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The debate of whether or not students should be allowed to use tech gadgets such as scientific calculators, programmable graph plotters and equation solvers is getting old now. In the modern world, thanks to the invention of computer, technology has taken a massive leap. Problems that previously took days to solve are now being solved in the blink of an eye. But still some academic pundits have certain reservations about giving strong mathematical tools such as scientific calculators and software programs in the hands of immature students. Students, inherently, go for the easiest way out while solving Mathematical conundrums.

In the present age, due to the excessive use of technology
in schools to solve Mathematics, there is only a bunch of students left who
actually understand the underlying principles of Mathematics. Mathematics,
unlike **essay** **writing**, is not the strong suit of many students. But when it comes
to mathematics, most of the students just whip out their techy gadgets and
solve the questions. Nowadays, software tools like MATLAB, Mathematica etc.
solve almost everything from simple equations to complex problems. If the
current trends continue, then in a few more decades, we will have a whole
generation that will have no fundamental knowledge of Mathematics. So, at least
at the elementary level the use of such tools must be discouraged. Excess of
anything is bad.

On the other hand, integrating technology with **Mathematics homework** can be a blessing
as well. It is all about striking a balance between technology and pure
understanding of mathematical concepts. For instance, 3 dimensional figures are
nigh impossible to understand without using tools like MATLAB to plot them. If
the students already have a strong understanding of the fundamentals of
Mathematics then they can go for mathematical tools to help them save their
time and check their solutions. They can also create dedicated software
programs to solve a unique set of problems e.g. a linear equation solver or a
quadratic equation solver. The Internet is also a wide sea of knowledge that
can be tapped into to understand Mathematics in a better way. Visual solutions
to complex problems are hosted by many websites that help understand mathematical
problems in a better way. Moreover, large chunks of numerical data can now
easily be analyzed using spreadsheets in software
programs like Microsoft Excel. Responsible application of modern technology in
Mathematics classrooms has the potential to further revolutionize the way we
think about Mathematics. We live in a world in which the only limit is our own
imagination.

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