The Google Search app now helps you learn science and math

The Google Search app has evolved over the years to become more than just a tool that can get instant information and relevant links. Today’s app is a powerful tool for collecting information on a wide range of topics, including a wide variety of scholars, the most important thing during the ongoing epidemic.

As distance learning continues to be a major trend for many around the world, Google has identified various ways in which the Google Search platform can be used to assist with learning. Here are some tips shared by Google.

STEM concepts

Using Google Search users can look for scientific and mathematical concepts, such as “chemical bonds”. Easy access to all educational views, examples and useful videos is also accessible through Search.

Get acquainted (gain, obtain) with present-day problems

You can search for practicing problems in almost every scientific and mathematical concept by simply searching. Google Search allows users to find practice problems in various math, physics and chemistry topics by simply searching for the topic you are looking for followed by ”˜practice problems”™. For example, you can search for “problems with chemical binding”.

The most popular 3D types of taxpayers we see

Science is better understood by live examples. That’s what your physics and chemistry labs are made for. Google Search lets you turn your room into a science lab. The app allows you to live more than 200 concepts of chemistry, biology, physics and more using your phone’s AR skills.

Google STEM learning
Google STEM learning,

The Google Search app now lets you solve complex chemical imbalances and view 3D AR drawings from the app. (Photo Source: Google)

Mathematical problems

The Google Search app lets you type and search for complex solutions. The user can search for statistics such as “x ^ 2-3x-4 = 0” and find quick solutions. Users can take a picture of the Lens-written equation in the Google app to find solutions.

Complex questions

Complex chemical estimates can also be solved by searching the Google Search app. STEM questions such as “0.50 moles of NaCl spill in 2.5 L of water, what is the size?” can be solved by application.


I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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