Aside from Google, Bing, Ecosia, and other search engines. Here we have a list of useful websites that can answer your questions. Know that OpenAI ChatGPT and other generative AI are not in here.
Brainly is certainly a useful website for providing answers to a variety of topics. Mainly caters for students, parents and teachers. Their categories include Mathematics, History, English, Biology, Chemistry and more. You can sign-up with your Google, Apple, Facebook or with an email.
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It has a free or basic plan, but their paid subscription does provide more features.
Once you have an account, you can ask a question regarding your assignment.
CyMath is a math solver that gives the answer as well as the step-by-step solution. The interface takes you straight to a form where you could solve for mathematical problems. From solving for X, to graphing equations.
There are various topics to choose from, and we encourage you to try it out.
If you don’t want to see any ads, you can subscribe to Cymath Plus.
Another Math problem solver is Mathway, which also allows you to ask mathematical questions. It has a wide range of categories.
Here are some examples of Mathway in action.
#04: Wolfram Alpha
Last but not the least is Wolfram Alpha. It is an answer engine and it answers factual queries by computing answers from externally sourced data. It’s data comes from academic and commercial websites.
Wolfram Alpha not only solves mathematical equations but it also has access to data that can provide more detailed information. An example would be to know what is the electricity generated by Wind power in the United States.
Or knowing where the current position of the International Space Station is.