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Complex Mathematical Concepts made Easy with Bevond.

It’s common for students to approach mathematics with a sense of trepidation. Many mug up formulas instead of thinking logically. Students also misapply rules in situations that appear similar.

Augmented Reality applications can help your students learn mathematics faster & easily. These apps also help improve their learning ability significantly.

Benefits of using Augmented Reality for teaching Mathematics

Algebra

Create custom AR apps with Bevond to redefine the way mathematics is taught in your school. Whether it is teaching basic algebra or advanced polynomial functions, students find it easier to retain knowledge when they interact with 3D models overlayed on their text book.

  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication
  • Square roots
  • Linear equations
  • Inequalities
  • Percentage, ratio & proportions
  • Statistics & probability
  • Advanced polynomial functions
  • Logarithms
  • Matrices
  • Graphs
Algebra
geometry

Geometry

Create apps that allow your students to interact with three-dimensional geometric construction models in real time. You and your students can share a virtual space together to create geometric shapes using high-end hand-held and wearable devices. Apps will allow you to overlay multimedia content on to the real world to help students understand geometry thoroughly without mugging up anything.

  • Euclidean plane and solid geometry
  • Points, lines, angles, curves, surfaces
  • Circles
  • Coordinate geometry
  • Three-dimensional solids
  • Non-Euclidean geometries
  • Complex theorems

Trigonometry

Trigonometry functions and ratios can be very difficult to learn & understand. Bevond helps teachers create magical AR apps for a truly immersive learning experience.

  • Vectors and laws of cosine & sine
  • Arithmetic of complex numbers
  • Polar functions & notation
  • Inverse trigonometric functions
trigonometry
calculus

Calculus

Having a strong foundation in calculus is a pre-requisite for further studies in engineering, mathematics and science. When numbers are shown as 3D models overlayed on text books, students are able to learn complex concepts easily.

  • Chain rule
  • Definite Integral
  • Limit
  • Derivatives
  • Exponential growth
  • Ratio test
  • Radius of Convergence
Make Mathematics easy-to-understand for your students now!!