to help illustrate these concepts to my son as he asks about them and learns more at school. #sweepstakes

I use a graphing calculator now but it would be much easier with something like FluidMath. Definitely gonna give it a look! Thanks for the article. This comment can also serve as a sweepstakes entry. #Sweepstakes