Immersing students in STEM with EquatIO’s STEM tools.
Reading and understanding the periodic table is an important skill in the science classroom. The Periodic table in EquatIO allows students to explore the full periodic table, find out more information on each element, such as elements are metals, non-metals, or which groups contain alkali metals, transition metals, halogens and noble gas. Students can also easily insert the elements they need directly into their work using the Equation Editor.
The Molecular viewer is designed to help students of all ages engage with 3D images of proteins and other chemistry structures up close. There’s lots of different views of each structure such as ball and stick, a simple stick view, sphere, and more to help students understand the make up of chemical structures.
The Desmos scientific calculator is built into EquatIO, allowing students to access it at the touch of a button. As well as basic functions and a standard numeric keypad and operator signs, the Desmos scientific calculator allows students to explore trigonometry, roots, functions, exponents, and more.
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