Math Ref

Forgot how to multiply matrices? Well, this app can help. It is like a gigantic, well-organized reference card for all things math. Customize your personal reference material by adding your own notes and build up a personalized list of favorites.   

7th - 12th Math 37 Views 29 Downloads
App Overview

Math Ref has an amazing amount of reference material. It has a very intuitive interface and a great display. Under each of the topic headings, there is a large list of operations, properties, rules, and even examples.

Each of the topics includes a concise set of notes and properties that can be used for quick reference.


  • Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Linear algebra
  • Series and sequences
  • Differentiation
  • Integration
  • Table of integrals
  • Vector calculus
  • Differential equations
  • Discrete math
  • Probability and statistics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Algorithms
  • Financial
  • Greek alphabet
  • Prime numbers

Useful Tools

  • Algebra
    • Point 2 solver (finds polar coordinate, midpoint, x-intercept, y-intercept, distance, slope, equation of the line passing through the points)
    • Line 2 solver (finds slope of each lines, point of intersection, acute angle)
    • Quadratic solver (find discriminant, all real and imaginary roots)
    • Remainder finder
    • Log solver
    • Exponential solver
    • Complex solver
  • Geometry
    • Triangle solver
    • Circle solver
    • Sagitta solver
  • Trigonometry
    • Angle converter (degrees, radians)
    • Function solver
    • Inverse solver
    • Reference angle solver
  • Statistics
    • Z solver
  • Physics
    • Unit converter (computer, angle, length, area, volume, mass, force, speed, energy, power, pressure, temperature, time, magnetic)
    • Projectile motion solver 

Each property or equation is accompanied by a short description and space for you to type your own notes.  

Specific notes or personal favorites can be shared via e-mail or printer. 


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Instructional Ideas

Have students create their own "cheat sheet" as a review of important material, whether or not they get to use it for an exam. Use the print or share options to compare with a partner. 

This app would make a good reference tool in the classroom, or for an advanced math student. 


Classroom Considerations

Consider dedicating one device in your classroom to reference tools such as these.