Ink math assistant in OneNote is a sort of digital coach that helps students solving their handwritten math problems. Launched by Microsoft in August 2016, this intelligent assistant allows students to directly convert an equation or a problem from screen to text, giving him step-by-step tips to solve it.

And now – from March 2017 – OneNote for Windows 10 has an important update: when the student handwrites a math equation, the Ink math assistant draws an interactive graph on the screen, in order to help the student visualize those difficult math concepts in a more complete way.

Here’s a short demonstration of how Ink math assistant for OneNote works:

To discover more about this tool, visit the official Office blog.

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