Einstein’s notebook:

President Lincoln’s math notebook:

Although notebooks did work well for some of the greatest, it’s time for a change!

Symbolab makes it easy, with My Notebook you can save any problem or example, add your private notes, rank and share. You can access any subject instantly, no need to flip through your notes, the solution steps are a click away.

At the bottom of the solution steps there’s a Save button, just like this:

Click the Save button opens a notepad, you can type your notes (you don’t have to), click Save to save the problem to your notebook.

Voila, this is your notebook with your private problems and notes. You can edit the notes, share with friends, and rank the difficulty level. Most important you can get the solution steps. It’s that easy!

Start your practice zone now, Click here to register.

Cheers,

Michal

gracias totales

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