A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can reinforce their math skills and learn to check their work, if they use the app as intended.
Ease of Play
Easy to navigate, but it can be tricky to isolate printed/written formulas, either because of other content on the page/screen or because it won't recognize the handwriting/font.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
This is a wonderful choice for families who want to help their kids check their math homework or work past a difficult program, but parents need to watch for cheating. Chegg Math Solver - math help provides an option for kids who want to check to make sure their homework is done correctly and parents who want to support kids who are stuck. The challenge is that it does its job well enough that kids can use it to cheat on the homework and even tests. Most kids will find it easy to use, but it can be finicky when it comes to capturing a picture of a problem. When kids get their solutions, they can also use the additional information to make sure they fully understand the solution. If there there's any real complaint about Chegg Math Solver, - math help it's the cost: At $9.99 each month, it's a pricey option to simply ensure your kids ace their math homework. But if math is a struggle in your household, this might just be the tool you need. With a free trial, you can check it out without any commitment.
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