Google announced last August, the release of new updates to its popular app Google Lens. Helping kids with lessons and homework, Google are always thinking on new products and features to help with staying in touch with teachers, and safeguarding kids when they’re online.
"While all the changes seem useful, the one that really stands out from the crowd is the update to Google Lens. It was already a useful tool, but Google is adding a new feature that will allow it to help with solving difficult math and science questions."
With this new homework feature, not only does it function as a cool way to find information, but it could be a game-changer for kids who struggle with difficult math problems.
Now, new updates to its popular app Google Lens. Students will now be able to use the app's homework help to get assistance with math and science. The way the new feature works is simple and easy.
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- New features:
Google Lens homework help is here and it's a game-changer when students want to solve math and science problems.
- How to help kids with homework and learning from home:
It's not just a tool that provides students with the answer, either (though it does give you the answer in the end). Instead, Google Lens and Socratic will provide step-by-step instructions to solve the problem.
It'll also show helpful explainers that will help the student actually learn to solve the math or science equation. After all, the point isn't just to find out the answer, but to understand how to reach it yourself.
The feature is incredibly easy to use. To start with, students need to tap the graduation cap within Google Lens. From there, it'll prompt you to take a photo of the problem they need help with. Google Lens will highlight all of the equations or questions it sees, and they tap the one you're stuck on. Next, they will have the option to copy the text, send it to their computer via Chrome, or edit the math equation.
Students can use this to learn how to solve the problem and ultimately find the answer to the question. This same method applies to both math and science questions, though the type of results will vary.
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