Aplusix Neo comes from the Aplusix Windows software application which is used regularly by middle and high schools.

It renews its fundamental functions:

- continuously checking calculations,
- detecting the completion of exercises,
- a command to do numerical calculations.

The student can create as many calculation steps as they wish.

Aplusix Neo tells if the expression of each step is well formed and is equivalent to the previous one.

Aplusix Neo also indicates when the exercise is correctly solved.

Aplusix Neo is coded in JavaScript. It is compatible with all the tablets, smartphones or computers.

It allows practicing calculations and algebra in a pleasant way everywhere: at the middle school, at the high school, at home, in transports.

Its predecessor, Windows software, is very appreciated:

I like this program because it helped me a lot in Mathematics and it gave me more confidence to do difficult exercises.

Numerical calculations are done by the device.

Just put the cursor in a numerical operation and click on the "calculation" button so that the calculation is done by the computer, tablet or smartphone.
Thus the student can focus on the higher level operations.
There is an exception: exercises of the "Calculate" type, the button is not available so that calculations are made by the student.

Aplusix Neo groups various and fundamental exercises for algebra.

A wide range of exercise is proposed by Aplusix Neo: numerical calculations, factoring, expanding and simplifying, solving equations, inequalities and linear systems of equations.

The base of exercises is regularly updated with resources produced by the authors of the application and by middle and high school teachers.

Scientific experiments, led by math education researchers and psychologists in different countries proved that students who used Aplusix Windows actually improved their skills.

Teachers enjoy it and students too:

It helped me a lot to improve my calculations. My speed has also increased, it is just fantastic!

Aplusix Neo is partly funded by the MCSquared european project. This project focus is on social creativity in the design of digital media intended to enhance creativity in mathematical thinking (CMT).