Microsoft is adding a graphics mode to the Windows 10 calculator. The company made the open source calculator on GitHub earlier this month and has received more than thirty suggestions from contributors so far, as noted by ZDNet .
The graphic mode is the first open source suggestion that is chosen. It was the brainchild of Microsoft engineer Dave Grochocki, who suggested that students could use the graphics function to study algebra. He pointed out that algebra is the springboard for more advanced courses in mathematics and other sciences and engineering, but it is also a class in which students from the USA. UU They usually fail.
Many basic calculator applications do not have a graphical function. therefore, the Windows 10 calculator could also have an advantage over rival applications. From now on, the feature is still in development, but the GitHub notes indicate that users could represent graphs of linear, quadratic and exponential equations.