The software giant Microsoft is adding a new graphics mode to the Windows 10 calculator. Earlier this month the company made the calculator open-sourced on GitHub.
The new Windows 10 calculator graphics feature is the first open-sourced suggestion option that was totally Microsoft engineer Dave Grochocki’s idea, who just suggested that students could use the graphing feature for their algebra task.
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The algebra is the stepping to a more advanced level of mathematics and science including engineering courses, but it’s also a critical class that most of the student naturally fail in the US.
However, a lot of basic calculator apps don’t have any kind of graphics feature like Windows 10 calculator, so Window 10 calculator graphic feature more impressive.
According to the GitHub, the feature’s still under development and clearly indicate to the user would be able to graph linear, quadratic and more.