Google Search, over the years, has become the go-to tool whether you are wanting to check the score or are just curious about some information that you need. And aware of its popularity, Google too keeps making it better with every update.
Doing the same again, Google has now enabled a new feature to allow kids to practice and learn mathematics with a more interactive experience. In a new blog post, Google recently revealed some new features it has added to Google Search.
One among those features is ‘practice problems’ which is an interactive feature that would test the child’s knowledge across various subjects like mathematics, chemistry as well as physics.
To enable the new feature on Google, all one need to do is simply go to Google search and search for topics like ‘chemical bond practice problems’. On search, a page will open with problems from ed-tech brands like BBC Bitesize, Byjus, Careers360, Chegg, CK12, Education Quizzes, GradeUp, and other platforms. It is also diversifying into different kinds of math equations by teaming up with Symbolab Mathway and Tiger Algebra.
Another feature that Google has added to make our lives easier is the explainer feature. This feature is for Maths problems. To use the same, all you need to do is simply type in the math problem in the search box or use Google Lens to scan a math question from your book maybe and it will offer a detailed step-by-step guide on solving that particular problem.
These feature has especially been carved for STEM questions to offer detailed explanations on the same. It is very handy to use and will save a good chunk of time that one would spend on searching for the answer.