Ink math assistant, a digital tutor that provides step-by-step instructions on how to solve handwritten math problems, can now draw graphs of your equations in OneNote for Windows 10.
Now, when you write your math equations, the Ink math assistant quickly plots an interactive graph to help you visualize those math concepts. You can zoom in and move the graph to see intersection points or change values of parameters in your equations to better understand how each of them reflects on the graph. And you can save a screenshot of the graph to revisit it later.
Head over to Office Blogs to learn how to graph an equation in OneNote.
Microsoft News Center Staff
Tags: Ink math assistant