Hello everyone!

For those, quadriplegics, who find writing too time consuming and messy, AND who are pursuing higher education, how is math done?

Going to take the GRE? Need practice? Taking a math course?

What I found out this far:

So far, I was introduced to Dragon and the Microsoft Word math equation insertions. Also, the shape insertions (cylinders, cubes, etc.). But how are you supposed to do math if entering numbers has to be done in particular spots, (in division for example)?

This is the second software, or sets of softwares (have not purchased/tried):

http://www.mathmagic.com/

It is assumed a calculator will be used, but again, what if "solving by hand" is necessary for the GRE/preparing for it, but the writing isn't legible/takes too long?

If anyone has tried those softwares, or knows other ways of doing math calculator free, do share, please.Halarious smilies!

For those, quadriplegics, who find writing too time consuming and messy, AND who are pursuing higher education, how is math done?

Going to take the GRE? Need practice? Taking a math course?

What I found out this far:

So far, I was introduced to Dragon and the Microsoft Word math equation insertions. Also, the shape insertions (cylinders, cubes, etc.). But how are you supposed to do math if entering numbers has to be done in particular spots, (in division for example)?

This is the second software, or sets of softwares (have not purchased/tried):

http://www.mathmagic.com/

It is assumed a calculator will be used, but again, what if "solving by hand" is necessary for the GRE/preparing for it, but the writing isn't legible/takes too long?

If anyone has tried those softwares, or knows other ways of doing math calculator free, do share, please.Halarious smilies!

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